The developers of YotelPad have applied to the Federal Aviation Administration for permission to build their hotel and condo project.
According to the application, the 30-story tower will rise 341 feet above ground, or 351 feet above sea level.
A parking garage is not included in the plans.
City records show that a demolition permit to clear the site was applied for last month, as was a permit to install fencing. A construction permit to begin foundation work was applied for in January, but hasn’t yet been approved.
Buyers of the Yotelpad units will be permitted to rent the units on short term rental sites like Airbnb with no restrictions.
Miami’s Aria Development Group and Kuwait’s Aqarat are the developers.