Miami Worldcenter

Dewatering And Tree Permit Applications Filed For Three-Tower Development At 700 N. Miami Avenue In Miami Worldcenter

Dewatering and tree permit applications have been filed for 700 North Miami Avenue, a massive three-tower mixed-use development planned by Witkoff Group and Monroe Capital at Miami Worldcenter in Downtown Miami. Designed by Kobi Karp, the project will entail over 3 million square feet of space, including 2,350 residential units, over 30,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, and 1,924 parking spaces distributed across three towers. The project is advancing through the construction permitting process, with several new permits recently submitted – signaling that foundation work could commence soon for the former Miami Arena site.

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Naftali Group Breaks Ground On 67-Story JEM Private Residences At Miami Worldcenter

Naftali Group has officially broken ground on JEM Private Residences, a 67-story condominium development located at 1016 Northeast 2nd Avenue in Miami Worldcenter. Designed by the Miami-based architecture firm Arquitectonica and the New York City-based interior design firm Rockwell Group, the building will rise over 700 feet and feature 259 condo units on the upper levels, 530 multi-family units on the lower levels, ground-floor commercial space, and 591 parking spaces. The development has swiftly moved from market entry to construction commencement in under five months, establishing a record pace for South Florida. This marks a significant milestone in Naftali Group’s expansion into Florida, as JEM Private Residences aims to set a new standard for quality in the region. OneWorld Properties is the exclusive brokerage, with Coastal Construction as the general contractor. DeSimone Consulting Engineering is the structural engineer, and MG Engineering D.P.C. is the MEP engineer.

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Nichols Architects Reveals Design For 53-Story Mixed-Use Tower In Miami Worldcenter’s Block C, East

The Falcone Group, led by Founder and CEO Art Falcone and in collaboration with Nichols Architects, has unveiled the design for a new 53-story mixed-use tower at Block C, East of Miami Worldcenter. This development is poised to significantly impact the luxury living and hospitality sectors of the expansive Miami Worldcenter complex, encompassing ten blocks and 27 acres. The project is located at 110 Northeast 10th Street and boasts a prime location near the Miami Worldcenter promenade and the 60-story Paramount condominium tower.

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‘Villa One Tequila Gardens’ To Occupy 12,294-Square-Foot Rooftop Space At Miami Worldcenter’s ‘Jewel Box’

Miami is poised to further cement its reputation as an international hub for culinary innovation and vibrant nightlife by introducing Villa One Tequila Gardens at Miami Worldcenter, the $6 billion mixed-use behemoth revitalizing the city’s urban core. Co-founded by Nick Jonas and menswear designer John Varvatos, Villa One Tequila promises to bring Mexico’s finest tequila and mezcal offerings to the heart of Downtown Miami, coupled with Baja-style Mexican cuisine, creating an exotic escape for locals and visitors alike.

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Merrimac Ventures & Aria Development Group Secure $95M Construction Loan For 600 Miami Worldcenter Condominium In Downtown Miami

A joint venture between South Florida-based developers Merrimac Ventures and Aria Development Group is preparing to break ground on 600 Miami Worldcenter, a 32-story condominium tower set within Downtown Miami’s Miami Worldcenter 27-acre mixed-use development, which will deliver 606 fully furnished units with no restrictions on short-term rentals. The upcoming groundbreaking will be made possible with a $95 million construction loan from Banco Inbursa to fund the sold-out tower’s development at 600 Northeast 1st Avenue. Construction is expected to be completed in 2026.

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