Luma at Miami Worldcenter has locked down a $143 million construction loan as the developers gear up to break ground on the 43-story tower. The loan was provided by Moinian Capital Partners with a 60% equity piece valued at $23.7 million. The tower is being developed by ZOM Living after the developer acquired the lot from Miami Worldcenter Associates. When complete Luma will feature 434 rental apartments which range from 566 SF to 1,808 SF. The building is designed to take advantage of the waterfront views of Biscayne Bay. Luma will offer over 45,000 SF of amenities including a fitness center, spa with sauna and treatment rooms, speakeasy, dog salon, classroom, residents lounge and a resort-style pool. Luma is expected to be completed in 2021.