Worldcenter: Don’t Forget About Residential Units

While much of the attention has been focused on the retail, hotel and convention space that will be built as part of Miami Worldcenter, a significant residential component to the project also exists.

According to the most recent plans obtained by exMiami, 3,095 residential units will be built at Worldcenter. Of those, 1,900 will be built as apartments, while the remaining 1,195 units will be sold as condominiums.

72% of the Worldcenter project is owned by CIM Group, although portions will be sold off to other developers. CIM’s projects include 432 Park Avenue in New York, the tallest residential building in the U.S.