Hines to Develop 600,000 SF Mixed-Use Tower in Downtown Miami

Located within the Miami Worldcenter development in downtown Miami, 110 10th Street will offer 600,000 square feet of Class A office space and high-street retail. (Image courtesy of Hines/Miami Worldcenter Associates) Located within the Miami Worldcenter development in downtown Miami, 110 10th Street will offer 600,000 square feet of Class A office space and high-street retail. (Image courtesy of Hines/Miami Worldcenter Associates)

Miami — Hines is set to break ground on 110 10th Street, a 45-story, 600,000-square-foot mixed-use tower located within Miami Worldcenter, a 27-acre development in downtown Miami.

The tower will be the first Class A office building of scale constructed in Miami’s Central Business District in eight years, and will offer a mix of office space and retail. The project is located directly adjacent to Miami Worldcenter’s 360,000-square-foot retail promenade.

“More companies are moving to downtown Miami each day and existing brands are expanding here,” says Nitin Motwani, managing principal for the master developer of Miami Worldcenter, Miami Worldcenter Associates. “An office tower at Miami Worldcenter will offer tenants a chance to be in a mixed-use setting that’s centrally located, walkable and connected.”

New Haven, Connecticut-based architecture firm Pickard Chilton Associates was chosen to design the building, which will feature three indoor/outdoor terraces.

Construction on the first phase of Miami Worldcenter began in 2016, including a 60-story Paramount luxury multifamily community and retail space. Construction on 110 10th Street is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2018, with initial occupancy occurring in late 2020.

Hines has been active in the Florida real estate market since 1982 with the development of the Southeast Financial Center, a 1.3 million-square-foot office tower also located in downtown Miami. The company has approximately $96.5 billion of assets under management, and 114 developments currently underway around the world.

 — Katie Sloan

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