Miami World Tower Developer Applies For Construction Permit, With Private Expedited Review

Lalezarian Properties has applied for a construction permit to begin building Miami World Tower.

It is the first of two high rises planned at Miami World Towers.

The developer has applied for review by a private provider, a step which allows construction to begin much faster but is also more costly.

The full plans were submitted on December 30.

Miami World Tower will rise 53 stories, the permit states.

There will be a total of 557 residential units, along with 1,787 square feet of retail. A larger retail building is planned on adjacent property by the developer of Miami Worldcenter.

Coastal Construction is listed as the contractor.

 


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Anonymous
1 year ago

I love the design but we need taller buildings in this area.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Waldorf Astoria is coming close by but I agree.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Would love a supertall, but this far away from Biscayne, anything to spark the retail paseo is great.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s time for some super-tall skyscrapers in miami. And one cental plaza in world center to be the meet point of the city. Something that brickell plaza and Mary brickell village don’t achieved.

POLO
1 year ago

Density in the making.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You need 50 more towers for density.
Too many empty lots near Arscht Center

Anonymous
1 year ago

At least 50…..

POLO
1 year ago

I said density in the making, not a done deal yet.

Anonymous G
1 year ago

Wow! Miami World Center is going to be a hot location! I like the overall design of this project!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Right on top of the old Camillus house…just astounding how this area has changed and will continue to do so!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Time flies, I remember staying there briefly as a kid and now I have the potential to live in this new tower.

Anonymous
1 year ago

that’s incredible!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Will the NAP ever get those LED billboards like the original renderings of Miami world center showed…

Azarius
1 year ago

That would make ground level more attractive but that’ll happen once the high street mall opens

Anonymous
1 year ago

Will Park West be renamed Miami World Center? Including the metromover stop.

Anonymous
1 year ago

most likely

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hopefully not. Park West sounds like a neighborhood. They shouldn’t rename a neighborhood after a single project.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Exactly…

Anonymous
1 year ago

yeah but the name park west is starting to lose it’s original meaning. yes, it’s west of the park, but this neighborhood will be so much more than that once everything is complete

Yugi Moto
1 year ago

Keep building Miami! 😊

Anonymous
1 year ago

“A larger retail building is planned on adjacent property by the developer of Miami Worldcenter”

If I were them, during these days and times, I would change my plans about more retail and go with another tower.

Trees On The Roof Guy
1 year ago

Yeah cause most folks want to stay inside more… idk where you been but most folks are dying to get out. After this pandemic dies down I believe there will be a boom of people returning to going out more after being cooped up and appreciating being out the house more.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Really?.. so going out of one building and into another building to spend your money means “appreciating being out the house?”

Anonymous
1 year ago

For once they get the parking garage right (even though there shouldn’t be so much parking so close to Brightline), yet the building is a cereal box with some wavy balconies?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Not every building can be slanted like the Citigroup center in New York City. And yes, the building is gonna resemble an ocean wave with it’s set of balconies. If you imagined a different building from your own imagination, then make one yourself.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This is not going to age well. That design is close to 10 other buildings in downtown, edgewater.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This area will be a ghost town without office space

Anonymous
1 year ago

The Innovation Center will bring a ton of office space and tech companies.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The Hines office building will bring some

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hines was canceled or should I say at least permanently postponed. Have you seen the mess behind the Paramount? It a soccer field with a mess around it. The nets fall, the gates fall…just a disaster.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Heard the same. It’s a shame they canceled Hines-nice looking renderings.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I know but it would have been a total disaster to build it and no companies to fill it. Remember, we are not Dallas, Austin, Atlanta or Houston. Even Lexington and Charlotte are pulling in big office fillers.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Too bad for the Paramount people with their backyard looking like a busted soccer field on a mound of dirt and construction. I bet it provides nice views for the $4M units they are trying to sell.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You guys really think those plans will come to fruition? Beam me up when it happens….

Anonymous
1 year ago

once the retail and restaurant area is open it will be more active.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You mean, it hasn’t been a “ghost town” before they built whats there now?

Paul
1 year ago

2 and 3 MiamiCentral have added 320,00 sq ft of class A office space just two blocks away. And Blackstone recently announced that they are locating 200 employees at MiamiCentral “soon.”

There’s also the Hines project a couple blocks away but who knows when that will be complete.

Plus, Miami World Center has about 300k of retail space built and just waiting for the pandemic and the overall economic conditions to improve. At a minimum there will be several hundred retail workers in the area to support those businesses.

When Brightline reopens and the NBA starts allowing full attendance, things will come back to life.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What are you talking about?!?! Haha!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nothing…