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Comprised of 600,000 square feet
By Josh Baumgard, Curbed Miami
Plans have been unveiled for a 45-story office building at Miami Worldcenter.
Developed by Hines and named “110 10th Street,” the mixed-use tower will be comprised of 600,000 square feet of Class A office space and high-street retail. It will include three indoor/outdoor terraces and is expected to open by late 2020 or early 2021.
It’s the first building of its kind in Miami’s Central Business District in eight years and will rise between Northeast First and Second Avenues, just west of 900 Biscayne and
next to Miami Worldcenter’s 360-square-foot retail promenade. It joins the under- construction 60-story Paramount condo (with a wild offering of amenities like indoor basketball, a golf simulator, regulation-size soccer pitch, boxing gym, etc.) and a Class A rental apartment building.
Hines selected Pickard Chilton Associates, an architecture firm based in New Haven, to design the unique diagrid structure. Construction is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2018.