Miami’s Urban Development Review Board voted last month to approve a proposal for multiple new towers at Miami Worldcenter.
The proposal includes three new towers at the Miami World Tower site, where a 53-story tower is nearing completion, bringing the total to four on the property.
Two of the three new towers are proposed to rise 68 stories each, with a shorter one at 25 stories.
The UDRB vote came with the following recommendation:
Reduce the project’s massing by substituting one L-shaped building in place of the two buildings presented.
The three new towers are proposed to include 2,043 multifamily residential units, 2,944 square feet commercial space, and 807 parking spaces. The tower now under construction will have 557 apartments, bringing the total residential unit count to 2,600.