Miami Worldcenter

Plans For Marriot Marquis At Miami World Center Called Off As Development Site Is Sold

What was going to become Miami’s new largest hotel  is now a thing of the past as the plans for the Marriot Marquis Miami Worldcenter have been abandoned after the developer sold the property. The 4.7-acre site was set to give rise to a massive 1,700-room high end hotel with over 600,000 square feet of exhibition and convention space. Just recently, it appeared construction was soon to begin on the site of the former Miami Arena, which is addressed as 700 North Miami Avenue…

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Legacy Miami Worldcenter Officially Sells Out Ahead Of Breaking Ground

The upcoming 661-foot-tall, 50-story Legacy Miami Worldcenter has officially sold out ahead of ground breaking and construction. Designed by Kobi Karp and developed by Royal Palm Companies, this is the first development in Downtown Miami to sell out prior to putting in a shovel in the ground. A brokerage team from OneWorld Properties is behind the successful sale of the project’s units.

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Bezel at Miami Worldcenter. Courtesy of Moinian Group.

Construction Continues On Bezel At Miami Worldcenter In Downtown Miami

Construction continues on Bezel at Miami Worldcenter, a 43-story, 434-unit luxury residential tower in Downtown Miami. Designed by Stantec and developed by the Moinian Group in collaboration with ZOM Living, the 493-foot-tall structure is addressed as 650 Northeast 2nd Avenue, standing on the southwest corner of what once was Northeast 7th Street, diagonally across the street from the Freedom Tower at Miami-Dade College. 

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Miami World Tower. Designed by NBWW Architects.

Miami World Tower Recieves FAA Approval To Rise 579 Feet

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. 

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Legacy Miami Worldcenter. Designed by Kobi Karp.

Construction Permits Await Approval For 50-Story Legacy Hotel & Residences At Miami Worldcenter

Developers Royal Palm Companies and OneWorld Developers anticipate the construction of their proposal for the Legacy Hotel & Residences at the Miami Worldcenter development. Designed by Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design Inc., the mixed-use tower is expected to rise approximately 659-feet into the Miami skyline across 50 floors. According to the permit filing, the site is addressed as 930 Northeast 1st Avenue, sitting diagonally across from Paramount Miami Worldcenter. 

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