ZOM Living, Moinian Group to build new apartment tower in Florida, US

WCN Editorial Team 9 Apr 2019 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

The Moinian Group and ZOM Living are set to break ground a 43-storey apartment tower at Miami Worldcenter, a mixed-use development under construction in Florida, US.

The residential project, dubbed Luma, is said to be a focal point of 27-acre, $4bn mixed-use development. It will include 434 luxury rental units with different floor plans ranging from 566ft² to 1,808ft².

ZOM Living CEO Greg West said: “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.”

Once completed, Miami Worldcenter is set to become one of South Florida’s major residential communities and world-class destination for shopping and dining, culture and entertainment, and international business.

The residential floors will include a maximum of 12 units per floor, which will help maximize views of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

Situated only one block from Biscayne Boulevard, Luma is next to the Freedom Tower Metromover stop and two blocks east of Brightline/Virgin Train’s Downtown Miami station, offering resident better access to MetroRail, TriRail and Brightline Florida.

The project features 45,000ft² of luxury space, including a membership-grade wellness centre with treatment rooms and sauna sundry shop, speak easy, dog salon, fitness club with classroom, resort-style pool and ride share lobby.

Miami Worldcenter includes 10 city blocks, which are surrounded by Miami’s major destinations such as Museum Park, Perez Art Museum Miami, Frost Museum of Science, Port Miami American Airlines Arena and Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center.

The Moinian Group founder and CEO Joseph Moinian said: “After successfully developing the country’s largest single tower residential development Sky, 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.”

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Image: The 43-storey luxury apartment tower, Luma, will be a focal point of Miami Worldcenter. Photo: courtesy of MIAMI WORLDCENTER.

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