The mixed-use Miami Station tower that Related Group is building next to Brightline’s MiamiCentral is getting a height increase and joining the 500-foot club, according to a new filing.
A demolition permit is also now pending at the site.
The new height of the tower is proposed at 539 feet above ground, or 546 feet above sea level, according to an application submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration on November 9.
Previously, the tower was planned to top off at 41 stories or 458 feet above ground, according to plans filed with Miami’s Urban Development Review Board in January 2021.
According to the original plans submitted to the Urban Development Review Board, Miami Station was proposed to include:
It isn’t clear exactly where the new space will be allocated, or how many floors it will now have.
Related filed a Notice of Commencement for total demolition on October 20. The filing is typically made when work gets underway.
Unusually, there was no demolition permit yet for the site.
The developer then applied on October 27 for a demolition permit at the site, and submitted demolition plans on November 22. A half-built office building is on the property.
The most recent rendering for Miami Station:
Older renderings from the January UDRB submittal:
To be demolished – former Krystal Tower site: