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Work on 43-Story Apartment Tower at Miami Worldcenter Set to Begin

04.10.2019

GlobeSt. – Zom Living of Orlando and the Moinian Group of New York City acquired the project site located one block from Biscayne Boulevard from Miami Worldcenter Associates, the developer of the $4-billion mixed-use project being developed on 27 acres that is now under construction.

MIAMI—Partners Zom Living and Moinian Group after recently completing the land purchase for the project, say construction on their 43-story Luma at Miami Worldcenter apartment tower at the multi-billion-dollar Miami Worldcenter development in Downtown Miami should begin in a matter of weeks.
Zom Living of Orlando and the Moinian Group of New York City acquired the project site located one block from Biscayne Boulevard from Miami Worldcenter Associates, the developer of the $4-billion mixed-use project being developed on 27 acres that is now under construction.

The 434-unit apartment tower is to be the focal point of Miami Worldcenter and is located adjacent to the Freedom Tower Metromover stop and two blocks east of Brightline/Virgin Train’s Downtown Miami station, which will provide residents convenient access to MetroRail, TriRail and Brightline Florida.
“Today’s urban renter demands a luxurious building with market-leading amenities and high pedestrian value, and Luma will provide all that and more,” says Greg West, CEO of ZOM Living. “Luma’s close proximity to parks, cultural venues, transportation and retail are unmatched in the market, and our setting within Miami Worldcenter will offer residents next-level convenience and connectivity.”

“After successfully developing the country’s largest single tower residential development Sky (71-story tower in New York City), which includes over 70,000 square feet of cutting-edge amenities, we are excited to expand our presence in such a cosmopolitan city like Miami, and more specifically Miami Worldcenter,” says Joseph Moinian, founder and CEO of The Moinian Group.

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