Long feared as a potential spoiler, the Federal Aviation Administration is pushing back against four developers’ high-flying dreams for Miami’s skyrises, telling them their planned towers are too tall and would endanger aviation safety.

Developers dreamed of 1,000-plus-foot towers in a wide swath of downtown Miami and the Brickell financial district, but federal regulators are shooting for less than half that.

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