Abbhi Capital Breaks Ground on 2 Million Square Foot Development at Miami Worldcenter
With a ground-breaking of a 2 million square foot mixed-use development that includes the area's first significant office building, Abbhi Capital plans to revolutionize Miami Worldcenter.
On September 20th, the city's Urban Design Review Board will consider the expansive project, which consists of a 59-story residential tower and a 33-story office tower joined by a shared podium with plenty of parking. The property was purchased by SanaProperty8LLC, an affiliate of Abbhi Capital, for a total of $44 million between 2020 and 2021. It is located at 1001 N.E. First Ave. The development will have 1,319 spacious parking places, 7109 square feet of retail and dining space, 368,362 square feet of available commercial space, and 558 residential units.
An amenities deck including a pool, jacuzzi, pickleball courts, fitness center, coworking spaces, media room, and even a dog grooming station will be available to residents and renters on the 12th level. The construction intends to accommodate a variety of lifestyles with the majority of residential apartments beginning on the second floor and ranging from small 570-square-foot studios to roomy three-bedroom residences covering 1,562 square feet.
Ten city blocks make up Miami Worldcenter, which is next to Museum Park, which is home to the Frost Museum of Science and Pérez Art Museum Miami, as well as the FTX Arena, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, and Wolfson Campus of Miami Dade College. Miami Worldcenter is the largest and best-connected transit-oriented development in Florida thanks to its proximity to Brightline's MiamiCentral station, which provides direct train service to Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Orlando and access to Tri-Rail, the Metromover, and the Metrorail.