Miami Worldcenter

Miami Worldcenter Block G. Courtesy of CFE & Associates Architects.

Permits Reactivated For Second Tower Behind Caoba At Miami World Center Block G

The second tower originally proposed for Block G at Miami Worldcenter just might go vertical relatively soon. New construction permits initially fully approved in 2018 by the Department of Buildings were reactivated on September 1, 2021 for 697 North Miami Avenue, a 40-story mixed-use tower planned to rise 413-feet in the Park West neighborhood of Downtown Miami. Designed by CFE & Associates Architects and developed by Los Angeles-based CIM Group, the building is projecting to yield 473,330 square feet of new construction including 411 residential units and 4,103 square feet of ground floor retail.

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Legacy Hotel & Residences. Designed by Kobi Karp.

RPC Files Notice Of Commencement For 691-Foot-Tall Legacy Miami Worldcenter

Ground-breaking is imminent on the site of the 691-foot-tall Legacy Miami Worldcenter, a 50-story luxury mixed-use skyscraper set to rise at 930 Northwest 1st Avenue within the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter mega-development in the Parkwest neighborhood of Downtown Miami. Designed by Miami-based architect Kobi Karp and developed by Royal Palm Companies (RPC), the tower is expected to yield 310 condominium units, 220 hotel rooms and over 100,000 square feet of space dedicated to wellness. Moss & Associates is listed as the general contractor for the project. 

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Legacy Miami Worldcenter. Designed by Kobi Karp.

Legacy Miami Worldcenter Gets Height Increase Approval From The FAA

The Kobi Karp-designed Legacy Miami Worldcenter has recieved an increase in height as per a recent determination by the Federal Aviation Administration. The developer now has permission to build approximately 20-feet higher than the original approval, from 661-feet to 680-feet. When factoring in the elevation of the site, the total height above sea level increases from 671-feet to 691-feet. Addressed as 930 Northeast 1st Avenue, the tower will rise to become the second tallest structure at the mega development behind Paramount Miami Worldcenter. Royal Palm Companies is the developer of the project, where units are 100% sold out.

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Miami World Tower. Designed by NBWW Architects.

Utilities Deal Signed For Lalezarian Properties’ 53-Story Miami World Tower At Miami Worldcenter

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

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Miami Worldcenter Block-F West. Designed by NBWW Architects.

An In-Depth Look At Miami Worldcenter’s 280,000-Square-Foot Retail And Commercial Development

Miami Worldcenter Associates, led by Nitin Motwani, Art Falcone and the CIM Group, has 280,000 square feet of retail and commercial spaces in the works at Miami Worldcenter (MWC), a 27-acre, $4 billion mixed-use mega project in Downtown Miami’s Park West neighborhood. The managing partners have planned to develop a plethora of venues and outlets throughout multiple buildings in the 10-block complex, including some buildings solely dedicated to that purpose, with several other mixed-use buildings housing variously sized spaces. The retail spaces at MWC will be a mix of food and beverage/fast casual, specialty and service establishments, and the developers are hoping to lease as locally as possible, as opposed to strictly onboarding  large and recognized anchor tenants and national chains.

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