Site Work, Phased Vertical Permits Applied For At 67-Story JEM Miami Worldcenter

The developer of the 67-story JEM Private Residences at Miami Worldcenter is quickly moving through the permitting process.

According to Miami Building Department records, an application for both a phased vertical permit and a site work permit was submitted last week.

Coastal Construction is named as the contractor on both new filings.

The master construction permit was applied for in December and has completed its first cycle of review.

The tower is planned to include 259 condo units on levels 39-61, and 530 multi-family units on levels 10-38.

The building is planned to top off at at 699 feet, which is the maximum permitted in the area.

New York-based Naftali Groupis the developer.

 

 


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Dean
30 days ago

Park West is the best!

David
30 days ago

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Anon
30 days ago

Featured resident of the week ^

Cover the Podiums
30 days ago

Bot account

Anonymous
30 days ago

lol clearly another bot, it’s not even built yet. Looks like a Brickell knock off for mass market

Anon
30 days ago

The most expensive building in the city is literally directly across the street.

Anonymous
30 days ago

This isn’t in Brickell

Anonymous
29 days ago

While MWC is tackling critical issues in this area, I’m disappointed by the plan and overall strategy. It feels like a recycled version of previous proposed class A designs in prime Brickell locations along the Underline, which have since been improved, showing a lack of originality. And yeah, the rendering shows a park that doesn’t exist, doesn’t it?

Tim
29 days ago

MWC will be fine in few years.. Too many keyboard city planners on here

Anon
29 days ago

Chat GPT

Anonymous
29 days ago

Your two-word non-substantive post is more likely a bot.

anonymous
30 days ago

I visited downtown last saturday and it already looks imposing and okan and waldorf astoria have n’t even started vertical construction , it’s fantastic how Downtown miami is being redeveloped

Nancy
30 days ago

If they also build the SkyRise it will be fantastic. Even with a new design but the poor is that we need an observation deck and that location is the perfect one for that. That could be our Eiffel Tower. Every major city has a representative observation deck, Miami what are you waiting for?

Archeologist of miami
30 days ago

We are digging up cement and metal bones of this Skyrise which was doomed 65 millions yrs ago

Nancy
30 days ago

It was PAUSED not canceled. We just need a developer to pick it up.

Metromover rider
29 days ago

Okan goes vertical end of this month!!

Frank
30 days ago

All I hear about is Park West in The Next Miami. From ghost town to the place to be in 2 years.

Dean
30 days ago

It will soon be the coolest spot to live in Miami! Wide sidewalks, shading trees, tons of stores, restaurants and entertainment venues, museums, parks, a University, Miami Central, Metromover, the Arena, perfectly located in between Brickell and Wynwood. With the so many cool hotels, office space, the residential buildings being built and the thousands of people moving in… I mean, it’s a no brainer!

Anonymous
30 days ago

The coolest spot is between downtown and coconut grove.

Jem
30 days ago

Brickell will always be the financial district but Park West is set to become the true residential Mecca of Miami. Can’t wait.

Dave
30 days ago

Lots of office buildings coming in to Park West too. What we need though is a huge convention center!

Al Czervik
30 days ago

Genting would be having the the Grand Opening of a waterfront Convention Center with 4,000 hotel rooms, a million sq ft of retail, a marina, and baywalk active with restaurants by now.

The voters were manipulated. (Again)

Anonymous
30 days ago

Park west is a fancy named for Downtown central, the mass market tourist hub and Times Square of Miami

Anon
30 days ago

Stunning tower by one of New Yorks most respected luxury developers

Anonymous
30 days ago

I don’t think the developer is from New York.

Anon
29 days ago

“Naftali Group, a privately held global real estate development and investment firm based in New York City, has a prestigious track record leading some of the most significant developments and landmark restorations.”

Anon
30 days ago

Looking forward to having naftali active in this neighborhood

Anonymous
30 days ago

Who’s that?

Anon
30 days ago

The developer.

Brooklyn
30 days ago

can TNM provide a map of all the MWC/Park West developments in the pipeline? Hard to keep track…

Anonymous
30 days ago

Check Cranewatch.

Truth Matters
30 days ago

Gorgeous building

anonymous
30 days ago

I’m not crazy about the podium..

Anonymous
30 days ago

I like the part with a park and sidewalk, rather than the reality of a dingy backstreet overshadowed by a Metromover flyover.

Anonymous
30 days ago

I like Southside Park more, it’s more exclusive than this common area along two highways.

Calivalle
30 days ago

Beautiful tower,great addition to the Miami skyline

Anonymous
29 days ago

In Spanglish, is “jem” pronounced “gem” or “hem”?

Anonymous
29 days ago

Hem, as in the tailor used a matching thread for the hem.

Anon
30 days ago

“The tower is planned to include 259 condo units on levels 39-61, and 530 multi-family units on levels 10-38.”

Whats the difference between a condo unit and a multi-family unit?

Anonymous
30 days ago

One you buy, one you rent.

Chuk
26 days ago

Do you Florida residents live in this high end residences. It so expensive

CERTIFIED BRICKELL BOY
30 days ago

Park west wants to be us sooo bad 😩😂🤣

Michael
30 days ago

Why do these buildings have such poor design. This is miami, get with it and design an awesome building.

Anon
30 days ago

This is a beautiful design – what don’t you like about it?

Anonymous
30 days ago

It’s not in Brickell. Filler like this is fine for downtown.

Anon
30 days ago

LOL meanwhile you have garbage like “EmPiRe BriCkell” going up

Anon
30 days ago

You wanna see filler? Check out the proposal for “Empire” Brickell

Cover the Podiums
30 days ago

The architecture of miami from a street perspective is just blank podiums. Embarrasing as hell

Debbie
30 days ago

Ground floors are all stores…

Anon
30 days ago

I see a gold metal-panel perforated screen with multiple green walls – where do you see blank wall?

Cover the Podiums
30 days ago

its a lifeless 100ft wall

Anon
30 days ago

Ah right – I forgot you prefer fake windows painted on the podium as a solution – excuse me if I don’t take your architectural opinion that seriously

Anonymous
30 days ago

Agree the podiums need liner units and glass anywhere in core

Anon
30 days ago

thats not always possible.

Kitty w
30 days ago

I agree with you podium person. Lived right next to this and it’ll honesty just be another bougy wall similar to Brickell flatiron. It gets old fast.