FAA Building Permits Filed For 600 Miami Worldcenter In Downtown Miami

600 Miami Worldcenter. Credit: ArX Creative.

Building permits have been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for 600 Miami Worldcenter, a 32-story residential tower planned at 600 Northeast 1st Avenue in Downtown Miami. Designed by Revuelta Architecture International and developed by a joint venture partnership between Aria Development Group and Merrimac Ventures, the project is planned to yield 606 residential units in studio, one and two-bedroom floor plans, offering owners the option to list on short-term rental platforms.

According to the FAA filing dated May 23, the tower is set to rise 327 feet above ground, or 339 feet above sea level. A total of 12 building permits were applied for at the site, which spans 34,800 square feet across four land parcels within the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter development, bound by Northeast 1st Avenue on the east, Northeast 6th Street on the south, the development site for Related Group and Merrimac’s The Crosby on the west, and train tracks abutting Caoba Miami Worldcenter on the north.

FAA filing for 600 Miami Worldcenter.

The following images depict the general footprint of the tower based on the provided coordinates for each permit filing.

Coordinates mapped out on Google Earth. Edit by Oscar Nunez.

Coordinates mapped out on Google Earth. Edit by Oscar Nunez.

Coordinates mapped out on Google Earth. Edit by Oscar Nunez.

Alongside the FAA filing, another demolition permit was filed with Miami’s Building Department on May 16 for a 5,000-square-foot structure at 33 Northeast 6th Street with The BG Group LLC. The scope of work is estimated to cost $30,000. A separate demolition permit, filed in December 2022, remains pending for a 2,627-square-foot structure at 600 Northeast 1st Avenue.

May 16 demolition permit filing for 33 Northeast 6th Street.

Demolition permit filing from December 2022 for 600 Northeast 1st Avenue.

The imminent rise of the 600 Miami Worldcenter will bring a new wave of short-term rental-ready accommodations to the heart of Miami. These 606 residences, meticulously furnished and finished, will offer owners the freedom to lease their units on various platforms such as Airbnb, Expedia, Vrbo, and more.

600 Miami Worldcenter – Kitchen. Credit: Aria Development Group, Merrimac Ventures.

Residences, designed and curated by The Design Agency, will have various features, including floor-to-ceiling glass windows with custom treatments, balconies offering stunning views of Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami, and finished flooring. The custom Italian cabinetry and countertops, innovative household appliances, in-unit washers and dryers, and fully built-out closets add to the allure.

600 Miami Worldcenter – Living Room. Credit: Aria Development Group, Merrimac Ventures.

600 Miami Worldcenter – Master Bathroom. Credit: Aria Development Group, Merrimac Ventures.

Building amenities will include a covered porte-cochere, 24-hour lobby, secure mailroom, bike storage, Luxer One Automated parcel room with a tech-forward, contactless digital package delivery system, dry cleaning service, and climate-controlled resident storage. On the culinary front, a bistro and bar by GPG Hospitality, one of New York City’s premier restaurateurs, will be on-site. The development will also feature a residential lounge designed with an artistic flair, a state-of-the-art fitness center with an outdoor private training area by Homage Fitness, dedicated co-working spaces, a resort-style rooftop pool, and summer kitchens & entertainment spaces.

600 Miami Worldcenter – Bedroom. Credit: Aria Development Group, Merrimac Ventures.

The construction timeline for this project has not been announced, and the general contractor has not been chosen. However, given the involvement of Beauchamp Construction in other projects by the same developers, it’s plausible they might be considered for this role. Beauchamp Construction is the general contractor for The Crosby and 501 First Miami, projects managed by Related, Merrimac, and Aria, respectively.

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