This Presentation Explains Exactly Where And How You Can Build Your 1,049-Foot Tower In Miami

If you’re looking to build a 1,000-foot tower in Miami but confused by height restriction rules, this presentation might be for you.

It explains how two separate agencies oversee those restrictions, and how each has its own rules and approval process (although they do generally align).

The tallest that you can build under Miami-Dade Aviation rules is 1,049 feet above sea level, but that must be in a specific zone, mostly in downtown Miami and Brickell.

Here is the presentation in full, prepared by Miami-Dade Aviation officials for the city of Miami, and dated November 2017: