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.