Miami Worldcenter

43 Story Luma Miami Worldcenter Going Vertical

Luma Miami Worldcenter

Luma Miami Worldcenter

At the end of last month, the 43 story Luma Miami Worldcenter had its foundation pour and is in the process of going vertical. Last month two cranes were installed on the site.

Luma Miami Worldcenter is the third tower in 27 acre Miami Worldcenter site to go vertical. Caoba Miami Worldcenter was completed early this year and Paramount Miami Worldcenter was recently completed.

With 434 apartment units, Luma Miami Worldcenter is being developed by ZOM Living and Moinian Group and designed by Stantec.

TBT - Miami Worldcenter To Break Ground This Quarter

Miami Worldcenter Site Towards Downtown

Miami Worldcenter Site Towards Downtown

TBT (August 10, 2015) - 4 years ago the Paramount Miami Worldcenter Site was getting prepared for foundation work. The 60 story building would start to go vertical November 2016 and eventually be completed in July 2019.

Miami Worldcenter in expected to break ground on the site this quarter, according to The Next Miami. 

After expecting to break ground at the end of 2014, Miami Worldcenter has been delayed, but demolition crews have already started tearing down some buildings to get the site ready. 

Construction is expected to take 36-38 months with the first phase to include The Mall at Miami Worldcenter, Paramount Condo Tower and a ZOM rental tower. 

Crane Installed At 43 Story Luma Miami Worldcenter

Luma Miami Worldcenter

Luma Miami Worldcenter

After starting construction in May, a crane has been installed at the 43 story tower site Luma Miami Worldcenter.

Luma Miami Worldcenter is being developed by ZOM Living and Moinian Group and designed by Stantec.

The rental building will have 434 units.

Luma is located next to Caoba, which was completed in January and across from the recently completed Paramount Miami Worldcenter.

Paramount Miami Worldcenter Receives TCO - Now Completed

Paramount Miami Worldcenter

Paramount Miami Worldcenter

The 60 story Paramount Miami Worldcenter in Downtown Miami has received its temporary certificate of occupancy and is now completed, according to The Real Deal.

Construction on Paramount Miami Worldcenter started to go vertical November 2016 before topping off in August 2018.

With 569 residential units, Paramount Miami Worldcenter is 90% sold.

The rental tower Caoba Miami Worldcenter was the building to be completed, in January of this year, as part of the 27 acre Miami Worldcenter complex.

Previous construction photos of Paramount Miami Worldcenter can be viewed here.

Paramount Miami Worldcenter Nearing Completion - Photos & Video

Paramount Miami Worldcenter

Paramount Miami Worldcenter

The 60 story Paramount Miami Worldcenter in Downtown Miami is nearing completion as the final push until opening is being done.

The luxury pool deck is close to be finished as the pool is filled with water and cabanas are built. Paramount Miami Worldcenter will have 513 residential units.

A year ago, the building was on the 54th floor and close to top off. Construction started going vertical November 2017.

This is what the 27 acre Miami Worldcenter looked liked over 3 years ago.

Previous construction photos of Paramount Miami Worldcenter can be viewed here.

Paramount Miami Worldcenter Video 4K - July 2019

Construction Begins At 43 Story Luma at Miami Worldcenter

Luma at Miami Worldcenter Rendering

Construction has started at the 43 story Luma at Miami Worldcenter which will rise 493 feet.

Luma at Miami Worldcenter will have 434 apartments and is being developed by ZOM Living who also developed Solitair Brickell, Monarc at Met 3, the recently completed Muze at Met Square and the under construction Maizon at Brickell.

Zom Living recently secured a $119 million construction loan for the project.

Luma at Miami Worldcenter is part of the 27 acre Miami Worldcenter complex that includes the nearly completed Paramount Miami Worldcenter and the completed Caoba Miami Worldcenter.

Paramount Miami Worldcenter Getting Closer To Completion - Photos & Video

Paramount Miami Worldcenter

Paramount Miami Worldcenter

The 60 story Paramount Miami Worldcenter in Downtown Miami is getting closer to completion as the crane has been removed from the building giving a clean look at the tower without any obstructions.

When we last looked at Paramount Miami Worldcenter in August 2018, the 641 foot tower just topped off. A year ago, construction was reaching the 45th floor.

Across the street in the 27 acre Miami Worldcenter is the rental tower Caoba and was completed in January.

Previous construction photos of Paramount Miami Worldcenter can be viewed here.

March 2019 Construction Video