World Trade Center Developer Gets $50 Million Loan

The developer who is planning the World Trade Center of the Americas obtained a $49.5 million mortgage to buy the Biscayne Boulevard land where the project is planned.

The loan was issued last week, at the same time that the developer closed on the property for $65 million.

Deutsche Bank is the lender. 340 Biscayne Owner, LLC is the borrower.

340 Biscayne lists an Aventura address that is the same as the developer of Regalia in Sunny Isles. The mortgage was signed for by João Woiler, an attorney from São Paulo who lists himself as an authorized representative of the borrower.

World Trade Center of the Americas would become the tallest building in Miami if construction began today. It is slated to include residential, office and hotel uses.

 




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Anonymous
5 years ago

Any building that’s not another condo is good in my book.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Considering the people that are involved, I believe this tower will not look like the rendering but be a bit more luxurious looking without loosing that executive touch. I’m glad things for WTC are coming along though.

Anonymous
5 years ago

All I really want to know is the start of construction date.

Dany
5 years ago

I love this building, I only wish for a point top instead a square but overall is a plus 🙂

Anonymous
5 years ago

A wedged pointed top like Chrysler building in NYC but modernized would look nice. ?

marc
5 years ago

The top is the only thing that really bothers me. Had it been slanted or spired it’d make it more interesting for me. As it stands it’s kind of bland for such a prominent location.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I completely dislike this building design. It is an unimaginative box wrapped with a faux ribbon. No box should be that tal. It looks as if you can tip it over. Someone please send Arquitectonica a skyscraper design book.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Nothing creative about that bldg design. Obviously it was Architectonica

Anonymous
5 years ago

I Wish it was all office space..

Anonymous
5 years ago

There is already a surplus of office space indowntown… The “if you build it, they will come” development philosophy may not work here.

Anonymous
5 years ago

lmao so why are they reaching record prices ? get out of here

Omar bomeny
5 years ago

Gilberto is my grandfather and I spoke to him about the building but the demolition has began yet

Frank B.
5 years ago

When will your grandfather begin construction? and when do they expect the building to be completed ?

Yet Another Anonymous
5 years ago

Me likes

The only remaining question would be, is this too good for Miami? History would tell us yes.