Miami Worldcenter is set to change Downtown Miami, here is a list of every tower announced
Downtown Miami will pass through some significant transformation in the upcoming years, and Miami Worldcenter, the 27-acre project, is responsible for a large number of developments under construction or in planning. The Worldcenter it’s considered one of the biggest urban development project in the United States, and the plans are still uncovering.
Only last month, two new towers were announced, and more towers should come soon, aside from many projects being built in every direction nearby by other developers.
Here is a look at every project proposed on site:
Paramount Miami Worldcenter – Completed just a few days ago, the 60-story tower has 569 luxury condominiums.
One Worldcenter – With Hines has developer; the project encompasses a 45-story office tower with around 600,000 square feet of Class A office space. Construction to be announced. (main picture)
Marriott Marquis Hotel & Convention Center – A 54-story hotel tower with 1,700 hotel rooms and 500,000 square feet of convention space. Construction to be announced.
Luma – a 43-story tower with 434 luxury rental apartments. Construction started this year and completion is planned for 2022.
Caoba – a 43-story tower with 444 rental apartments, completed earlier this year.
Caoba 2 – a 40-story tower with 411 rental apartments. Construction permits have been filed.
Kenect – 39-story tower with 450 rental co-living apartments, including micro-units. Approval process underway, construction to be announced.
Kenect 2 – 79-story tower to be built as Kenect’s second phase with 468 residential units. Construction start date not yet known.
Fifield Tower – a 47-story tower with 533 residential unveiled a few months ago. Construction to be announced.
CitizenM Hotel – a 12-story hotel with 351 rooms. Construction should start soon.
Block E – Lalezarian Properties of New York recently purchased the property, which includes density rights for up to 2,500 units. Construction to be announced.
Retail – Around 300,000 square feet is under construction, with delivery soon and more planned.