Miami Worldcenter’s 65-Story Skyscraper Progress

The second phase of a dual-tower development within the Miami Worldcenter, branded under the E11EVEN name, has made significant progress. 11th Street Trustee II LLC, the developer behind the project, is moving forward with “E11EVEN Beyond,” a 65-story mixed-use residential skyscraper situated at 90 NE 11th St.

This new tower is set to feature 558 residential units, 13,647 square feet allocated for commercial purposes, and 7,920 square feet designated for offices. The project received approval from the city’s Urban Development Review Board, albeit with certain conditions.

The first phase, known as “E11EVEN Hotel & Residences,” received approval last year and is currently under construction at 20 NE 11th St.

Miami Worldcenter is a substantial mixed-use development led by principals Arthur Falcone and Nitin Motwani, covering multiple blocks in the Park West neighborhood.

Javier F. Aviñó, an attorney representing the developer, emphasized that the “E11EVEN Beyond” project aims to enhance the urban neighborhood by introducing a more robust residential base and a diverse mix of commercial and office spaces. This development aligns with the goals of Miami 21, the city’s zoning ordinance.

Mr. Aviñó also mentioned that 173 out of the 558 residences will be micro dwellings. Special permission via a city warrant is required for these micro units. Additionally, two other warrants are needed, including one for new construction within Miami Worldcenter and another for a helicopter landing site. The helipad will be located on the rooftop to minimize disruptions to the surrounding urban neighborhood and will adhere to state and federal regulations for helicopter landing sites.

The developer has requested waivers to certain zoning code requirements, including setbacks, parking, and glazing, among others.

Charles Sieger of Sieger Suarez Architects presented detailed information about the new tower to the review board, highlighting amenities such as co-working spaces, a gym, a pool deck, and a bar.

While the project received praise from board members for its design, concerns were raised about parking operations, particularly during rush hours. The developer and architect assured the board that many residents would rely on public transportation.

In the end, the motion to recommend approval was passed unanimously, contingent on extending the design treatment of the north facade down to ground level and confirming that the parking layout functions effectively.

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