The Crosby – a tower planned to be built at Miami Worldcenter, has been submitted for height approval to the Federal Aviation Administration.
According to a January 12 filing with the agency, the tower is planned to rise to a height of 377 feet above ground, or 390 feet above sea level.
The Crosby is planned to include 450 condo units and 3,370 square feet of retail, in a 33-story tower, according to a July 2022 construction permit filing.
No parking garage is planned.
Beauchamp Construction is listed as the general contractor on the construction permit filing.
DT G Block LLC, a partnership between Related Group and Merrimac Ventures, is the developing entity.
Photos by Ryan RC Rea showing recent activity at the site.
The Crosby site in July 2022, with Natiivo under construction in the distance: