Unlike Metropica, a $1.5 billion mixed-use project by Joseph Kavana that aims to transform Sunrise’s corridor in Broward County into a city within a city, the Miami development boasts an impressive transportation hub for commuter mobility.
Located at 1010 Northeast Second Avenue, Miami Worldcenter is the most connected development in South Florida offering access to five transit systems: Brightline’s high-speed rail launching next month; Tri-rail; Metrorail; Metromover, and the Brickell and Biscayne trolley.
The development’s signature condominium tower, Paramount Miami Worldcenter, will soon have a 5,000 square foot skyport for flying cars in Spring 2019.
The mixed-use project’s first phase will include 300,000 square feet of retail space, a 58-story condo that boasts over 40 amenities, a 45-story office building, new public plazas and promenades, and two residential apartment buildings across 27 acres.
Paramount Miami Worldcenter, the development’s sole residential condo tower, has 569 units and is slated for completion in 2019. Once the tower is completed it’ll stand at 60 stories.
It’s no surprise that Miami Worldcenter is being billed as one of the largest private real estate developments underway in the United States. The ten-block project once completed will include world-class retail, hospitality, commercial, and residential uses in the center of Miami’s urban core.
The mixed-use project’s first towers will go up this year. Many of the project’s components will be developed by Forbes Company, Taubman, ZOM, Hines, CIM Group, and the MDM Group.
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