Resorts World Miami is planning three new towers in the 60-story range, according to a filing with the Federal Aviation Administration on February 11.
The new towers would be built at the waterfront 1 Herald Plaza property that was formerly owned by the Miami Herald.
The three towers would range between 642 and 645 feet above ground. All would top out at 649 feet above sea level, the filing states.
This isn’t the first time that Resorts World submitted plans to the FAA for the property.
In 2017, the company filed plans for three towers on the same property, at heights identical to the current application. The 2017 approval expired in August 2020, however.
Resorts World has also filed plans to build a 580-foot tower at the Omni bus terminal.
At the Herald property, the company is also planning a baywalk and marina.
Baywalk planned at 1 Herald Plaza: