A foundation pour at the Luma Miami Worldcenter tower has been completed, and the project will soon begin the vertical phase of construction.
Photos and video of the construction site show a concrete pour taking place last night.
Luma is the third tower to go vertical at Miami Worldcenter, out of about a dozen planned. A tower crane has already been installed.
The 43-story Luma will include 434 apartments that developers are promising will be among the most luxurious in town.
A $143 million construction loan was issued to developers Zom Living and The Moinian Group earlier this year.
Stantec is the architect.