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

The first glass has been installed at Caoba Miami Worldcenter’s second tower, according to a photo by Kyle Merville.

The second tower now under construction will rise 40 stories and have 411 residential units.

It will share an 888-space parking garage that was completed in 2019 with Caoba’s first 43-story tower.

When the second tower is complete, Caoba’s two towers will have a combined total of 855 apartments.

The property is reportedly owned by companies linked to Flow founder Adam Neumann.

 

(photo: Kyle Merville)

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Anonymous
1 month ago

I wonder when we will hear about that 2-story retail building to be built directly north of Coaba

Downtown Vagabond
1 month ago

Directly north of Caoba is Legacy?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wrong

Anonymous
1 month ago

Legacy is 2+ blocks away to the north in front of Paramount

Anonymous
1 month ago

Just a two story building?.. that’s a waste of a lot.

Mmmm
1 month ago

It’s a long two story building lined with retail and restaurants that will look like the base of the towers directly behind it, Miami World Tower, currently under construction, being one of them.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“It’s a long two story building lined with retail and restaurants”

But won’t it compete with MWC?

Anon
1 month ago

It’s part of MWC…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami World Tower is also a waste of a lot, meaning more mediocre architecture for MWC. Legacy is nice, but Paramount shouldn’t have been the architectural… paramount of what to expect.

Anon
1 month ago

Smart. But how are developers able to do a two-story and profit? Seems like it can’t be done in some parts because of how expensive the land costs.

Mmmm
1 month ago

It’s a relatively narrow strip creating the “7th street Promenade” with the Caoba storefronts and restaurants on the other side. Very Lincoln Road like.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s a really narrow lot – you couldn’t fit anything else on it. Ceiling heights look to be quite generous; two stories with rooftop space. This would be additional retail / dining options.

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Seems like the second tower is taking longer than the first one.

Anonymous
1 month ago

WTH is a “Flow?” What’s with Silicuck Valley people naming their companies stuff that has no coronation to what it does these days (Alphabet, Meta, etc.)?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Adam Neumann, please build more structures like this in Miami, because I like your style.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ok Adam

Anonymous
1 month ago

It was an existing plan. He just joined the development.