Rendering Released Of 45-Story Tower Planned North Of Worldcenter

The developers planning a 45-story tower north of the Signature Bridge appear to have released a rendering of what they are planning, according to a social media post by Traded Miami.

Developers Dan Kodsi and Rafael Pecchio closed on the property last week, and Pecchio said they plan to break ground on the tower within a year, according to previous reports.

The project will include:

  • 200 apartments
  • Ground floor retail
  • 8-story parking podium

Nomadas is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
11 months ago

That’s one big excavator.

Anonymous
11 months ago

that is the one we need to remove Toston Carollo from this town for good.

Azarius
11 months ago

😂🤣

Anonymous
11 months ago

ABAJO CAROLLO!!!

meta
11 months ago

Be careful, Anonymous! He’ll come after you. Make sure you check behind all the shrubbery.

Anonymous
11 months ago

I hope that colored part gets an LED installation, at least

DJL Cyber
11 months ago

It would look nice if it was consistent with the colored balconies.

Anonymous
11 months ago

I probably could’ve made a better rendering on Microsoft Paint

meta
11 months ago

Cue someone on here to say “If you’re so smart, why don’t you just do it yourself, hmm?”

Anonymous
11 months ago

The Monkey Wrench Building

Not Anonymous
11 months ago

More like King Kong wrench building

Anonymous
11 months ago

More units, more people, more cars and nothing to improve life and transportation in this area. Wake up before it’s too late.

Anonymous
11 months ago

waaaahhhhhh ahh ahh ahhhh….

lol…

Sommon Cense
11 months ago

Will forever look like a building in the last phase of construction

Melo is sigma and chad
11 months ago

Good infill, thank you Melo for getting others attracted to this area.

Anonymous
11 months ago

God you’re annoying

Anonymous
11 months ago

Homophobic much??

Anonymous
11 months ago

…and it seems any mention of a President who never had a an approval rating as low as 30 percent evokes certain German politics in your head, where he lives rent-free.

Anonymous
11 months ago

^ Only someone as delusional as you would give props to a man who think he was cheated in the last presidential election.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Positioning your political opposition as “hitler” is probably both the most common and lowest form of argument that exists.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Not impressed.

Melo is sigma and chad
11 months ago

This tower is more impressive than the majority of towers in Tokyo, Hong Kong and NYC.

Anonymous
11 months ago

The ones in Tokyo and Hong Kong are made out of mud and piss..
The ones in NYC are made out of Rats 🐀

Anonymous
11 months ago

And you’re full of $hit!

Anonymous
11 months ago

NYC rat detected 🚨

Anonymous
11 months ago

^ Rats?.. okay, we’ll get on the case.

– Iguana hunters of South Florida

Anonymous
11 months ago

Careful there I will call our boy Python Cowboy 🏹 to hunt you down RAT from New Yoak..

Anonymous
11 months ago

I think you’re getting Tokyo and NYC mixed up with Wuhan and Mumbai respectively.

Anonymous
11 months ago

What in the hell are you talking about…….the delusion

Anonymous
11 months ago

This is Miami, not New York, Chicago, London…..what were you expecting?

Anonymous
11 months ago

Another uninspiring building with a parking pedestal.

Anonymous
11 months ago

this is an apartment building. No developer cares what the building looks like. Only that it can get high occupancy.

Not Anonymous
11 months ago

It inspires people to be wrenches

Anonymous
11 months ago

Looks better than that BS Arquitectonica designs.

Anonymous
11 months ago

The building looks unfinished

Anonymous
11 months ago

The oval shape is interesting but it kinda stops there.

Anonymous
11 months ago

how much did this rendering cost?

Anonymous
11 months ago

It was free inside that Tonka Excavator box.

Anonymous
11 months ago

20 bucks on Fiverr

Anonymous
11 months ago

Looking at the picture, the tower supposed to resemble the excavator below it , looks tacky

Anonymous
11 months ago

Even Kobi Karp’s interns can design a better building

Anonymous
11 months ago

Different

Anonymous
11 months ago

Nice filler

Anonymous
11 months ago

There are so many empty lots and parking lots around this area, why are we tearing down existing buildings before those are built up

Anonymous
11 months ago

Because those empty lots you’re talking about is owned by someone.

Anonymous
11 months ago

There is no WE, there is a THEY, and THEY are the owners of these properties who get to do what THEY want with them.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Well there’s an argument to be made that taxpayers are currently subsidizing the owners of these underutilized land plots in the middle of a high value area. Thanks to all the public improvements made around the plot (water, sewer, road, storm water), the return on these public investments is much lower when the lot is unimproved and not collecting a higher property tax .

The current tax system also incentivizes land speculation as the property tax on an unimproved lot is pennies on the dollar of a lot that’s been built up. So it rewards those who add nothing to the area by keeping their lots unactivated and simply wait for others to work and make the area nicer raising the property value of all lots around.

Simple changes to the tax code would incentivize far greater utilization of lots in desirable areas

Anonymous
11 months ago

^ Lets see… fix up areas the city owns around these empty lots and parking lots now and that way you don’t disturb any future development that we may see there or wait until someone build something on those lots and then come in later and tear up the streets and property around them?

Hmmm….

Anonymous
11 months ago

^Bullshit arguement…. they also are not using those services with vacant land. And they have no obligation to improve their neighbors values. Nice try though.

Anonymous
11 months ago

The services are already in place though, and they’re not cheap. In order to gain a greater return on investment for the city/county and the taxpayers, a far greater utilization of the land would be needed which can be obtained by a change in the tax code.

Anonymous
11 months ago

…. the services that THEY AREN’T USING. Nice try at getting a free ride for developers paid for by vacant lot owners. What developer are you working for these days?

Anonymous
11 months ago

It doesn’t matter if they are using the services or not, the infrastructure investment has already been made and is being underutilized by unactivated lots. You’re argument only makes sense if someone has a plot of land off the grid with zero public investment. Since there has been taxpayer money put in via services, the city should be after maximum returns on their infrastructure investment, which would entail a change in the tax code.

This isn’t even a far fetched proposal, cities all over the world already do this to good success

Anonymous
11 months ago

^^yes it DOES matter–why should they pay for something they aren’t using and have zero use for??

“The city should be after maximum returns” –lol, even at the expense of fairness.

Your agenda is clearly to coax vacant lot development through taxation, and to have vacant lot owners subsidize public upgrades that only benefit building owners.

How many of these “cities all over the world” doing this are located here in freedom-loving America?

Anonymous
11 months ago

you don’t contribute anything other than bitching and moaning about the movers and shakers

Anonymous
11 months ago

this is a lively area, with this project and the next melo project coming up it will be a lot better.all this activity could encourage developers to revive the big project that was planned on the empty lots owned by the miami school board

Anonymous
11 months ago

Won’t happen
Shelved

Ciparoo
11 months ago

Erm ok

Anonymous
11 months ago

Check out the proposed building on SFBJ website, an office building in Key Biscayne.
Designed by Venezuela architects. THAT is amazing design. Can we get these guys
to design high rises here? Unless they only do smaller projects.

Anonymous
11 months ago

I’m confused…is that… orange-painted stucco? Just….why?

Anonymous
11 months ago

I needed a good laugh!

Anonymous
11 months ago

The location is a shame. This is a block consisting of more or less intact, older, low-scale commercial buildings. Normally, I’m all for new buildings, but this site doesn’t make sense, if I’m placing it correctly.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Sheesshhh!.. go back to sleep.