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ZOM Living, Moinian Group Purchase Land to Develop 43-Story Apartment Tower in Miami Worldcenter

Luma will offer floor plans ranging from 566 to 1,808 square feet and amenities such as a wellness center, speakeasy, sundry shop, dog salon, fitness center and a swimming pool.

MIAMI — ZOM Living and The Moinian Group have partnered to purchase the land necessary to develop Luma, a 43-story, 434-unit apartment community within downtown Miami’s Miami Worldcenter project. The joint venture plans to break ground in the coming weeks. Luma will offer floor plans ranging from 566 to 1,808 square feet and amenities such as a wellness center, speakeasy, sundry shop, dog salon, fitness center and a swimming pool. Miami Worldcenter is a $4 billion mixed-use project that will sit on 27 acres, span 10 city blocks and offer more than 2,000 hotel rooms, 500,000 square feet of office space and 300,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space at full buildout. Robert Given and Robert Kaplan of Cushman & Wakefield arranged equity and debt financing on behalf of the joint venture to acquire the land.

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