Crane Installed At Caoba Miami Worldcenter’s Second 40-Story Tower

Vertical construction is now underway with a new tower crane at Caoba Miami Worldcenter’s second tower, according to a photo by Kyle Merville.

Caoba Miami Worldcenter’s second 40-story tower will include:

  • 411 apartments
  • 4,103 square feet of ground floor retail
  • No new parking spaces

The new tower will rise 413 feet.

Cohen Freedman Encinosa is the architect, as with the first tower.

A company linked to WeWork founder Adam Neumann is reportedly the developer, and was recently issued a $108 million construction loan to build the new tower.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Amazing they didn’t build both at once

Local MIA guy
1 month ago

Given recent demand, why not go taller/ more units?

Anonymous
1 month ago

They don’t feel like it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m really curious to know why they didn’t built simultaneously

Anonymous
1 month ago

There was not enough demand three years ago. Everything has changed

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s how most twin highrise projects were doing it back then.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Good more density to MWC, hope Okan nearby starts now.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The final buildout of WorldCenter will be insane. We’re talking 14+ towers here.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s in downtown… downtown is destined to have towers on ever block… it’s not like this is being built in homestead

Anonymous
1 month ago

This part of downtown has sat empty for decades. It’s not “destined” for anything unless someone actually does it. Kudos to the developers for taking on this massive undertaking.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The Melo Group…

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

PMG…. Related….etc…..

Antennae
1 month ago

Motwani

pooba
1 month ago

destined to look like shit

joe
1 month ago

In 3 years MWC will be awesome. Huge shortage of housing.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Open up some commercial in the empty storefronts! For starters a Starbucks!!!???

They call me...
1 month ago

This sounds like a job for…..YOU!
Go make it happen tiger!

Anonymous
1 month ago

The first three restaurants will be open by this summer. After the construction of World Square is completed, the next to open will be those spaces.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Theres already a Starbucks like 3 blocks away under Parkline

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

there can never be too many Starbucks

Antennae
1 month ago

I tend to disagree. We should have other coffee brands as well to make it interesting:
Costa Coffee, Tucano Coffee, Peet’s Coffee, Panther’s Coffee, Caffe Nero, etc, etc.

They call me...
1 month ago

Whose “we” ?

WE = US
1 month ago

We, the people.

Anonymous
1 month ago

one panther coffee closed downtown

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bring back Blue Bottle.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sorry, but i dont know who told you Starbucks is a coffee place. That’s not coffee, not even close!

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s a good 10-15 min walk. There will be more than enough people to support both.

Antennae
1 month ago

Not enough demand, office workers, residents or visitors to this part of the city.
Unfortunately, like most American cities everything is decentralized. Drive down SW 1st Street.
You’ll see what I mean. Every single storefront has been dead bolted or boarded up.
Very sad in the very center of a city. Pattern repeated down Miami Avenue and every other street downtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hence, more residents.

Anonymous
1 month ago

MWC assuming its role as the new center of Downtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

How?

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

I wouldn’t be that quick to say that yet…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Can we drop the world center name now… it’s not now nor will ever be a world center. Park west works just fine

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s just a name, like “Times Square”. Relax.

They call me...
1 month ago

MWC says, “our development will drop the name as soon as Brickell does”.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Um, this is not in nor is this area a “Park.”

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

Park West refers to the fact that it is directly west to Museum & Bayfront Parks

Anonymous
1 month ago

Oh, excuse me, I thought this was in “Downtown” just those parks are and they can call it Miami World Center for a name just like those parks downtown have a name.

Anonymous
1 month ago

excuse me, meant to say – “just like those parks are”

They call me...
1 month ago

The people who spent millions of dollars on land acquisition, years of time, and preservered through a banking crisis put together a Special Area plan and called the area Miami World Center.
Reward those risk takers!

Miami World Center it shall be!

Anonymous
1 month ago

yes!!!!!

Make Park West Park West Again
1 month ago

Isn’t their reward the money they’ll make from this development? Isn’t that what capitalism is all about in the first place?

Anonymous
1 month ago

-_____-

It’s “West” of Museum and Bayfront “Park”

Hence “Park” “West”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Completion date?

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

sometime in the future

Anonymous
1 month ago

lol…

Antennae
1 month ago

Area desperately needs more density.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Will have great views of Okan Tower, and hopefully not of Downtown Fifth for long.

Pickles
1 month ago

It looks nice and hideous in one design. Interesting project.

mark
1 month ago

Seems like everyone is an urban planner, architect or engineer on this forum. Most have negative comments. Miami downtown looks like shittt !. Stop dumping on your own city

Pájaro nalgon
1 month ago

Hideous

Sgt foley
1 month ago

0 parking? Good. Should be this way for every future buildings to maximize the capacity for potential office or housing.

Hella
1 month ago

Parking was built on Phase 1.

Anonymous
1 month ago

its cause it will share the garage with caoba tower 1

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m blind.. I lost my eyesight in the war.

– Sgt foley

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lies! you lost it because you watched memes nonstop on your iPad!

Anonymous
1 month ago

iPad.. what’s an iPad?