Caoba Miami Worldcenter Launches Website With New Renderings

Miami Worldcenter’s Caoba tower has a new website as the project nears completion.

The project includes 444 units in a 43-story, 445-foot apartment tower. At the top is a rooftop crown to conceal mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment.

There’s also a 10-story podium with 888 parking spaces, designed to accommodate a future 40-story tower planned as a second phase.

In front of the building will be the Seventh Street Promenade, which will include an open-air retail and dining concept.

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Exciting to see the gravity of worldcenter lifting overtown and surrounding areas!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Good things are happening in Overtown.. new projects coming soon.

Anonymous
3 years ago

To bad it’s only happening to the area closest to downtown… nothing good happening to the worst areas in Overtown

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not true. There’s plenty going on in Overtown, past, present, and future. Have you been there? There’s the recent renovation of Overtown’s “main street” at NW 3rd Ave & NW 11th St and renovation of the Lyric Theater. Around that area you have The Beacon which launched in late 2011 and a lot of new buildings which came up in the past few years or are still under construction such as The Plaza at the Lyric, St. John’s Community Apartments, Island Living, the renovation of Gibson Park and recently the elementary school next to it, opening of Top Value Supermarket, The new “Lotus House” building across from it, Courtside Apartments, the addition to fences and landscaping to St. Agnes making into a “gated community” with large homes. Also there are plans to renew the DA Dorsey Library eventually.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well said.

Anonymous
3 years ago

This looks more luxury than Paraiso 🙂

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yeah ok.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The parking pedestal, which sorry to say is necessary for the price, looks quite nice when considering how many are covered with stuff making them even uglier, and it faces the tracks instead of the street. Good urbanism!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Even with all the construction going on downtown, it’s amazing how much buildable space there still is.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So whens the second tower starting construction.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It may not be too long. They’re probably going to wait and see how all these other apartment developments under construction like Arts Plaza, Miami Central Apartments, and X Miami do first.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So the residents of the first tower will be stuck hearing noise and having their pool area will be closed due to construction debris.

Anonymous
3 years ago

lol that’s what I was thinking

Anonymous
3 years ago

What will happen with the retail space while MWC is being built out? Is the Seventh Street Promenade being built now or with the second tower? The MWC project screams “Midtown” all over again.

Anonymous
3 years ago

i just dont understand this painting of grey….the brutal sun fades this and in a year the building takes on an aged look…white is fine…maybe an accent of a color that includes less pigmentation….plus the gray doesnt really pop at all……just an observation….

Anonymous
3 years ago

With the constant pounding that the buildings in Miami take from the wind, rain, and sun, quick fading is going to take place no matter what color you paint them.

Anonymous
3 years ago

MWC has too much parking. Not conducive to a successful urban neighborhood.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Waaaahhhhh!!!.. too much parkingggg….

Anonymous
3 years ago

Move to Orlando.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Actually I wasn’t complaining about the parking, I was mimicking the cry baby attitude of the poster who said “MWC has too much parking. Not conducive to a successful urban neighborhood.”

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hands off my parking space.

Anonymous
3 years ago

1 space per unit more or less on these apartments…that’s not that high

Anonymous
3 years ago

#FakeNews