Yep, that's close!
Fortunately it is only 1.5 metres diameter.
The one to be worried about is Asteroid 99942 Apophis (2004 MN4).
Although at a slightly more comfortable distance of 30,000k from Earth (inside the orbit of Geosynchronous satellites), it is 300 metres in diameter!
It is due on Friday 13th April (yep, Friday the 13th) 2029.
It will appear at mag 3.3 and will be visible for just over an hour as it passes by, visible towards the Constellation of Cancer which will be low in our North sky.
This pass will be safe at 30,000 k (as long as it doesn't hit any satellites), but the near miss will dramatically change the orbit of the asteroid that it may actually hit the Earth as it comes back on 13th April 2036 (no, not a Friday
It is estimated that if impact is made that the resultant energy release would be 15 times greater than the largest nuclear weapon ever detonated.
Chances of collision are very low.