Another New Tower Revealed: 600 Miami Worldcenter Begins Marketing

Details have just been revealed on yet another tower at Miami Worldcenter.

The project will be known as 600 Miami Worldcenter, according to an email sent to brokers.

Units will be priced from the $400,000 range, with no rental restrictions and fully furnished units, the email says.

Aria Development Group and Merrimac Ventures are listed as the developers, with OneWorld Properties overseeing sales.

A website that does not appear to be affiliated with the developers listed the project as being 32 stories with 579 units. Revuelta is named by the site as the architect.

 

 

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Magazinee
1 month ago

The overabundance of the condo hotel with no rental restrictions will destroy this area. Compounds housing affordability issues as it does not bring new housing supply onto the market while taking away possibilities in land-finite area. The coming oversupply of this type of product will push down rates, lowering the quality of crowd we attract. I love the direction Miami is headed, but this is the most overlooked aspect in our urban planning at the moment.

The air bnb model destroyed places like Opera in Edgewater, Mondrian in South Beach, etc. This is making entire neighborhoods using that model.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I couldn’t agree more. It’s also hurting the long term viability of small businesses in the area that depend on year round residents

Anonymous
1 month ago

You can’t build s real community feeling like this.

anan
1 month ago

Direct cheap flights from atlanta and baltimore will help the situation.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Opera already went to the dogs when the market crashed in 2008. Short-term rental and Airbnb were insult to injury. Still, it has fared better than Vizcayne or Ten Museum Park.

Anonynmous
1 month ago

What happened with Ten Museum Park?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Worldcenter is growing but we want more glass high rises and by we, I mean me🥰

Se me paro'
1 month ago

And distinctive architecture.

Mypony
1 month ago

At least you’re not asking for more fillers like those bozos who think everything that’s not within 100 yards from the water should be absolute garbage.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Two years ago, the four block area bounded by 5th street, Miami Avenue, Ne 2nd avenue, and 7th Street had no residents. There are now at least 12 planned or existing towers .
This area will have one of the highest densities in the US in the next 5 years.
The density will be in excess of 100,000 dwellings per square mile. Manhattan has a population of about 1.7 million people in an area of 22 square miles.

Anon
1 month ago

World center needs office space

Anonymous
1 month ago

And a Whole Foods, a Trader Joe’s, an Equinox, a Starbucks Reserve and Eataly!

Jared
1 month ago

Don’t see any chances of a WholeFoods happening as there is one literally 5-10 minutes driving or a good 20 minute walk away down by the Aston Martin Building. Publix is more foreseeable certainly, as the next closest is in EdgeWater or Brickell.

anon
1 month ago

It’s not even a 20 minute walk from worldcenter, more like 10

Anonymous
1 month ago

There is a Publix right there already. Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s are needed as each building brings about 1,000 people and they can’t walk to the other one downtown or the Trader Joe’s in Midtown.

As good as it gets
1 month ago

Lidl would be nice

Hella
1 month ago

The is a Publix two blocks from the western edge of MWC, it is a small store thou. There are plans for a grocery store in the block next to the train station but nothing has been started there.

anon
1 month ago

Barry’s Bootcamp and Starbucks would be great

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not just a Starbucks, this location deserves a Starbucks reserve!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami Worldcenter also announced new tenants as one being Rayban and another being Savage X Fenty by Rihanna!!😱😱😱

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol

MMN
1 month ago

The Sephora opens Nov 7th btw!

anon
1 month ago

I really like the retail and restaurants announced so far. When all is said and done this will be a highly active place of activity.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That should be taller and more iconic! What’s up with these average looking basic buildings?

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s a filler and it’s right next to Okan tower, which is iconic.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Should have been what Downtown 5th looked like instead of hideous 90-degree edged barcode boxes.

Anonynmous
1 month ago

Its Melo…..

Anonymous
1 month ago

“No rental restrictions and fully furnished units”. These building are just hotels.

anon
1 month ago

Nice. Looks like a clean glassy residential building. This and the Crosby provide high quality infill next to OKAN

Anonymous
1 month ago

Crosby is shite.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I think it’s nice. It has a high glass ratio and I’m looking forward to more ground level retail. Also, it’s modest height allows Okan to stand out. I think it’s a well considered building.

Anonymous
1 month ago

A new tower, and it already looks dated. Bring something fresh. Please, learn from projects Hudson Yards.
Edgewater has been a disappointment and World Center is moving in the ame direction. Just my opinion.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I agree, but considering this is more of less on the periphery and tight spot, is acceptable. The Crosby and CitizenM on the other hand, being more internal to the development… Total disappointments!

Anonymous
1 month ago

The Crosby and CitizenM are actually decent looking towers.

anon
1 month ago

I think Citizen M looks awesome.

Anonymous
1 month ago

so much development on 1st ave , caoba , nativo , world miami tower , paramount , legacy and the jewel box. melo’s downtown 6th and these 2 towers should make this ave the busiest in downtown miami

anonymous
1 month ago

World Center is growing!! Lulu Lemon, Rayban, and Savage X Fenty all coming to the world center…

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Glad the part near the train tracks are getting filled in.

Frank
1 month ago

So many urban planners with degrees on here who think they know what’s right for the area. Smh!
The area in 3 years will be dense.
This project looks identical to The Crosby.
Crazy to think Crosby was selling 2b 2b for $630k earlier this year and this project starts at $780k for 2b2b.

Long John Silver
1 month ago

Meh.

anon
1 month ago

Do people actually LIVE in any of these buildings? Paramount? Coaba? Bezel? Are they all airbnb’s or are there any condos / long terms renters at all?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I live at Paramount as many others do. Same for Caoba and Bezel and Downtown 5th.

anon
1 month ago

Most of Paramount tenants are annual tenants.. Same with Caoba

Hella
1 month ago

I live in Paramount, 3 years now and this place it’s a joke, I don’t expect anything less from the rest of MWC. They will sell you dreams in the sky and deliver NOTHING….Everything is a blame game and nothing gets done, everyone sucking the money out of the building and this place barely functions. This is a very expensive smokes and mirror experience.

June
1 month ago

Apparently the developer of Paramount, who bought many units, only allows his units to be rented out on a short-term basis.

Anonymous
1 month ago

wow wtf….

Marina
1 month ago

Intersting enough, it is in the building bylaws that residents can’t rent short term….meanwhile the developer does it.

Tim
1 month ago

Very shady

Anonymous
1 month ago

This building is typically what morons here think is beautiful. Another building ringed by the same looking swirly balcony design. Christ!

Downtown Vagabond
1 month ago

The lack of restrictions on Airbnb is a huge issue for the area. It’s going to drive up prices artificially and bring riff raff to world center.

Pi Space
29 days ago

This is way uglier than Crosby and has very poor floor plan layouts.

ChatSmaosa
23 days ago

Hi Y’all : most comments here focus on short term rentals. Does anyone know if there is a decent demand for long term (minimum 1 year) rental if one invests in a 1BR or Studio ? Or is it all vacation / beach season renters like for airbnb?

Anonymous
1 month ago

^tired cliche alert