The Federal Aviation Administration has officially granted height approval for the Miami World Tower, a 53-story residential skyscraper at Nitin Motwani and Arthur Falcone’s Miami Worldcenter mixed-use mega development. Located at 700 Northeast 1st Avenue, the tower is cleared to rise 579-feet above ground, or 590-feet above sea level and deemed to have no substantial adverse effect on the navigable airspace. The project is being developed by Miami World Tower LLC, an affiliate of New York’s Lalezarian Properties, who purchased the site for $43,000,000 in May of 2019.
Falls at Gulfstream has been undergoing construction since the fourth quarter of 2020. The multi-purpose development will be both residential and commercial space. The development’s total cost is an estimated $51 million.
A proposal has been submitted to Miami-Dade County’s Zoning Department for the potential development of Eureka Estates. Approximately located at 18200 Southwest 108th Avenue in the West Perrine neighborhood, the developer seeks to construct a multi-building complex dedicated to workforce housing yielding 57,362 square feet of total residential floor area. Global Property Consultants LLC is listed as the owner of the application.
A multi-purpose, 647,925 square foot complex will be erected in Pompano Beach, FL, 33062. The project is expected to cost an estimated $85 million and host both primarily retail space. Those retail spaces will include…
In recent years, the city of Miami has seen an influx of proposals for supertall skyscrapers; this supertall is defined as a building reaching the height of 300 meters or greater, or a minimum of 984 feet. Various developers have put together elite teams of architects and engineers to bring the phenomenon to South Florida, yet as of today, none have been constructed. Skyscraper construction is no myth in the area as the city’s skyline is densely packed with hundreds of high rises, and perhaps even some that visually appear to come close to 300 meters, but a legitimate supertall has yet to come to fruition. This could be due to various factors, such as funding or engineering obstacles; maybe in the past the demand wasn’t there. But what we do know is that the FAA, the Federal Aviation Administration, has approved a handful of supertall skyscraper proposals. These are the most recently proposed and approved projects.