Hines Will Break Ground At One Worldcenter When An Anchor Tenant Is Signed, Will Include Residential

Hines has revealed new details about its plan to build a tower called One Worldcenter.

Closing on the Miami Worldcenter property is expected by the end of the second quarter of 2020, a spokesperson for the Houston developer told the SFBJ in an article published this week.

Groundbreaking will take place once an anchor tenant has been signed for the building.

One Worldcenter will be “more than half” office, with the remainder to be multifamily residential and retail. It will include more than 600,000 square feet of space.

Hines has been in talks with potential office tenants that are both local and from out of the area, the spokesperson said.

The land is now being used as a soccer field for residents of the Paramount condo tower there.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Where will that amenity move to next for paramount?

Anonymous
1 year ago

great question!

Miamiarchi
1 year ago

I realized this a while ago. But if you look closely at some of the massing renderings. It looks like the office building will have a parking podium behind the main tower which will have the Soccer field on top of it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Who Cares?

Anonymous
1 year ago

More lies !!! … they havent built anything they promised… no hotel, no convention center, no mall, no office tower… and now the office tower is going to be almost half residences ???… and the football field is just a temporary space at a development site??? … what a scam !!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

I know. I don’t blame you for being mad because you really wanted to stay in that hotel, go to conventions in the new center, shop at that mall, and get an office in that tower.

If I were you, I would sue them for deceiving me.

Anonymous
1 year ago

judge judy

Anonymous
1 year ago

??

Anonymous
1 year ago

obvious troll – citizen m broke ground, convention center – read yesterday’s article, soccer field is going on top of the parking podium (put in it’s temporary space until built) and stores are for lease (so smart they didn’t go with a dying indoor mall concept).

Anonymous
1 year ago

Aventura and Dadeland are totally dying, right?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Have you been to Dadeland and seen the for lease signs or turnover?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hines is a legitimate developer. It will happen, as long as politics don’t screw up any tenant deal.

marc
1 year ago

So it’s no longer a dedicated office tower? Say goodbye to this beautiful design.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Did the developers show a different design?

marc
1 year ago

No, but the current renders are of an office tower. You know residential is going to add balconies and such that will change the current design substantially.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Well, until then, you can only speculate.

Anonymous
1 year ago

We’ll never see this tower built. Sorry for laying out the truth.

POLO
1 year ago

Very similar to the Hearst Tower in NYC.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Which is a great building.
This has more palm trees.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The Hearst Tower in NYC is for real, this is still a pipe dream waiting to happen.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This one is not happening this decade. Offices are concentrating in Doral and Miramar where views are better and there is no mass transit infrastructure

Anonymous
1 year ago

and this one will prob have lights that change colors

Anonymous
1 year ago

not

Anonymous
1 year ago

soooo the original renderings for Paramount were fake ?

Anonymous
1 year ago

So dad that the most important component apart from the convention hotel won’t break ground until a tenant is signed. This could take years…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Where will the soccer field go?

Anonymous
1 year ago

something unique finally

Anonymous
1 year ago

This is great news! Project has moved from “Whatever happened to this project ?” to iffy.

Anonymous
1 year ago

So this is going to be 100% office 🙁

Anonymous
1 year ago

Damn you have poor reading comprehension.