Miami World Tower ‘Moving Full Speed Ahead’ With Construction Permitting To Begin Soon (New Renderings)

An architect for the Miami World Tower project says that it will soon be ready for construction permitting.

NBWW Architects also unveiled new renderings of the project on Instagram, including ground level views.

Developers Lalezarian Properties filed for approval from Miami’s Planning Department earlier this year, with a hearing before the Urban Development Review Board in February, where it was approved.

Now, NBWW said they are moving “full speed ahead” preparing construction documents that will allow for a construction permit to be filed for.

Miami World Tower will include 560 residential units, 3,136 square feet of commercial space, and 401 parking spaces.

Amenities will include a rooftop pool and indoor lounge at the top of the tower, with a fitness center and theater one floor below. There will also be a sports deck atop the garage on level 14.

It is the first of multiple phases planned for the property known as Miami Worldcenter Block E by Lalezarian.

 

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Anonymous
6 months ago

Gorgeous!!!!
Much needed for the area as it’s still looking like a desolate wasteland.

Anonymous
6 months ago

The second building to Caoba is still “full steam ahead” with full permitting too.

Doesn’t mean they can get a bank loan to build.

Anonymous
6 months ago

once covid fears are a memory and retail and restaurant open in this development this may be the most popular area in miami….its not near completed but landscaping and sidewalks already look great and potential is limitless

Anonymous
6 months ago

No office space lol!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s all in Doral and Miramar

Anonymous
6 months ago

Gee dude, right now they are building a huge office tower in Brickell… so give it a break.

Anonymous
6 months ago

What a bland design. You have an opportunity to make something more impactful and a signature for MWC as this is across from the carved out plaza that should have many pedestrian traffic and they create a very tired and cartoonish design. It doesn’t compare to the other towers that are there such as Paramount or what is being planned like the Legacy Hotel or the latest proposed office buildings.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Face it, the Urban Development Review Board is a joke!

Anonymous
6 months ago

I could not agree more. MWC has turned into a joke, like so many other projects: museum park, bay walk, river walk, etc, etc

Shawn Kouri
6 months ago

These renderings now look a lot better. If construction begins in 2021 this thing would be completed by 2023, 2024, or 2025.

Anonymous
6 months ago

thanks for the 3-year range of timeline projection, very helpful!

Anonymous G
6 months ago

Love this design. Great additon to that area which needs it.

Anonymous
6 months ago

“Full speed ahead” is like five years in MWC time for what is otherwise a filler building.

POLO
6 months ago

Nice looking tower!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Miami winning.

Anonymous
6 months ago

F-it, just build the damn thing!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Man I remember the Camillus house population taking over that block for decades and now look at the progree it’s unbelievable!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Nice tower. The views on the amenity pool deck on the roof will be amazing. As much as Miami benefits from more and more modern towers, it needs to finally step up and build a world class Vegas style destination resort casino downtown. Let’s get some of that tax money from high end casino gambling for Miami and put it into our Miami infrastructure. We need it now more than ever with this pandemic. Why should all that benefit go to Hardrock out west? Also, we need to get the cruises back out. Miami is the cruise capital of the world and can’t be shut down. Brightline needs to open too. More tall buildings and Streetscapes are great, but we need to step it up and move to another level and build a resort Vegas style casino such as the Wynn, Venetian/Palazzo, Cosmopolitan etc.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Yeah nothing like going into a crowded enclosed casino during a pandemic lol. Also those cruise ships you champion sure as heck don’t want casino competition for their tourist dollars. Ask Mickey Arison if he wants someone’s casino on his front porch.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Um, as for your comment about cruise ships not wanting to compete with casinos for tourist dollars is concerned, then tell me why it would make sense for them to be located in a city where one of their mainstays is tourist and sail to other cities that depend highly on tourist?

Anonymous
6 months ago

This is downtown Miami with Miami Beach. It is not like someone is building a casino next door to a gated community in Boca. It is a perfect place for high end destination resort casino, and a good opportunity for the City to cash in on some tax revenue. Incidentally, your first sentence is ridiculous. The Hardrock seems to be functioning during the pandemic.

Anonymous
4 months ago

We need world class museum and theaters not casinos. Let’s make Miami classier and not trashier

Anonymous
6 months ago

Height? I’m too lazy to scroll though the PDF plus I’m driving

Anonymous
6 months ago

Who comes up with these silly childish curvy designs?

Anonymous
6 months ago

hahah for real

Anonymous
6 months ago

yeah so lame – very 90s

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s one of the cheapest ways to make a building stand out from the crowd.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Lipstick on a pig in this case, still a box, but at least it’s something.

Anonymous
6 months ago

… and they poo poo on Melo….

Anonymous
6 months ago

Well, Arquitectonica for one….