SLS Brickell could top off slightly later than estimated, according to a new filing, but representatives of the developer were unsure of an exact date.
The developer, an entity of Related Group, sent notice to the FAA last month that vertical construction would be completed by October 1, 2015, a few weeks after federal approval was set to expire.
In 2014, the FAA approved a tower for the site that is 599-feet above ground. That approval would have expired on September 14, 2015.
SLS Brickell will include 450 residential condo units and 133 hotel rooms. The project is sold out.
Zakarin Martinez, a PR firm that works for Related, was unable to provide a date that the tower is expected to top-off by.
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