Developers Get FAA Building And Tower Crane Permits For 30-Story Residential Tower At Solé Mia In North Miami

Rendering of Solé Mia. Credit: Turnberry, Lefrak.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued building and tower crane permits for work on 2400 Laguna Circle, a 320-story luxury residential building located within the multi-billion dollar, 184-acre master-planned community of SoLé Mia in the heart of North Miami. The building is being developed by Turnberry Associates (Turnberry) in partnership with the Lefrak Organization (Lefrak).

The FAA approved this set of permits on January 9, 2023, allowing Turnberry and Lefrak to construct a 336-foot-tall structure, or 356 feet above mean sea level. Two tower cranes will rise 445 feet, or 465 feet above mean sea level. The aeronautical studies revealed that the 32-story structure or either of the cranes does not exceed obstruction standards and would not be a hazard to air navigation. The general footprint of the tower is shown below via the coordinates listed in the approved FAA permits. The structure will be built south of the Shoreline Apartments at Solé Mia, and northeast of the lagoon.

The approved building permits are aligned according to the coordinates provided. Created by Oscar Nunez. Photo from Google Earth.

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1 Comment on "Developers Get FAA Building And Tower Crane Permits For 30-Story Residential Tower At Solé Mia In North Miami"

  1. Such a wonderful upcoming city! SoLé Mia is the ultimate lifestyle-driven tropical community! Working on the development everyday is a breath of fresh air. I love the organic nature and how calming the open green space makes me feel. And I’m still in the city. This is a secret garden gem!
    Let me know if you have questions! I’m sure I have some answers!

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