Here’s A list Of All 14 Towers Planned, Completed, Or Under Construction At Miami Worldcenter (Photos)

There are now a total of at least 14 towers planned, completed, or under construction at Miami Worldcenter.

As of this week, there are three towers under construction at Miami Worldcenter, new drone photos by Aaron DeMayo show.

All three of the under-construction towers have broken ground within the past 12 months.

The three currently under construction include:

  • Legacy (50 story, 691-foot tower with condo, hotel and wellness)
  • Miami World Tower (53 story, 579-foot tower with apartments)
  • Caoba phase 2 (40-story, 413-foot tower with apartments)

Also now under construction: an 11-story CitizenM hotel and multiple retail and entertainment buildings, a public square, and pedestrian promenades.

Three towers at Worldcenter have already been completed, including Paramount (2019), Caoba phase 1 (2019), and Bezel (2022)

At least eight more towers are now in planning at Worldcenter, including Witkoff (three towers), The Crosby, Miami World Tower phase 2, Abbhi Capital, One Worldcenter, and Kenect.

 

Legacy under construction:

Miami World Tower and Caoba Phase 2 under construction:

(photos: Aaron DeMayo)

 

Renderings of the three towers under construction are below.

Legacy:

Caoba:

Miami World Tower:

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Anon
6 months ago

World center isn’t really a thing. The original concept was a true master plan with all parts totally integrated. In reality the whole project has been sold to individual developers and completely lack cohesion

Anon
6 months ago

And what does world center even mean… it’s rentals, airbnbs and one condo tower…

Anonymous
6 months ago

lol – such a cheese ball name you’re right – it means nothing. tacky

Original
6 months ago

Concepts are just what they are, “concepts.” When the actual planning and construction takes place, that dictates how the actual project is going to look.

Geno
6 months ago

Miami residents ripped off…..again.

Original
6 months ago

^ Um, what?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Why? the residents of MWC are the ones paying higher “taxes” for being in the “special zone”, might not be what the developers sold but it is way better of that was there, still can turn around although I have my doubts.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Missed opportunities all over, I’m even skeptical of the retail component, that might end up being empty spaces all over. Definetly they had BIG dreams with the idea, but the deliverance hasn’t been as great. Paramount’s management has been a complete farce, if that’s any indication of what’s to come.

Anonymous
6 months ago

It kind of is though. The “Worldcenter” greater neighborhood will consist of retail, hospitality, entertainment, office space, FTX arena, Miami Central Station, etc. It’s in it’s infancy but the fully fleshed out neighborhood will absolutely be the epicenter of Miami, connecting the newer neighborhoods to the North (Edgewater, Wynwood, Design District) to Downtown and Brickell.

Anonymous
6 months ago

That U-Haul building needs to go 🗑🗑🗑🗑

Anonymous
6 months ago

It could become the U-Haul Tower!

Brent
6 months ago

Could be iconic

Original
6 months ago

The more they build, the more a lot of things are going to look out of place and needs to go!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Actually that UHaul is super convenient for all the new residents moving in/out and having to transport their stuff.

Conch fritter
6 months ago

Those people are using moving companies, not using a uhaul themselves

Mike
6 months ago

That and the data center!

Anonymous
6 months ago

That data center will never go anywhere. It’s one of the most important pieces of internet infrastructure in the world. It literally connects the internet from most of the Americas to Europe and beyond.

Anonymous
6 months ago

I wish this showed all the renderings, especially in one picture

Elpit Onaso
6 months ago

Wouldn’t consider this “world” center. More like just a couple of condos.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Hater

Anonymous
6 months ago

Box, box, box, Legacy Tower, box box box. SAD!

nonmous
6 months ago

Whine, whine, whine, take a nap, wake up, whine, whine, whine, etc. Boring life…

Evan
6 months ago

So natiivo isn’t officially part of world center?

Wolfgang731
6 months ago

You beat me to it. I was just about to ask the same question.

Mrrrr
6 months ago

I believe the train tracks are the official border.

Melo is sigma and chad
6 months ago

Guess south of the train tracks dont count, but natiivo is going to contribute to the foot traffic to this area, along with okan when that eventually gets built or sold to melo idk.

Azarius
6 months ago

The Crosby is south of the train tracks

Anonymous
6 months ago

Nativo is not, but the Crosby is and it is on the same side of the tracks as Nativo. There is an “special zoning” for MWC, residents actually pay higher taxes because of it. Nativo, Eleven etc are saving money on that but are just next to it.

Conno Sir
6 months ago

I thought E11even was also under construction

Mrrrr
6 months ago

Thought so too.

iFlyMIA
6 months ago

It is. Groundbreaking happened last year.

Anonymous
6 months ago

not part of mwc

Anonymous
6 months ago

MWC ends at 10th.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Not part of MWC. Not a single cinder block has been placed for E11 since they “broke ground” in november with the exception of the sales center they opened. That project is fishy to me….but Miami is all fishy to me…

Anonymous
6 months ago

E11even is across the street from Legacy . I can be seen in the photos showing the construction of Legacy tower and adjacent U Haul. Although The Next Miami reported E11even as being under construction It is not.
I think that the second E11even tower will replace the U Haul building.
The telephone equipment building will likely be there for a long long time.
There are also 2 AT&T buildings on Miami Avenue (5th and 6th Street) that will also remain.

Melo is sigma and chad
6 months ago

I cant wait until all that glass starts being install in Legacy that is a tower on paramount level.

iFlyMIA
6 months ago

Keep building!

bob
6 months ago

yes.. please stop calling it “World Center” Its comprised of mostly ugly box-like monoliths with little consideration to beauty or art

Anonymous
6 months ago

Are you serious? Multiple, large scale, multimillion-dollar public art installations are being installed literally as we speak. They have Frederick Akerlund, Friends With You, and more

Jacko
6 months ago

Comment section full or architects, engineers and urban planners. Seems like most of you want downtown Miami to keep looking like crap.

Anonymous
6 months ago

We need more car storage please.

Ulrich
6 months ago

Please add some parks to make those buildings more livable!!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Are Bezel and Nativo not part of Miamo Worldcenter?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Bezel, yes (as mentioned in the article), but Nativo no.

Original
6 months ago

You’re right.. because I completely forgot how Kenect is supposed to look.

Carlosmbch
6 months ago

I guess Nativo is not part of Miami’s World Trade Center…

Ulrich
6 months ago

no parks???

Jacko
6 months ago

so you can throw your frisbee around? go to the beach

Anonymous
6 months ago

We need a resort world destination casino there.

Anonymous
6 months ago

We need a museum there or in front of the Arena surrounding the Freedom Tower!

Gomez
6 months ago

Yes! Like some of the ones at Mandalay Bay or at the Venetian.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Office towers too.

Original
6 months ago

Yes!.. build hundreds more museums everywhere!

Sheesshhh!!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Sounds like you would benefit from that.

Original
6 months ago

Read my sarcastic comment again…

Anonymous
6 months ago

It wasn’t very original…

Original
6 months ago

More museums in Miami isn’t original either.

Lester
6 months ago

The Freedom Tower is a museum

Lester
6 months ago

What Miami needs is a Convention Center

Fernando
6 months ago

Yes. Like the convention space at the Wynn, or Bellagio.

Original
6 months ago

A large Resort Casino with a Convention Center in it… now that’s cool.

Anonymous
6 months ago

That’s a missed opportunity for MWC.

Anonymous
6 months ago

No, put it in Museum Park to take up some underutilized shade-less space. Build high-architecture towers around Freedom Tower, unlike most these boxes.