Foundation Pours For Four More Downtown Miami Towers With Around 2,000 Units

Contractors have completed foundation pours for four more downtown Miami towers in recent days, paving the way for vertical construction to begin.

Three of the pours took place at Miami Worldcenter, while the fourth was in Brickell. They include:

  • Legacy Miami Worldcenter  – planned to top off at 55 stories, 691 feet. It will include 310 condos, 210 hotel rooms, and a 10-story health center
  • Miami World Tower – planned to top off at 53 stories, 579 feet. It will include 565 apartments
  • Caoba Miami Worldcenter’s second phase (Block G Phase 2) – planned to top off at 40 stories, 413 feet. It will include 411 apartments
  • Miami River Phase 1 – planned to top off at 54 stories, 640 feet. It will include 640 apartments

The Legacy and Miami River pours took place over the past weekend, while Miami World Tower and Caoba were completed last month.

The Legacy pour was first spotted by Ryan RC Rea and the now-completed pour can be seen on their livecam.

The Miami World Tower pour was recorded by contractor Florida Concrete Unlimited and can be seen here.

The Caoba pour was recorded by Blue Water Drones here.

Multiple videos of the Miami River pour were uploaded to the Instagram account of contractor GT McDonald.

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Anonymous
3 months ago

Miami Worldcenter is finally picking up speed. I can’t wait to see it full of restaurants, bars and stores.

Anonymous
3 months ago

MWC will become better than Brickell very soon!!

Anonymous
3 months ago

And what is your criteria for a comparison?

Leon
3 months ago

Besides BCC, Brickell doesn’t offer much nor does it look like a modern downtown community. Sorry, it’s just reality.

Anonymous
3 months ago

BCC is definitely the best thing about Brickell by far

Anonymous
3 months ago

BCC is by far the best thing about brickell. why go to brickell just to visit a mall. if a neighborhood becomes popular just by having a mall , plantation would be very popular because it has sawgrass Mills Mall. most of people that go to brickell don’t go to the mall they go to the bars and good restaurants in this neighborhood

Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

plantation does have sawgrass mills mall. yall awful with local geography

Slim Shady
3 months ago

Or they go to their high paying job. Or their condo. Or their MBA program if they go to FIU Holo School of Real Estate or Babson College. Etc. Etc

Steph
3 months ago

Sorry, have to agree with the post, there’s Brickell City Centre, then everything else is old…Mary Brickell village can’t attract anything quality – everything goes out of business.

Slim Shady
3 months ago

Sexyfish?
Dirty French?
Cipriani?
Komodo?
Etc etc etc….

Anonymous
3 months ago

“Doesn’t look like a modern DT” wtf have you seen most downtowns in USA and around the world… Miami itself is one of the most modern growing cities in the world PERIOD
But you do sound like a Troll..

Anonymous
3 months ago

“one of the most modern growing cities in the world” I love Miami but relax. A city with 40-year old monorail that brings you around one single neighborhood is by no means “one of the most modern growing cities in the *world*”

Checo
3 months ago

Brickell neighborhood is bout 10 blocks north to south and about 7 blocks east to west. The metromover is totally unnecessary.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Miami has a monorail ? Miami has a Metro rail and Metro mover but not a monorail . The Metro rail does n’t go to a single neighborhood it goes to many neighborhoods

Anonymous
3 months ago

I walk downtown daily on se 1st or flagler depending on the homeless I choose to avoid that day. It’s literally a giant toilet bowl.

Anonymous
3 months ago

^
“It’s literally a giant toilet bow”

But.. you.. said.. you “walk downtown daily on se 1st or flagler st?”

You must love walking and being in “giant toilet bowls.”

Anonymous
3 months ago

Rather walk than drive. Used to drive 40 miles a day now I walk 2. Just saying downtowns a dump is all. If you don’t walk around here it’s hard to understand just how crappy it is, literally because there’s feces and urine all over most sidewalks.

Anonymous
3 months ago

LOL calling Metromover a 40-year-old monorail is a nice way to put it.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Preach!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Mary Brickell Village?? What about all of the 5 star hotels on Brickell Ave?

Slim Shady
3 months ago

These comments are from kids who don’t live in Brickell…don’t work in Brickell…and don’tknow thing about the restaurants.

Checo
3 months ago

Clearly you have not spent the day at the Mandarin Oriental Spa or had a boat pick you up at Cipriani to take you out for a sunset cruise.

What is the best marina in Miami World Center?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Not with a recession coming on strong. This cycle is OVER! F-ck you, B-den!

Anonymous
3 months ago

A member of the cult! LFAA…Let’s f–k America Again.

Anonymous
3 months ago

If f–king America Again means returning to the standard of living circa 2018, sign me up.

Anonymous
3 months ago

^
Haha.. he’s mad because that stimulus check didn’t last him too long.

As good as it gets
3 months ago

Best comment of the week

Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

now we need the club eleven condos to have their foundations

n/a
3 months ago

wellll with the recent crypto collapse

Anonymous
3 months ago

Lol that’s the time to buy more

Anonymous
3 months ago

Now it’s the best time to put money in.. This is normal and it will keep happening in the 2030s 40s 50s ETC

As good as it gets
3 months ago

If it were only crypto…

anon
3 months ago

Not after what has been done to the economy. These along with the Supertalls won’t see the light of day .

Andrew
3 months ago

It also appears Nema Miami (project with the Whole Foods) in Edgewater May have been pouring foundation last night as well.

Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

its still pouring today too.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Exciting too see the river pour since it’ll eventually link a big piece of the riverwalk. Sea wall is getting fixed there now, can’t wait!

Melo, a true Giga Chad
3 months ago

I bet these will go up super slow. Nothing beats the Melo speed.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Park West is going to be the best spot in town very soon

Anonymous
3 months ago

And Overtown will follow

white flight
3 months ago

more on that SIM city version where you only build residence and not a functional economically viable urban area huh…..

_Mana
3 months ago

Meanwhile…. exciting things happening in my neck of the woods! I think I might be submitting a permit soon, but idk yet. Maybe not.

swn
3 months ago

i like the work that i get when these are being built ..but who can afford to live in them with the current administration running this country into the ground..i have a feeling that we are going to see half constructed buildings with weeds growing around them within the next year ..just like we did in 08…

Anonymous
3 months ago

First, developers invest money building structures where they know there is a need and build what can be afforded. Second, the president in the previous administration knew he was part of a party with members in it who didn’t giveashit about this country because the only they give a fuck about is their “it’s my way or the highway” attitudes and embarrassed this nation before the whole world on Jan 6, 2021.

Anonymous
3 months ago

MWC going vertical!!!! The next 5 years will be a complete transformation

Brooklyn
3 months ago

how many of these will be short term rental buildings

Anonymous
3 months ago

I think all of them lmao

Anonymous
3 months ago

as of now the Miami River building, Caoba II, and Miami World Tower are all apartment buildings. Legacy’s condos are the only short term rentals

anon
3 months ago

Some longer than normal waits getting concrete on jobs around Miami and now I see why.

Miami Local
3 months ago

Who is the contractor at Legacy Miami Worldcenter? LOL

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
3 months ago

Joe Mama Contractors

Anonymous
3 months ago

we need a golf course at WMC . there are a few empty lots there , they can build a small golf course there

Jeff Stryker
3 months ago

You want to use prime downtown land for a golf course? Yeah okay.

Anonymous
3 months ago

To be fair, a small golf course or drive range would be a better utilization of space for shadeless areas of Bayfront or Museum Park. Also, sports courts, a skate park, etc.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Ferrè Park