A proposal has been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration for a Brickell tower at a potential supertall height.
According to the August 25 filing with the agency, a tower is proposed to rise at 1,044 feet above ground, or 1,049 feet above sea level.
The location of the newly filed FAA proposal is at 1210 Brickell Avenue, where the 76-story Ora by Casa Tua condo tower is planned.
In May, plans for Ora by Casa Tua were submitted to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board, showing a height of 930 feet above ground (it’s not clear why there is a discrepancy in the proposed height).
The board voted 5-0 at the May meeting to recommend approval of the project.
It doesn’t appear that there are any demolition or construction permits in pending with Miami’s Building Department yet for the site.