Miami World Tower 1, a 53-story residential building with 557 units, topped off this summer. The developer, Lalezarian, is now planning three additional towers.
Miami World Tower 2a: A 25-story building with 279 feet above ground and 293 feet above sea level.
Miami World Tower 2b: A 68-story building with 694 feet above ground and 709 feet above sea level, the maximum permitted by the FAA in the area.
Miami World Tower 3: A 68-story building with 694 feet above ground and 709 feet above sea level, the maximum permitted by the FAA in the area.
The project in numbers: Combined, the three towers will have 2,043 multifamily residential units, amenities on levels 14, 65 and 66 of the taller towers and rooftop pools. In addition to that, the developer will include 2,944 square feet of commercial space, and 807 parking spaces on level 2-13, in a garage lined with residential units.
The aesthetics: The towers are designed by Nichols and will have diagrid aluminum cladded columns. The design concept for the exterior steel cladding structure is inspired by the Hines office tower planned at Worldcenter. Tower 3 is similar in design to Tower 1, but taller.
The next step: A hearing before Miami's Urban Development Review Board is scheduled for September 20.
With the latest addition, Miami Worldcenter now has over 10,000 units planned, under construction, or completed within its borders.
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