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)