Worldcenter Signs Utilities Deal For Restaurant & Office Building At Block E

Miami Worldcenter has signed a utilities deal at Block E which will allow for a restaurant and office building to begin construction.

A construction permit was filed on December 1 and remains pending, city records show.

According to the newly filed utilities agreement, the new two-story building at Block E will include:

  • 7,250 square feet of fast food restaurant
  • 12,250 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 19,500 square feet of office

The developer will pay a connection charge estimated at $125,386.62, and a special connection charge of $75,057.12.

Total construction cost of the new building is listed at $8.5 million on the construction permit filing.

The 52-story Miami World Tower will be built right next to the new building, and a construction permit has been applied for to begin work.

The 7th Street Promenade which the new building will line is already complete. There is also retail space lining the south side of the promenade, although there are no tenants yet.

Another retail building known as the jewel box recently began construction at Worldcenter’s Block F East across the street. A separate large retail project is also nearing completion there.

A much larger office building is also planned at Worldcenter by Hines, but there is no construction permit pending for that site.

 

 

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Anonymous
4 days ago

So when is Caoba going to getting its second tower

Azarius
4 days ago

Per the rendering no time soon

Casey
4 days ago

Hines update?

Anonymous
4 days ago

Man I hope the Hines tower goes forward.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Agreed. It’s beautiful. I hope it doesnt get dumbed down.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Can’t wait for the rest of the projects to be built.

Anonymous
4 days ago

You better….wait.

Anonymous
4 days ago

lmao

Anonymous
4 days ago

Where can I get of coffee at MWC?
Nowhere.
Nitwin: pay for a coffee cart in front of Paramount. It’s a start.

Anonymous
3 days ago

You can always go to a 7-11 and get coffee.

Anonymous
16 hours ago

All Day

Anonymous
4 days ago

Juat an incredible transformation of the area over the last decade…totally unrecognizable.

Anonymous
4 days ago

This is gonna be such a major catalyst for downtown/Park West.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Two stories? Really?

Anonymous
3 days ago

yes

Azarius
4 days ago

We need the hotel and convenient center to be built

Anonymous
4 days ago

hotel and “convenient” center?

Anonymous
4 days ago

Yeah, he wants a 7/11 on the corner

BDub
4 days ago

And it’s an easy walk to Extreme Axe Throwing Miami

Anonymous
4 days ago

Again, as beautiful and exciting this area might start to shape up, its success will ultimately depend on anchors on either side: Convention hotel, and Skyrise. These two will definitely ensure foot traffic and no shovel has been moved for either at this point.

Anonymous
4 days ago

The convention center and hotel need a redesign and Skyrise… LOL, no.

Anonymous
3 days ago

… and no, no, No!!!… Skyrise.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Making progress.. a lot of positive buzz about the WorldCenter project… area will be exciting when complete.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Soooo, total shopping plaza look..!!

Anonymous
3 days ago

Well, for you, I guess the place should look like a car manufacturing plant.

Anonymous
2 days ago

I heard last week that Hines is not moving forward with their office building.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Miami winning

Anonymous
4 days ago

Ha!.. Miami is going get a highrise building that looks like a Mexican car with flames painted on it.

Anonymous
4 days ago

first

Anonymous
4 days ago

Wow an achievement. Make sure to put it on your resume.

Anonymous
4 days ago

… and ain’t saying nothing.

Anonymous
4 days ago

I was the ninth down vote of your post, so there’s that.

Anonymous
3 seconds ago

Huh? Clueless in Miami…sorry I just don’t get it. First?