Miami Worldcenter has unveiled plans for its first tower, a 470-unit, 60-story condo.
The tower will be embedded into the planned three-level shopping mall in the old Park West district, according to the Miami Herald.
Although the city first approved the project as a special district nearly a decade ago, developer Daniel Kodsi said the Paramount Miami Worldcenter condo is proof that the massive mixed-use project is on its way.
“We all know it went through its ups and downs, but given the obstacles they faced, what they’ve done is really fantastic,” Kodsi said of the project’s master developers, Miami Worldcenter Associates’ principals Art Falcone and Nitin Motwani. Worldcenter Associates brought on mall developers Forbes and Taubman to erect the urban shopping center.
“Since they signed Forbes and Taubman, it’s been full throttle. It took a little longer, but it’s done right,” Kodsi added. [Miami Herald] – Christopher Cameron