The Miami Worldcenter Makes Headway in Development
After 15 years of setback after setback, construction on the Miami Worldcenter is finally underway. The Worldcenter is just north of downtown Miami and when it’s complete will be a sight to behold.
Valued at $2 billion, the Miami Worldcenter will actually create its own miniature skyline upon completion. With Art Falcone and Nitin Motwani taking the lead on development, things are moving along smoothly. The development will have several great amenities as well as a retail front along the street, an office tower, two separate apartment buildings, and the Marriott Marquis convention center.
The unique Miami Worldcenter will also boast a 4-acre amenity deck 90 feet in the sky. The development is drawing buyers from all over the world to invest in the Worldcenter.
Development on the main attraction, the Paramount Miami Worldcenter is already underway and making leaps of progress! The construction is past the 45th floor of a 60-story building. According to the developer, Dan Kodsi, the Tower’s 530 units and the 30 guest suites are already up to 73% sold.
The other mixed-use project’s buildings are in different areas of progress, this includes the retail, commercial and other residential components. Some are nearly complete where other buildings have yet to be begun.
The Worldcenter is just one of the new developments going into the area. It’s surrounded by high-end developments that are bringing even more value to the area. As a community, they’re coming together to create something beautiful and make the world take a second look.