Miami Worldcenter’s first rental apartment building is leasing fast.
Over half of apartments at the 43-story Caoba tower were leased in under three months, Worldcenter managing principal Nitin Motwani said in a recent interview with Miami Today.
Caoba includes 444 apartments.
The least expensive unit available today on the Caoba website is a 349 square foot studio priced at $1,775 per month. The most expensive are 1,272 square foot three bedroom units priced from $4,125 and up.
At least three other rental apartment towers are planned at Miami Worldcenter including another 40-story Caoba tower, a 43-story tower called Luma where construction is underway, and a 47-story tower planned by Fifield
Source: The Next Miami