Despite Letters, FAA Not Necessarily Interested In Reducing Height Of Miami High-Rises

Jan 19, 2015 No Comments by

Pay no attention to the recent report that several downtown Miami developers received ‘bad news’ from the FAA.

It was reported in several media outlets last week that four downtown towers could be chopped by up to half or more from their proposed heights.

In reality, the letters issued by the FAA aren’t at all out of the ordinary, and are typical of the approval process. Every single recent downtown Miami tower above a certain height that was approved by the FAA has had the same notice issued. It certainly is possible that Swire’s One Brickell City Centre or others could be reduced in height, but implying that the FAA letters are unusual is wrong.

A decision by the FAA on these towers is expected soon.

 

Source:  The Next Miami

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