Miami Worldcenter’s New Construction Schedule: First Building Opens This Year

Later this year, Miami Worldcenter’s first tower will be completed and the first new residents will move in.

Construction in the area is actually just ramping up though. Over 800 construction workers are now on site daily, with more on the way.

Here is a look at what will breaking ground and opening in the coming months:

  • Caoba – a 43-story, 444-unit apartment tower will open in the fourth quarter of 2018
  • Paramount Miami Worldcenter – the 60-story, 569-unit condo is now at level 49, with completion scheduled in the first quarter of 2019
  • Open-air retail, dining and entertainment – over 140,000 square feet is under construction with another 160,000 square feet to be built in phase one. Delivery begins in the fourth quarter of 2019. The Forbes Company and Taubman are collaborating with the developer.
  • Marriot Marquis Convention Hotel –  The 1,700 room hotel will include 500,000 square feet of convention space. Developer MDM expects to break ground in the fourth quarter of 2018.
  • LUMA –  a 44-story, 434-unit apartment tower to be developed by ZOM, will break ground this summer, with completion in 2020.
  • 110 10th – a 45-story, mixed-use tower (mostly office) developed by Hines will begin rising out of the ground next year in advance of opening to tenants in 2021. A Hines executive says that “this will be the premier office and mixed-use tower in Miami.”

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Park west will be entirely unrecognizable from a couple of years ago even more than it looks today…and that’s great news considering all the poverty and crime that riddled the area. I lived in park place by the bay and saw the old arena demolition and the whole area was littered with homeless people while a few of my friends had their cars broken into while visiting. Those days are long gone and this area will compete with Brickell can’t wait!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

When I first moved to Miami in 91, moved to Park Place Apts (skinny green building). Had the best view because there was nothing in front facing east, just the causeway, bay, beach and the ocean in the distance. Only problem was, you couldn’t look “down”. Would have bought a condo back then in the area but none existed. So great to finally see this area come around!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Beautiful Miami is is booming areas like Overtown, Little got etc need some growth

Anonymous
2 years ago

What about the other towers in the renderings, when are their timelines.

Patrick
2 years ago

In my opinion putting the AAA Arena where it is was not good. Shudda been close to Overtown Metrorail station … near where the old arena was.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Such a shame there’s a massive parking structure around Paramount… It’s gonna be hard for residents to choose Metromover when their cars are just as close 🙁

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ha – good point – that’s definitely a detriment for residents having their car too close.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Lol!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Just when I thought I had seen it all, this comment comes along. SMH.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They aren’t really competing against each other. People aren’t going to pull their car out of the garage to drive the same 6 or 7 blocks MM would take them on the other side of downtown. Especially if they have to pay $15-20/hr to park. Likewise they aren’t going to choose MM to get them to some suburban place in Broward either, they are going to take their car.

Anonymous
2 years ago

News flash people that can afford a mortgage can usually Afford a car and gas and will likely not rely on a tram to nowhere

Anonymous
2 years ago

I own a ferrari and a bmw for my daily driver. I still take the metro mover and metrorail wherever it reaches. That’s the most stereotypical uneducated comment ever.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Similar situation here, but I also ride the Metrobus too.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Will Paramount have a connect walkway to Metromover?

Anonymous
2 years ago

When will the massive car parks open?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Soon