Photos: Glass Installation At Worldcenter’s Seventh Street Apartments

Glass Installation us underway at Miami Worldcenter’s Seventh Street Apartments (Block G):

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Anonymous
4 years ago

going to be great

Anonymous
4 years ago

That area looks like it’s in a mess I hope other businesses around it put fourth the effort to help clean it up.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Between MiamiCentral and Miami World Center, this is a construction zone.. probably for next 3-4 years.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Not talking about the construction I know that much besides that around the construction area. Needs landscaping, sidewalks, new roads ETC.

Anonymous
4 years ago

The entire area is being revitalized.. public/private partnerships.. these two large projects will generate more investment.. look at what Mary Brickell Village and BCC have done for that area.

Anonymous
4 years ago

exciting architecture

Anonymous
4 years ago

Progress comes with a little scarify and mess at the beginning ……. then a nice change will emerge 🙂

Hilux
4 years ago

Hideous pedestal with two repulsive towers; this particular project is the ugly duck of the entire MWC project

Anonymous
4 years ago

Does that mean you won’t be living in one of these “repulsive towers?” Also, because of these “ugly duck” towers, does that mean you won’t be visiting the MWC project when it’s completed?

William
4 years ago

Talk about the loss of glass? Look at the renderings vision of floor to ceiling glass work. I think it’s nearly 70% less than what was sold in the concept drawings? It’s certainly there right to build it cheap and I would probably build it that way myself. But gosh.

Maybe the stucco job will make up for it? Or maybe they’ll clad it in centria or Reynobond panels?

Anonymous
4 years ago

I don’t think that you are correct. The first photo is the same vantage point of the rendering. There seems to be the same amount of glass. The other photos seem to be showing the back of the building. It’s just a different view. Also, I’ve seen comments lately praising the use of a lot of glass. Miami is in STILL a sub-tropical climate. Glass is not our friend, no matter how good it looks.