Lalezarian Applies For FAA Approval To Build Up To 579 Feet At Miami World Tower

Plans to build the 53-story Miami World Tower have been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration.

The application was filed on January 28.

According to the filing, Miami World Tower’s tallest point will reach 579 feet above ground, or 590 feet above sea level.

Here’s how it compares to neighboring buildings at Miami Worldcenter:

  • Caoba Miami Worldcenter – 485 feet above ground and 496 feet above sea level (completed)
  • Bezel Miami Worldcenter – 493 feet above ground level, or 503 feet above sea level (topped off)
  • Miami World Tower – 579 feet above ground, or 590 feet above sea level (applied)
  • Legacy Miami Worldcenter – 661 feet above ground, or 671 feet above sea level (approved)
  • Paramount Miami Worldcenter – 699 feet above ground, or 709 feet above sea level (completed)

The developer of Miami World Tower also applied for approval to install placing booms to assist with construction. They will temporarily rise 609 and 679 feet above ground.

Miami World Tower will include 557 residential units.

Plans for the first tower have been approved, and a construction permit is now pending.

Coastal Construction is the contractor.

A second tower is also planned, but plans have not been filed yet.

 

 


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Anonymous
5 months ago

Can’t wait until the area is finished, Melo twin tower also is going to contribute foot traffic to the area.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yes, Indeed. and another on the way.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Most work in Doral.
The only traffic you’ll see is the gridlock.

Anonymous
5 months ago

“The only traffic you’ll see is the gridlock”

Wanna bet?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yes

Anonymous
5 months ago

Bullish Miami Worldcenter

Anonymous
5 months ago

Watch Paramount resales and take a gulp.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Explain. paramount.

Anonymous
5 months ago

I love it…. when the light hits it just right it’ll stand out beautifully on our rapidly developing skyline

Anonymous
5 months ago

Typical heads in the clouds- is anyone paying attention to what’s happening at the ground level? Where’s a new park or square? Where is somewhere people can walk that’s not next to a 6 story podium against the sidewalk?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Jeezus.. all that sh!t is in about a seven minute walk on the other side of Biscayne Blvd. I’m sick of people on this site whining about something that’s conveniently nearby. Parks, Museums, Bayside, AAA, PP museum of science, Miami Central Station, the Metromover, etc, etc, etc…

I’m so sick of people moaning about something that’s unnecessary to moan about.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Anyone else think this looks like a Fire Nation symbol from Avatar: the Last Airbender?

Anonymous
5 months ago

And still no place to get a cup of coffee and a donut……..
Go MWC!!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Buy a coffee maker and hit up Duncan donuts on your way home after work.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Point is the neighborhood will be devoid of any street life. Going to be like channelside in Tampa.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Man, that area sure is popin right now! Too bad this development is going to kill all that.

cool
5 months ago

Channelside and water street, along with Sparkman wharf and new condos coming summer 2021 in that region will most definitely spruce street life, its already semi-active because of all the development. 6 250-300ft buildings are being constructed or finished in only 1 year.

Azarius
5 months ago

Like this project. Feel like it’s just a fancy infill. There’s so much more that can be done on that plot.

Azarius
5 months ago

To go along with it. That’s a long block at least 2 more buildings lol

Anonymous
5 months ago

what the heck happen to Okan Tower?!?!?1

Anonymous G
5 months ago

Probably not going to happen. Melo built there two towers next to it. No permits or anything has happened. Doubt Okan ever happens. Maybe at a different location. But that won’t happen for a long time.

Anonymous
5 months ago

The knew about Melo building there so I don’t see how that changed anything. I still have my hopes up for that one!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

The same thing that happened to One Bayfront Plaza.

Anonymous G
5 months ago

Yup!

Anonymous
5 months ago

E11EVEN Hotel and Residences – 709 ft

Anonymous G
5 months ago

Now that building will be so sick! Need that one to happen asap!

Anonymous
5 months ago

And the location/site where they wanna build E11EVEN is superb!

Anonymous
5 months ago

I know Paramount lives up to its name, but can we please at least have some other Worldcenter buildings of good architecture? Even half as good would blow this box with wavy balconies away.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Legacy
Okan tower (if it happens)
Waldorf Astoria (not in MWC but close enough)

Anonymous
5 months ago

Thought the FAA approval process is usually longer than city permitting

Anonymous
5 months ago

How much for a two bedroom?

Azarius
5 months ago

$3200+

Anonymous
5 months ago

bleh need office space

Anonymous
5 months ago

then go build it

Anonymous
5 months ago

To house what businesses?
Most companies moving here are hedge funds and most brokers work remotely.
Miami is not Austin, Dallas or Phoenix

Anonymous
5 months ago

You lost me at Phoenix. They have no more F500 Corp HQs than Miami metro, and their size rankings are lower. Yes over 1 million less people in metro Phoenix but Phoenix is no Atlanta when it comes to F500 presence.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Google, waymo, intel, and uber have sizeable offices in the phoenix area I believe. Strong data center presence and TSMC is building a factory there

Anonymous
5 months ago

Miami will be better than Austin, Dallas or Phoenix

Anonymous G
5 months ago

830 Brickell is your answer.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Who says? Hines has a site right there and is twiddling their thumbs.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Hopefully it rises quickly, I think filling those gaps will compliment Paramount nice

Anonymous G
5 months ago

This will be a nice building. Ground breaking soon I hope.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Nice!!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Please… looks wack!

Anonymous
5 months ago

One building at a time.

Anonymous
5 months ago

This building with the spheres in the roof when will go away?

zachJ305
5 months ago

Probably never…or at least for a long time…the building is a data center/internet exchange point that handles data traffic for much of Latin America and the Caribbean. It is filled with a lot of very expensive equipment and will likely not be going anywhere.

Anonymous
5 months ago

I think it’s characteristic. Not everything has to be a high rise or brand new.

Anonymous
5 months ago

That is one very important building- connects Latin America to the internet.

Anonymous
5 months ago

We can easily double that height

Anonymous
5 months ago

No “We” can’t.

Gambling Fernando Gomez
5 months ago

We need a “Miami World Tower Casino and Resort”

Anonymous
5 months ago

We need more museums and theaters, not casinos. That’s how you attract quality people.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Genting tried. Seminoles blocked it.

Anonymous
5 months ago

The building design looks mediocre.

Anonymous
5 months ago

“Mediocre” is being polite.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Agreed, and agreed.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Racist comment

Anonymous
5 months ago

What happened to the outdoor mall concept that was originally planned?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Gone!!!!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Brickell City Center happened. Couldn’t land an anchor tenant. Taubman got acquired. Not the right location for high street retail. Take your pick.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Still happening