Photos Show Topped Off 40-Story Caoba Miami Worldcenter 2

New photos by Phillip Pessar show the topped off second tower at Caoba Miami Worldcenter.

The under-construction tower topped off this summer at 40 stories and will have 411 residential units.

Caoba’s first phase was a 43-story tower completed in 2019.

When both towers are open, the two towers will have a combined 855 apartments, along with 888 parking spaces (the garage was completed with the first towers).

The property is reportedly owned by companies linked to Flow founder Adam Neumann.

 

 

 

(photos: Phillip Pessar)

 

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Anon
1 month ago

Coaba is awful. So much stucco…small windows – metal railing – and that podium design with the squares and zig zag is just not it. Really cheap looking building. Thank god for the other MWC projects bringing some glass to the table.

archinerd
1 month ago

it is very, real, underwhelming

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another building stuck in stucco

Anonymous
1 month ago

The rendering depicted so much glass. What happened?

Anonymous
1 month ago

It hasn’t even been painted yet, sheesh.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They won’t add the amount of glass used after it’s painted, sheesh.

Anon
1 month ago

Where’s all the glass? The renderings are way off

Anon
1 month ago

They cheaped out. The stucco at the top is already water stained and dreary. They opted for metal picket railings so no glass there either. They went with the absolute cheapest version of this building they could put together and it shows :-/

Anon
1 month ago

It’s a great area for affordable housing at least

Anon
1 month ago

These buildings are the opposite of affordable – which is why the lazy design is frustrating.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well it’s decent compared to Downtown 5th or The Crosby. The bar is pretty low.

Anon
1 month ago

The Crosby is a far nicer building. Not sure how it’s so hard to see that.

Anonymous
1 month ago

At least there is some street level interaction at the first few floors at human scale, and better than a giant awful mural like SLS and CitizenM.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Human interaction from those small (maybe bathroom) windows?

Topped
1 month ago

I wanna be topped off

Huh
1 month ago

With stucco or glass?

Kitty w
1 month ago

This building gives me lazy bottom vibes

Anon
1 month ago

It’s giving DL vibes

Anonymous
1 month ago

Should’ve been 50 twins…

Anonymous
1 month ago

*story

Gio
1 month ago

So will there be another we work business ??

Anonymous
1 month ago

Are those zig zag cutouts or just the shadows of the balconies? I don’t get it.

Downtown Vagabond
1 month ago

It’s going to add a lot to the community. However, why doesn’t TNM add expected completion dates to their articles?

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

I think it looks good. It glassy enough, but not too glassy that it blends in with the other all glass towers going up.

Metal railings age better too.

The podium is barely noticeable.

The building with actual liveable units goes all the way down to the street level. Something you rarely see in Miami.

Anon
1 month ago

The building right next door also goes to the ground

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol so subjective

Anon
1 month ago

I don’t see how that makes it more livable.

Anon
1 month ago

Proof your call to liner units doesn’t work unless it’s done right. A podium is better in this scenario

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another building that noone will move into

Name
1 month ago

Isn’t the current one fully occupied?

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

the first tower was full within a few months, there plenty of demand. This isn’t 2008

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good, you probably can’t afford it anyway.