The Link Listed For Sale, Buyer Can Develop Tower Adjacent To Worldcenter

A property next to Miami Worldcenter has been listed for sale at $16.5M (it isn’t owned by the developers of Worldcenter).

The property is being called the Link, and includes 24,000 square feet of land at 33-55 N.E. 6th Street. The Caoba apartment tower is just north, separated by railroad tracks that lead to the Port of Miami.

Up to 396,000 square feet of development with a density of 275 residential units can be built.

Colliers International South Florida’s Urban Core Division brokers Mika Mattingly, Jack Lowell and Cecilia Estevez have the listing.

“We expect the site to garner serious interest from developers as Miami World Center is flourishing into a ‘city within a city,’” Mattingly said.

The International Longshoreman Association is the seller.

 

 

 

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Anonymous

let’s start developing other plots first before marketing new ones.

Office Tower, Convention Center? Where are you?

Anonymous

Nothing is being built, and will never get built… It was all a scam…

Anonymous

They have been selling off all the land. They are not planning on building anything.

Anonymous

They didn’t own this parcel of land in the first place.. READ

Anonymous

citizenM, a Dutch-based hotel promoting “affordable luxury” – coming soon

Anonymous

This property is privately owned and NOT a part of MWC. So…errr….. it’s really their call to sell. And besides let the longshoremen and stevedores wet their beaks a little, eh ?! 😉

Anonymous

LOL, I didn’t know MWC was publically owned.

Anonymous

this particular parcel is privately owned and for sale… not the WC proper.

Anonymous

No mall, no hotel, no office tower, nk convention center, no nothing…

Anonymous

they can’t fill the retail space on the ground level of Paramount. No tenants have been announced and owners have started moving in. Hopefully, they haven’t gotten rid of there cars yet. A total ghost town still.

Anonymous

Obviuosly because the area is still a ghost town and it will be such for decades. As long as convention hotel and Skyrise is not built, why would anyone come to this area?

Anonymous

Location, location, location

Anonymous

What you talking about, we have a Ferris wheel and solar trees being built just a stone’s throw away.

Anonymous

Skyriae, what a joke. But why would anyone move to downtown Miami? Do you live under a rock?

Anonymous

Sad because can’t afford to live outside la Sawesera?

Anonymous

So much negativity in here. This area is growing and looking great and it won’t take decades but just 2-3 years.

Anonymous

nothing is being built, its all a lie

Anonymous

What do you mean, 2 of the 4 residential buildings have been finished, the third one is on the way. The Marriott is planned to start next year and they’re starting construction on the citizenM hotel. Nativo is also starting. Shit is happening

Anon

The owner of the site needs to do away with anonymous commenting.

Anonymous

who are you? show us your ID

Anonymous

He is an anonymous commenter who hates anonymous commenters. Self-hate. He is probably affiliated with the developers and doesnt wants any criticism. Like dictators in communism.

Anonymous

Closing start in a few weeks.. nobody has moved in yet.

Anonymous

its not fully developed plus I’m almost certain they’re asking ridiculous commercial rent prices even though its not justified

Anonymous

I really don’t see the flourishing the article is talking about. I see no sign of convention hotel activity, or major retailers vying for space. I see nothing but empty lots in a non-walkable unsafe area.

Anonymous

If you do not see it, you have not walked the property.
Take the Metromover to Wilke D Ferguson or the College North stop and walk north. A rational person would see the progress made and the signs of progress coming. The area is flourishing with jobs and development.

Anonymous

Its all empty lots, nothing is being built

Shawn Kouri

How about a massive office tower at 60 to 70 stories

marc

Don’t know about massive but Hines is supposed to be building one.

Anonymous

Supposed is the correct word. I believe it when I see it.
We’ll live with this empty massive hole of wasteland for decades…

Anonymous

The Hines building is not happening

Anonymous

I’m almost positive that location has around 450′ FAA height restriction. May be around 40 stories is what you could build.

Correction. 700′
http://www.miami-airport.com/library/pdfdoc/MIA_Height_Zoning_Map.pdf

Anonymous

Exciting to see worldcenter coming together…

Anonymous

???

Anonymous

Progressing fine.

marc

Didn’t know land south of the tracks was part of the Miami World Center master plan.

Anonymous

Miami WorldCenter keeps expanding.

Anonymous

??? Where???

Anonymous

he misspelled stagnating…

Anonymous

When complete MWC will consist of good streets, safe, inviting, and beautiful place where people want to be.

Anonymous

MWC is similar to the Midtown Miami project in the scale. It took over ten years and a change in developers, for Midtown to start taking off. Look at it now. Come 2029, World Center will underpin the rest of the CBD urban fold.

Anonymous

Agree.. cities aren’t built overnight.

Anonymous

exactly and it was a shipping containing lot 20 years ago and midtown isn’t even fully built out yet and thriving.

Anonymous

you got thumbs down because you’re knowledgable. some people are just dumb fuc*s.

Anonymous

Ignore the Trolls

Anonymous

Problem is people want immediate gratification.

Anonymous

MWC should flip the convention center hotel site if they’re still developing that ugly box.

Anonymous

“Rome wasn’t built in a day“

Anonymous

Moishe mana is the man that can develop world miami center in record time

Anonymous

The Turks should buy it immediately in order to keep most of their north Okan views from being blocked.

Anonymous

Marriot Marquis will start building the convention center next year.

Go Miami go!

Put a casino there.