Two major components of Miami Worldcenter continue to rise in downtown Miami.
Luma, a 43-story apartment tower, is now well out of the ground, new photos show. It will eventually reach a height of 493 feet above ground.
Also under construction are two levels of food, beverage and retail space along with a 922 space parking garage. The project is known as Miami Worldcenter’s Block H, and will include a total of 48,000 square feet of commercial space.
Luma will include 434 apartments that the developers promise will be luxury units.
Zom Living and The Moinian Group are the developer of Luma.