Miami Worldcenter will feature more than 300,000 square feet of best-in-class retail, destination restaurants and exciting entertainment. All in the most accessible site in the region.
More than 300,000 square feet of retail, dining and entertainment.
THE NEW CENTER OF MIAMI
Spanning more than 28 acres at the northern end of the Central Business District, directly across from the American Airlines Arena, Miami Worldcenter is one of the largest and most exciting urban developments in the United States – offering a diverse mix of retail, residential, office, hospitality, and entertainment components.
Florida has the 3rd largest population in the United States at 19.9 million, surpassing New York. Miami sold more than 12.5 million hotel rooms last year, with revenue per available room ranking only behind New York and San Francisco. More than 1,000 multi-national corporate offices are currently headquartered in Miami. Miami is home to 73 Foreign Consulates, 21 Foreign trade offices and the Largest concentration of domestic and international banks south of New York. Miami International Airport, less than 5 miles west, serves more than 41 million passengers annually – the second leading gateway to the U.S. following JFK Airport. All Aboard Florida will break ground on a $2.5 billion project to build a privately run passenger train between Miami and Orlando beginning operations in 2016. 5 million people are expected to ride All Aboard Florida during its first year of operation. The Port of Miami is the number one cruise terminal in the world, welcoming more than 5 million passengers annually. The Panama Canal expansion will allow for increased cargo capacity to the port. American Airlines Arena, a 20,000 person capacity, hosts more than 200 events annually attracting more than 3 million guests. There is more than $5 billion of recent, current and planned construction activity within the immediate vicinity. Zaha Hadid, the first woman to win the Pritzkar Prize for architecture, designed her first residential tower in the western hemisphere in Miami. Units in the 80 unit tower will range from $5 million to the $45 million penthouse units.
ARTS AND CULTURE
1. Miami Worldcenter
2. Marriott Marquis Hotel & Expo Center
3. Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
4. One Thousand Museum Tower
5. Museum Park + Frost Museum of Science + Perez Art Museum Miami
6. American Airlines Arena
7. Port of Miami
8. Bayside Marketplace
9. SkyRise Miami
10. Bayfront Park + Amphitheater
11. Miami Dade College
12. All Aboard Florida – Brightline
THE MOST ACCESSIBLE LOCATION
At the junction of I-95 and I-395, Miami Worldcenter has the best access of any site in the market.
NEWS FROM THE WORLDCENTER
Stories from Miami Worldcenter and beyond.
The Most Accessible Location. The Most Successful Developers. The New Center of Miami.
Distinctive Retail From The World’s Most Desired Brands.
World-Class Dining From Chef-Driven Destinations.
A Dynamic Collection Of Exciting Entertainment Venues.