Two More 500+ Foot Towers: E11EVEN Residences Beyond, Lofty Brickell Submitted To FAA

Two new Miami towers were just submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration for height approval, with both rising above the 500-foot mark.

According to a June 29 submittal, the 65-story E11EVEN Residences Beyond in Park West is planned to rise to a height of 699 feet above ground, or 709 feet above sea level.

A demolition permit at the site is nearly approved, city records show, with BG Group the demolition contractor.

A separate tower called the E11EVEN Hotel and Residences was approved by the FAA last September on the same block, at a height of 698 feet above ground, or 709 feet above sea level. Construction is already underway on that tower.

E11EVEN Residences Beyond is planned to have 461 residences.

Also on June 29, plans were submitted to the FAA for Lofty Brickell.

Lofty Brickell is planned to top off at a height of 574 feet above ground, or 579 feet above sea level, the filing states.

Demolition is already underway at the Lofty site.

Lofty Brickell is planned to rise 44 stories and include 364 units.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami Worldcenter is finally shaping up. I can’t wait for restaurants and stores to open up❤️

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why?! We have a ton of restaurants and stores!

downtown.resident
1 month ago

I great to see that area transform from a wasteland of parking lots to a vivant live, work play area in the heart of downtown in the pulse of the city. It will be great for Miami and tourism. Do you even have to ask? Some of us who live near by would prefer to shop go out to eat in Park West rather than in Brickell. Hello McFly!

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

We need more FAA submissions, keep them coming.

Elpit Onaso
1 month ago

I got one for this dick. But the FAA reject it for being longer than 1049ft

Anonymous
1 month ago

This will pair great with MWC.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami Soaring.

Calivalle
1 month ago

Love them 11$ It would really spruce up the views on this area…💎💎💎

Isabel Leon
1 month ago

Progress at whatever cost is not real progress…animals are being displaced and nobody cares… Miami should protect their habitat instead of having them desperately come into our yards looking for refuge for their babies…where is the humane in this powerful transition?

Missed Opportunity Identifier
1 month ago

Missed opportunity to stay on theme and make the towers 11 feet tall.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wasn’t this supposed to happen years ago? Just like the Flagler street beautification project which has gone years behind schedule and way over budget

Anonymous
1 month ago

No? It was only released less than a year ago..

Mike
1 month ago

Need to find a way to get rid of the uhaul operation and equinox data center. Someone please pay them enough to move.

Sally-Ann Wiltshire
1 month ago

Equinix is the company. Equinox is the chain of gyms.

Anon
1 month ago

The data center will never move. It’s one of the most important pieces of internet infrastructure in the world. It connects north and South America with Europe and beyond. Sorry, you can’t just pay them to move somewhere else.

Mike
1 month ago

Is it not just cables and servers?? Of course it can move. My not be easy or cheap, but everything has a price. Maybe the land is not yet at that price premium yet, but surely it will be in time. I’m just impatient.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

mike really double down on his stance, guy stuff could be built around it. You don’t comprehend the importance of that building.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The cables beneath the center connect directly to the sub-sea cables that provide internet between the Americas. It is utilized by both the private sector as well as the Federal Gov. You are talking about an enormous infrastructure project totaling in the billions, disrupting internet for millions (including the government) because you consider the building an eyesore.

It’s not moving.

Pi Space
1 month ago

Can they build on top of it?

Spell it Right
1 month ago

Might

Anonymous
1 month ago

^You’re more than just impatient with this idea. Try crazy, unrealistic, and impractical.

Anonymous
1 month ago

If it makes anyone feel better, Google owns a much larger data center in a very swanky part of Chelsea in Manhattan. Infrastructure can’t be taken for granted.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well, they can build cable extensions elsewhere, switch over, and sell the land at a premium.

Anonymous
1 month ago

…what….? Possibly the dumbest comment I’ve seen on this site.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

that data center is more important than bayside

Anonymous
1 month ago

The data center is actually *extremely* important and is in a way the most “worldcenter” thing in Worldcenter.

Pi Space
1 month ago

It’s what makes the World Center a World center…

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s not lol

Lenny
1 month ago

It’s called a Network Access Point.
One of only 6 such NAPs in the USA.

The transcontinental submarine cables go all the way to Africa and to South America.

Yes, it’s a big deal.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly. No you can’t just “switch it”. It stays.