The second tower at Caoba Miami Worldcenter topped off sometime in the past few months, a new photo by Kevin Amézaga shows.
The newly topped off tower is 40 stories and will have 411 residential units.
Photos taken at the end of May showed that the tower was at level 34 of construction.
Caoba’s first phase was a 43-story tower completed in 2019.
When both towers are open, the two towers will have a combined 855 apartments, along with 888 parking spaces (the garage was completed with the first towers).
The property is reportedly owned by companies linked to Flow founder Adam Neumann.
Photo below taken at the end of May, when the tower was at level 34 of construction. To see the topped off tower, click here: