FAA Approves Brickell Tower To Be Built 765 Feet Above Ground

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The Federal Aviation Administration has approved construction of the Summit At Brickell tower after a relatively short review process.

The project height was filed with the FAA on April 5, with an approval letter issued this morning.

Summit At Brickell is planned to rise 765 feet above ground, or 769 feet above sea level at its highest point, according to the approval letter.

The 60-story tower is currently in review by Miami-Dade County planners. It is bypassing city review under the county’s Rapid Transit zoning plan. There does not yet appear to be a construction permit filing submitted to the county.

Summit is planned to include 500 apartments and 480 parking spaces.

Lore Development Group is the developer. Brazilian billionaire Daniel Dantas’ Opportunity is partnering with Leste Group to form Lore.

Corwil is the architect.

Source: The Next Miami