Caoba is the first tower to open at Miami Worldcenter

Caoba was co-developed by CIM Group and Falcone Group.

January 22, 2019 |
Caoba pool deck

Courtesy Miami Worldcenter

Miami Worldcenter, the 27-acre, $4 billion mixed-use development in downtown Miami, has just received its first completed tower: Caoba. Caoba, which is the Spanish word for mahogany, is a 43-story apartment building that offers 444 rental units located just one block from Miami Central’s new transportation hub.

The tower’s apartments range from studios to three-bedroom units and measure between 500 and 1,300 sf. Units feature 9-foot ceilings, in-unit washers and dryers, and private balconies. Building amenities include a 10th floor resort-style pool deck that overlooks downtown Miami, a rooftop fitness center, a club room with a fully-equipped kitchen, and an outdoor dog-walking lawn.

 

Caoba at Miami worldcenter from the groundCourtesy Miami Worldcenter.

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Caoba also features over 20,000 sf of street-level retail space that creates an east-west pedestrian promenade linking Miami Central with Miami Worldcenter’s “High Street” retail component and public plaza to the east.

Caoba was co-developed by CIM Group and Falcone Group.

 
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