Miami planners are currently reviewing a proposal for a mixed-use project with two towers at Miami Worldcenter, plans filed with the city show.
The property is known as Miami Worldcenter Block A, and is owned by Abbhi Capital.
According to the most recent version of the plans filed this month, two towers will rise in phases, at 59 (north) and 33 stories (south).
The north tower will have residential, and will top off at 643 feet above ground, or 655 feet above sea level.
The south tower is planned to include office. It is planned to top off at 453 feet above ground, or 465 feet above sea level.
A parking podium is planned to rise 11 stories, lined with residential on the north side.
Here’s a description of the design from Arquitectonica, the architect for the project:
The project consists of two towers intentionally proposed at different heights to allow for a more dynamic skyline composition. Each tower façade is defined by concave curved frames that vary in proportion vertically. The south tower has frame proportions increasing in scale towards the ground, while the south tower with larger scale frames as it approaches the sky.
The north tower features a concave glass volume on the uppermost floors that defines the transition from the tower to the sky. This feature is treated with reflective glass which further emphasizes the skyline feature through its materiality that differs from the lower floors.
The combined towers are proposed to include:
558 residential units
368,362 square feet of office
7,109 square foot ground floor restaurant
1,319 vehicle parking spaces (of which 310 are EV), plus 682 bike spaces
The design and use is subject to change, since the project is still in the approval process. The project plans were first submitted to the city in 2022, and previous iterations included hotel rooms.
The most recent rendering filed with the city this month: