Miami WorldCenter: City’s biggest construction project commences


Work crews have started work in downtown Miami on the biggest construction project in the city’s history, which is also America’s second largest mixed-use urban development. Construction crews began drilling 400, 150 ft. deep steel structural support piles into the ground in February. Next they will lay the foundation for Miami Worldcenter – the city’s new retail, residential, entertainment and transportation complex.

Phase one construction focuses on Paramount Miami WorldCenter. It is the project’s 700 ft., 60-storey, $500 million signature residential skyscraper. It will feature the world’s largest private urban amenities deck with resort style pools, bungalows, walking paths, gardens, tennis courts and a regulation soccer field.

“You are literally going to see six blocks being developed all at the same time,” Daniel Kodsi, Paramount Miami WorldCenter CEO and master developer, said in a news release. “This is basically step one of multiple steps in which you are going to see six buildings going vertical.”

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Kodsi says that Miami WorldCenter will intertwine Paramount with six other residential and office buildings, an 1,800 room Marriott Marquis and convention center; the intermodal hub for the downtown MetroMover and Metrorail elevated transit systems; the adjacent main terminal for the under construction All Aboard Florida high speed railroad; and the Miami WorldCenter retail and restaurant promenade.

It will feature an unprecedented collection of retail stores and a fusion of restaurants. The 27-acre Miami WorldCenter will be second in size only to New York’s Hudson Yards development at 28-acres. In comparison, New York’s Rockefeller Center is 22-acres.


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