Luma Miami Worldcenter Resubmitted To The Federal Aviation Administration At 494 Feet

The developer of the proposed Luma tower at Miami Worldcenter has submitted the project for FAA review, again.

In 2015, the FAA granted approval to apartment developer for a building height of 494 feet above ground, 503 feet above sea level. It took just two months for a decision to be made by the FAA.

Approval expired in September 2018, however, due to failure to begin construction.

Now, the project has been resubmitted for review at the exact same height, 494 feet above ground. The application was submitted January 30.

The 44-story tower will be located at 148 NE Seventh St, and include 429 rental apartments. Zom was said to be in contract to pay $19 million for the .3326 acre site.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Still waiting for other MWC projects to start, even the first apartment only built one of the towers when its suppose to be a two tower building.

Anonymous
1 year ago

A World Center filled with apartments and condos. No office buildings, major corporations tech centers, convention center, nothing but plain Jane apartment and condos. Give me a break.

Anonymous
1 year ago

there is plans to build an A-class office building and a convention center by Marriott actually..

Anonymous
1 year ago

I fear world center is not going to live up to the hype that was built. BCC has delivered well, even Midtown and design district, but MWC…idk I don’t see the high rise office building, or convention center moving forward anytime soon.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Can you at least wait until it’s done? It’s still being built, how can you compare something that’s not finish to something that’s mostly finished?

Anonymous
1 year ago

because neither office nor marriott have broken ground while others are topping off and finishing…also marriott has redesigned like 3 times… try driving by and you’ll see 1 tower under construction, 1 complete, a parking garage with your standard target size of retail under construction, and just a bunch of dirt parcels doing nothing

Anonymous
1 year ago

Beautiful.. hopefully starts going up soon… another piece of the puzzle.

marc
1 year ago

This one will definitely break ground this year along with the hotel next door.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You’d think something called Luma would be more illuminated

Anonymous
1 year ago

I think you need to look up the meaning of the word Luma

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nice density for the area.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’m guessing that’s the new Citizen hotel on the right but what’s that all glass building next to the hotel???

Anonymous
1 year ago

This is a boring lot filler

Anonymous
1 year ago

Horribly mediocre project, nowhere near the design of even BCC, much less world class projects like Hudson Yards or Hunter’s Point in NYC. Just more towering piles of concrete block covered with cheap painted stucco that starts discoloring the minute it’s finished. Just take a quick drive around Gran Paraiso, all of the facade is fading, mildewing, cracked, rust stained, etc and it just opened recently. NONE of these buildings will ever be appreciated for their design.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The most boring of the lot, which is alright if the Marriott is resubmitted with better architecture.

Anonymous
1 year ago

MBC Miami Boner Center:

(_)_)############D

Anonymous
1 year ago

Meh, ho – hum uninspiring project. Typical MWC.