Miami Worldcenter’s First Tower Complete, At Least Four More Breaking Ground In 2019

Miami Worldcenter’s first tower is now complete.

Caoba Miami Worldcenter, a 43-story tower, is now ready for move in, the developer told the Herald. The first residents are scheduled to move January 31, with a waiting list of 200 people interested in viewing apartments.

Prices appear to be above $3 per square foot. Units range in size from 500 to 1,300 square feet, with rents ranging from $1,775 to $4,275.

A construction permit is pending for second 40-story tower at Caoba, but the developer did not say when work would begin.

Four additional major groundbreakings are scheduled for 2019 at Worldcenter, the developer told the paper:

  • CitizenM Miami Worldcenter, a 348 room hotel
  • 110 10th, a 45-story Class A office tower with a “futuristic diagrid” design
  • 1,700-room Marriott hotel and convention center
  • Luma, a 44-story, 434-unit rental tower by apartment developer Zom

Also this year, 150,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space at Worldcenter will receive a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy by the end of May. An additional 150,000 square feet of retail is now in construction permitting, records show. The retail space will be more like Lincoln Road than the Design District or Bal Harbour, with a mix of national and international brands, the developer said.

Paramount Miami Worldcenter, the 60-story condo tower, is scheduled for completion in spring and is now 85 percent sold.

(photo: phillip pessar)

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Anonymous

Believe it when we see it for the Marriot Convention Center/Hotel.

Anonymous

and hopefully they come to their senses and go back to the original design.

Anonymous

Any design would do at this point. Without the convention center hotel, the area will not be successful.

Anonymous

Join the discussion. I agree. The convention will bring dollars from all over the world. your comment here….

Anonymous

Major doubt on the convention center, might as well sell the land to Virgin Trains and let them build some offices and apartments on the land.

Anonymous

that 45-story Class A office tower with the “futuristic diagrid” design is my favorite. Very pretty.

Anonymous

It doesnt exist

Anonymous

They are “breaking ground this year” every year, especially Marriott. lol
Never going to happen

Anonymous

Better believe it bitches!!!!! It’s all coming, center of gravity moving north to Park West!!

Anonymous

Nope its still in Brickell

Anonymous

Yes sir.. construction and growth will be moving north to downtown and into Edgewater, Wynwood, Midtown, Design District, Buena Vista.

Anonymous

The Genting project will be huge in Omni neighborhood.. casino or no casino.. still major major downtown project.

Anonymous

what gentling project lol

Anonymous

Do you call this a building deserving to be in a “World Center”?

Anonymous

If the bar is low enough the half-assed Marriott gets built as last proposed, yes. Fingers cross that isn’t the case.

Anonymous

Yawn……

Bryan Doles

Join the discussion. Type your comment here…. Absolutely will happen the convention dollar is too valuable to miss.

Anonymous

This looks like a skinnier/taller version of Canvas. Must be the same architect.

Anonymous

‘Architect’ is too generous a term for whoever designed this dumpy little shart of a building.

Anonymous

500 sq ft for 1800 wow lmao

Anonymous

Rents are really rising, 2 years ago you could rent a 1 bed at BCC for 2400 now the lowest unit is 3200 and up

Anonymous

And there aren’t many available, what happened to the “over supply” or “flooded condo stats” cuz at these new Brickell buildings they aren’t available… Amazing

Anonymous

Don’t listen to the retards. Most experts don’t.

Anonymous

4 more buildings breaking ground – wow ! Miami is the like the Dubai of America

Anonymous

On just one site, plenty more buildings rising all around mia

Anonymous

with this class of new (melo) buildings, the “poor” Dubai of America

Anonymous

Incredibly good news. Leased up at over $3 per sq ft in rent with a waiting list. I didn’t think that it could be done.

Anonymous

Miami needs a serious convention center. It will get built.

Anonymous

For those prices I would live somewhere else. Brickell or edgewater