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Earlier this year during summer, Miami Worldcenter officially submitted the plans for the project’s first phase of development to the city so that these could be reviewed. In September, the plan was finally approved unanimously by Miami’s City Commission, giving the behemoth development the green light to begin construction.
To be located just north of Brickell and encompassing the area west of Biscayne Boulevard between 2nd and 11th street, Miami Worldcenter will be situated in the heart of this concrete jungle. Until recently, the residency aspect of this two-billion dollar development had been kept somewhat of a secret; however this month further details were provided concerning the Miami Worldcenter Signature Tower. The building is to be called Paramount Miami and is to stand at 738 feet above ground level. It will contain 466 residential units for which “VIP Registration” can be attained by signing up at the building’s website.
The Miami Worldcenter will also feature at least three other towers which, with the Paramount, will total to over 1,000 condo units. Additionally, this project will also consist of the Marriot Marquis World Convention Center Hotel, which includes around 1,800 rooms and over 500,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. The hotel will also include top-class amenities and a massive outdoor event deck. At the center of this development is the Mall at Miami Worldcenter, which will offer 765,000 square feet of retail, dining destinations, and entertainment. This colossal project is set to begin construction towards the end of this year or the beginning of the next.