‘Futuristic’ Diagrid Office Tower At Worldcenter Will Be Built Above Residential Podium

Worldcenter’s newly announced office tower could be built above a 12-story podium of residential and retail space, according to architect Pickard Chilton’s website:

110 10th has been designed to serve as a highly visible gateway to the Miami Worldcenter development. The mixed-use 45-story tower includes approximately 12 floors of multifamily residential units atop a podium with high-street retail space and an integral parking garage. Part of the podium will feature a soccer field that doubles as a green roof. The top of the elegantly-proportioned tower will feature 14 floors of Class A office space that will offer spectacular views of Miami and the waterfront.

The design for 110 10th is respectful of and seamlessly integrated into the overall Miami Worldcenter development. It is expected to significantly contribute to the diversity and excitement of the burgeoning dynamic urban core.

The 45-story project will include 944,000 gross square feet.

Stantec is the architect of record.

Construction will begin in the second quarter of 2018, with occupancy in late 2020 or early 2021.