Resorts World Miami Approved By FAA For Three Towers At Herald Site

The FAA granted approval today to Resorts World Miami for a three-tower project on the site where the Miami Herald building once stood.

According to the proposal, each of the three towers would rise to an identical height of 642 feet above ground, or 649 feet above sea level.

FAA review took about five months. The project has not been reviewed yet by city officials or the Urban Development Review Board.

Resorts World Miami still has a separate application pending with the FAA for a 580-foot tower above the county-owned Omni transit terminal.