Photo: Construction Continues At Caoba Miami Worldcenter, Likely To Become Part Of Adam Neumann’s Flow

Construction is continuing at the second phase of Caoba Miami Worldcenter, according to a photo by Ryan RC Rea.

Caoba will have a total of 855 apartments and 888 parking spaces. It is reportedly owned by companies linked to Flow founder Adam Neumann.

The first 43-story Caoba tower with 444 units was completed in 2019, along with the 888-space garage and ground floor retail.

The second tower broke ground this year and will have 411 units in 40 stories.

In addition to Caoba Miami Worldcenter, companies linked to Neumann are said to have recently purchased Yard8 in Midtown Miami (387 apartments) and Society Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale (639 units).

According to the New York Times, Neumann’s new venture called Flow will launch in 2023, and will operate the apartment buildings that have been purchased while also managing others.

The goal is to entirely rethink the apartment market, similar to how Neumann’s WeWork transformed the office market.

 

(photo: Ryan RC Rea)

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Anonymous
1 month ago

888 more cars downtown. Great urban planning Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

At some when density is higher, people will leave those cars home and use the extended Metromover that will hopefully come soon…. hopefully.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Except little Metromover can’t take 888 cars off the street, let alone 88.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yea unfortunately traffic downtown will truly have to become unbearable for people to ditch their cars

Anonymous
1 month ago

They will probably cut down one lane on Biscayne for bikes and pedestrians so that will help slowing down traffic. But if they don’t extend the Metromover it will be a mess

Anonymous
1 month ago

*sigh*

People who live downtown and own a car don’t own those cars for the capability to get around downtown… they have the metromover to do that.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The Metromover goes to like a couple of places. Until it goes to Midtown and other areas of Miami plus Miami Beach AND inside Miami Beach, it’s just a gimmick.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Did you even read the comment?.. it said – “People who live downtown and own a car don’t own those cars for the capability to get around downtown… they have the metromover to do that.”

Now what don’t you understand about that comment? And the metromover was not built as a “gimmick,” you’re just witnessing too many clueless chefs in the kitchen who’re saying what should be done with it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It wasn’t built to be extended beyond Greater Downtown Miami as a regioal system either. Metrorail was, alas people rallying for Metromover extensions obviously want a free ride rather than real transit solutions.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
Miami will never flourish in any kind of endeavor the city and county need to explore with what it already has because some of these elected officials read doubting BS people like you write on these sites as if you’re some kind of expert on the subject.

HOT
1 month ago

Add air conditioning to the meto mover stations

Anonymous
1 month ago

Gee.. they made it free to use for this clown and he still wants more… smdh.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’ll make two-thirds of its users i.e., the homeless happy.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
How do you know that two thirds of the people who ride the Metromover are homeless?

Lenny
1 month ago

Not really, the 11 or 12 sqeaky wheels in the comments section have already “ditched” their cars.

The morally inferior will take the public transportation occasionally and keep their vehicles for taking trips to the store or the child seats for swimming lessons.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“The morally inferior will take the public transportation occasionally?”

Geez, now you can’t leave the car at home and take public transportation because it’s more convenient without someone thinking you’re doing it because you’re just a sissy.

smdh…

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Oh yes because everyone who will own a car will drive at the same time and just drive around the downtown area

Anonymous
1 month ago

As density increase, traffic density does too. Look at LA or NYC.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The second tower should’ve been taller not shorter!

Anonymous
1 month ago

They will build supertalls just behind it so it’s cool

Anonymous
1 month ago

At least they stuck to the original design, with the barely passing crown. A taller tower would likely would have been another boring box.

Azure
1 month ago

Bonus Natiivo shot on he right.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Entirely rethink the apartment market aka lose billions of other peoples money…

Anonymous
1 month ago

if they are stupid enough to trust this guy….then….its too bad

Anonymous
1 month ago

People lose money everyday playing in the Stock Market. Ain’t nothing guaranteed.

Anonymous
1 month ago

When will retail space, restaurants and so forth open at Worldcenter?!?

Volvoshine
1 month ago

Laurel is opening in the next 2 weeks

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yaaas can’t wait! Hopefully many will follow soon!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

man…that place looks nice inside….im waiting!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Where have you seen pictures of the inside? I did a quick search and can’t find anything.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Haha..before this WorldCenter project came, there was nothing in that area for decades, but now you’re impatient?

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Now”? Construction has been going on for years so yes, we are impatient because we live here and we’d love to take a walk and get a cup of coffee or do some shopping or just see proper sidewalks and people.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I see that comment above got three thumb down votes. “we are impatient because we live here.” So if you’ve been living in Miami long enough, you know that that area sat empty for a long time before this MWC project came along. And you should know that if the developers of MWC hadn’t made the decision to buy this piece of property and build the MWC project, it would’ve sat empty for you don’t know how many years. That means that you and these other people who just want to “walk and get a cup of coffee or do some shopping” there would’ve probably been waiting another ten years into the future until you saw something being done. If you think I’m wrong, just look at how long you’ve been waiting to see a Metrorail expansion since the 1/2 cent gas tax was implemented? And the money to do that comes from you!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Now”? Construction has been going on for years so yes”

And we saw that land sit empty for years and years, which has been far longer than we’ve seen construction going on at this site… and that shit is a fact son, so hold your horses.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami Worldcenter Winning.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol Neumann is a hack con artist who called wework a “tech” company 😂

Anonymous
1 month ago

Adam Neumann is like soy offspring of Elon Musk.

BuildBackButter
1 month ago

Is the yellow crane in the foreground for the Okan Tower?