New renderings and site plans have unveiled the entirety of the vision for Miami World Towers, an expansive mixed-use development set to completely transform Block E within the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter complex in downtown Miami. Designed by Nichols Architects with Kimley-Horn as the landscape architect and developed by Miami World Towers LLC, an affiliate of Lalezarian Properties, this project comprises four towers set to redefine the Miami skyline further. Alongside the 53-story, 557-unit East Tower (referred to as Tower 1), which is currently under construction, the newly revealed plans and renderings introduce a 25-story North Tower and a 68-story South Tower (collectively known as Tower 2), as well as a 68-story West Tower referred to as Tower 3. These new towers are expected to contribute approximately 2,137,110 square feet of space, featuring 2,040 residential units, amenities, and 810 additional parking spaces. Combined with Tower 1, the four towers will yield 2,600 residential units and 3 million square feet of space. The proposal is set for review by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board on September 20.
A utilities deal was recently signed between Kevin Lalezarian, on behalf of Miami World Towers LLC, and Miami-Dade County, to connect the proposed 53-story Miami World Tower to the city’s water and sewage system. As per the agreement, the first phase of the development, which is designed by NBWW Architects, will include 565 residential units and a 3,000-square-foot full service restaurant venue. The skyscraper is planned to rise 579-feet within the greater 27-acre Miami Worldcenter development in the Park West neighborhood of Downtown Miami, and is addressed as 700 Northeast 1st Avenue. Lalezarian Properties of New York is the developer
The Federal Aviation Administration has officially granted height approval for the Miami World Tower, a 53-story residential skyscraper at Nitin Motwani and Arthur Falcone’s Miami Worldcenter mixed-use mega development. Located at 700 Northeast 1st Avenue, the tower is cleared to rise 579-feet above ground, or 590-feet above sea level and deemed to have no substantial adverse effect on the navigable airspace. The project is being developed by Miami World Tower LLC, an affiliate of New York’s Lalezarian Properties, who purchased the site for $43,000,000 in May of 2019.
The City of Miami is no stranger to mega-projects having a few of its own, and one of them is underway sitting just north of Downtown’s Central Business District. It’s called Miami Worldcenter, a massive…