Naftali Group Towers At Miami Worldcenter Approved By FAA To Rise 691 Feet

Naftali Group has obtained height approval from the Federal Aviation Administration for a twin-tower project planned at Miami Worldcenter.

According to a letter issued by the agency on January 13, the developer is permitted to build to a height of 684 feet above ground, or 691 feet above sea level.

Naftali Group purchased the property in March for for $40.5 million.

A sales center for Paramount Miami Worldcenter previously operated on the site.

The Naftali development will have residential units for sale, according to a press release by the developer after acquiring the site last year.

 

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Anonymous
19 days ago

Great density! Finally Brickellites will have somewhere to metro to for a day or night out, without having to drive to Wynwood, Coconut Grove, or Miami Beach to get a change in scenery.

Anonymous
19 days ago

We need a Metromover in Wynwood and Miami Beach so we can metro everywhere!!

Metro-Rich Miami
19 days ago

We should first improve parts of downtown and Brickell that have metro stations already. There are great new recent developments but it’s far from being done … There’s so many areas there that look like Wynwood two years ago. Instead of neglecting current metro zones to build new metro zones we should enhance the ones we have.

Metro-Rich Miami
19 days ago

Builders don’t put the second floor up before they are done with laying down the walls of the first floor.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Metrorail to Miami Beach.

New Anonymous
19 days ago

There sould be a direct bus service from the Coconut Grove Metromover station to Cocowalk and the commercial center of the neighborhood. Parking is a nightmare there, and like that residents and tourists can get there using transit.

Anon
19 days ago

Theres no such thing as a Brickellite. People that live in Miami are called “Miamians”

Anonymous
19 days ago

You’re right. I prefer Brickellista.

Anon
19 days ago

As long as you realize it’s as ridiculous as “Wynwoodite”

We Love Miami
19 days ago

Take pride in the city you live in, not just the neighborhood you live in….there’s a lot to this city outside of Brickell.

BROD City
19 days ago

Brickell loves all of Miami ❤️ and vice versa, but it seems some have this assumption Brickell is done and time to develop new zones outside the metro areas, but it’s making traffic bad and Brickell and Downtown are still vastly incomplete.

There’s plenty of room to provide housing and services along existing metro stops in Brickell Riverside Overtown and Downtown (BROD Miami) x

Instead of continuing to densify a hard to reach narrow zone along the bay we can have a broader core around our metro where people can access and enjoy, if we continue to beautify and add value to these metro areas.

More Parks!
19 days ago

I think people just want to see all of Miami succeed, instead of just Miami’s mini-manhattan; flush with Chinese cash.

People want to see historic neighborhoods like Downtown and Overtown made safe and prosperous again, before billions more are poured into already developed and prosperous Brickell.

BROD Miami
19 days ago

Never heard this theory before… I know first hand many Brickell owners who have American mortgages in Brickell, not Chinese cash (sounds something a troller would say). People in downtown want it to be like Brickell and it can be. People in Brickell want that too, but it doesn’t mean stop investing in Brickell.

It means it is the PRIME time to invest more and grow Brickell, especially the area around the metro where single family homes sit eroding below power lines on crumbling sidewalks next to the Brickell main metro stop and luxury million dollar studios.

Downtown Entitlements
19 days ago

Make downtown and Overtown safe and prosperous again? As if they ever were, and Miami is investing so much to help those areas bail themselves out. How about sharing in this progress?

Anon
19 days ago

There’s no such thing as a CBD-ite, a Wynwoodite, or a Midtowner. And there is no such thing as a “Brickellite” as much as people who live there wish there was.

This is Miami, and we are Miamians.

who cares
19 days ago

They are just harmless terms used to identify what area a person lives in… so stop getting unsettled about them.

More Parks!
19 days ago

But there is only one neighborhood that self specifies like this, and that speaks volumes.

Pleezzee
19 days ago

If you go somewhere else in Florida or in the 50 continuous United States of America, you say, “I’m from Miami Florida.” If you live in Miami, to pin point where you live, you say something like “little Havana.”

And that’s all.. point blank!

Confused Minnesotan
19 days ago

I thought the CBD was downtown on my nifty travel map, but I saw a sign that said CBD in Coconut Grove above a store that sold cigars. I keep seeing CBD signs in other areas too, so funny!

Anonymous
19 days ago

Can’t wait for the renderings!!

Anonymous
19 days ago

Worldcenter will be amazing but I wish the picked up the pace a bit!

Anon
19 days ago

Greatness takes time. It will be 2030 by the time this new neighborhood is finished.

What the?..
19 days ago

For decades there was nothing in the area… no World Center.. nothing. And now you’re impatient with the construction and projects you see World Center doing and planning?

Anon
19 days ago

Keep in mind, while Brickell City Centre was developed by Chinese money MWC is an initiative put forth by locals. They don’t have the full power of the Chinese government behind them – they are facing unprecedented challenges with the pandemic and supply chain issues – I am pulling for them and want to see this neighborhood succeed – a neighborhood by MIAMIANS for MIAMIANS.

We Love Miami
19 days ago

Downvoted by a Swire commie

Not Anonymous
18 days ago

Lol Swire is Hong Kong based, not from the mainland. They are a private conglomerate developing properties overseas. you don’t get more capitalistic than that. Not to mention that BCC was a success and has brought many new people and developments into Brickell.

Anonymous
19 days ago

The Chinese should build a China Town. We need one downtown!!

No
19 days ago

I’d be game for a mini Seoul or little Tokyo but hell-to-the-no do we need a chinese cultural ambassadorship in Miami.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Maybe Ken Russell can start one with a yo-yo shop.

Pleezzee
19 days ago

I would rather see more restaurants in the city and county pass inspection the first time.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Wow. Can’t wait to see these come up!

Anonymous
19 days ago

Where are the street trees? Barren street design.

BORINGGGG!
19 days ago

Do you have any trees in your yard?

Ummm
19 days ago

Having trouble wrapping my mind around this one – you do realize that’s the sales center for the Paramount right? Like, this is not actually the design for two 700′-buildings – that’s a sales center.

The design has not even been revealed yet….