Another tower at Miami Worldcenter may be about to break ground.
Luma Miami Worldcenter is proposed to include 429 rental apartments in a 44-story tower at 150 Northeast 7 Street.
City records show that a phased construction permit to begin building is now actively being worked through the review process by developer Zom.
Last month, the developer submitted the project for FAA review again at 494 feet above ground, after an earlier approval expired.
Zom recently completed the 43-story Muze at Met Square, and is said to be paying $19 million for the Luma site.
The Seventh Street Promenade, of which a portion is already open, will front the building. The Freedom Tower Metromover station will also be rebuilt as part of the deal.