Federal Aviation Administration

FAA Applications Filed For Two Towers At 1 Southside Park In Brickell, Miami

Applications have been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) seeking approvals for the construction of two towers at 1 Southside Park in Brickell, Miami. The buildings would rise 754-feet, or 766-feet above sea level, and 708-feet, or 720-feet above sea level, and would be located mainly along Southwest 2nd Avenue between Southwest 11th and 12th Streets near the western-most perimeters of the Brickell neighborhood. The project is being developed by New York City’s JDS Development Group and is designed by SHoP Architects, the duo behind Brooklyn’s first supertall – the 1,066-foot-tall The Brooklyn Tower, and the world’s most slender supertall skyscraper, the 1,428-foot-tall 111 West 57th Street. 1 Southside Park is projected to yield nearly 1,200 residential units, approximately 200,000 square feet of Class-A office space, 23,312 square feet of restaurant space, 1,417 square feet for a fast-food restaurant, a 189-room Treehouse Hotel operated by SH Hotels & Resorts, a 32,000-square-foot fire house and 1,000 parking spaces. 

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Applications Filed For Two 331-Foot-Tall Buildings At 203 S. Tamarind Avenue In West Palm Beach

Applications have been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for two 331-foot-tall buildings located at 203 South Tamarind Avenue and 150 Clearwater Drive in West Palm Beach. The filings are in relation to a 10-acre transit-oriented development known as Transit Village, which is being led by principal Michael Masonoff and developed in a joint partnership with Globe Invest Limited, the Related Group and BH Group. Approved plans for Transit Village include the development of up to 1.5 million square feet including 308,000 square feet of Class-A office space, a 300-key hotel, 24,000 square feet of retail space, 408 residential units, 12 live-work townhouses and 3,500 square feet of civic/community space. Dallas-based The Beck Group is the architect behind the most recent renderings of the project, which is expected to cost in the range of $500 million to build. The project would rise on city- and county-owned land surrounding the Tri-Rail and Amtrak West Palm Beach transit station.

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FAA Approves Ytech’s 1,049-Foot Supertall Skyscraper Proposed For 1428 Brickell Avenue

The Federal Aviation Administration has approved a 1,049-foot supertall skyscraper proposed for 1428 Brickell Avenue in Brickell, Miami. Approved as of January 14, 2022, the developer behind the application is Miami-based real estate developer Ytech who was represented by Benjamin Doyle of Capitol Airspace Group. The property is elevated 9-feet above sea level, which would give rise to a 1,040-foot-tall structure, for a maximum cumulative height of 1,049-feet. The interior lot occupies approximately 20% of the city block, spanning 49,983 square feet with frontage along Brickell Avenue. The city block is bound by Southwest 14th Street on the north, Southeast 15th Street on the south and South Miami Avenue on the west.

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Applications Filed With The FAA For A 649-Foot-Tall Building In Edgewater, Miami

Applications have been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the construction of a 649-foot-tall building at 640 Northeast 34th Street in the Beverly Point sub-division of Edgewater, Miami. Located at the very end of the street, the interior lot fronts Biscayne Bay and bound by Hamilton On The Bay to the North and Bay Park Towers Condominiums to the South. The two coordinates listed in the applications correspond to a development site currently owned by Denver-based real estate developer Aimco, who also owns Hamilton On The Bay. In their Fall 2021 Investor Presentation, the developer told investors that they completed the purchase of additional properties beside their Hamilton on the Bay apartment tower, which combined will allow for 1.1 million square feet of new construction.

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One Flagler. Designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

Related Companies Submits Application To FAA For 456-Foot-Tall Structure In West Palm Beach

The Federal Aviation Administration has received an application requesting approvals for the construction of a 456-foot-tall structure in Downtown West Palm Beach. The addresses included in the application are 809 South Flagler Drive, 838-844 Chase Avenue and 134-142 Lakeview Avenue. The aforementioned properties are all owned by New York City-based Related Companies, one of the developers behind Hudson Yards, who just recently closed on the 2.5-acre development site for a cool $20.1 million last month. 

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