Photos: Construction Continues At 53-Story Miami World Tower

Construction is continuing at the 53-story Miami World Tower, according to photos by Ryan RC Rea.

The 579-foot tower will include:

  • 565 apartments
  • 3,000 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 401 parking spaces

(photos: Ryan RC Rea)




 

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Melo is sigma and chad
6 months ago

I love it, nearly every block has piling work being done on it in this area. Lets see if the Okan tower pulls through now

Anonymous
6 months ago

Okan tower really needs to get started, with the real estate market in Miami right now the price per sq foot has probably nearly doubled from when they first bought the site. No excuse to not build the tower already!

Pile.
6 months ago

They said groundbreaking should take place in June.

Melo is sigma and chad
6 months ago

doubt, theyre going to take forever like that twin tower on the river next to ivy and mint.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Don’t hold your breath

Anonymous
6 months ago

i really like this project….good addition to worldcenter

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s a nice design

Gomez
6 months ago

Nice building.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Damn Miami is looking beautiful 😍 especially in 3 to 4 yrs!

Anonymous
6 months ago

It will be home to all the new New Yorkers coming to town…

Anonymous
6 months ago

Stay in NY

Anonymous
6 months ago

Don’t tell me what to do

Anonymous
6 months ago

Please stay in NY

Anonymous
6 months ago

When are they going to get started on that 2 story retail block directly to the south of it? Odd that it has not been started yet while most of the other retail is well underway.

Anonymous
6 months ago

There won’t be enough business demand for retail without a major hotel and office building

Anonymous
6 months ago

It has already started, it is being build along the second Caoba tower, also already under construction.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Man what a beauty.

Anonymous
6 months ago

when is completion expected?

M s
6 months ago

2100

Anonymous
6 months ago

Nothing new

Elpit Onaso
6 months ago

Ugly design. Just another cereal box.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Look around you. Glass boxes are the “in” design in most modern cities. Don’t like it? Move to the country.

Elpit Onaso
6 months ago

We need more building with more sophistication. Look at NYC

Anonymous
6 months ago

Surprisingly a decently concealed parking pedestal, but same old boring cigarette box.