Miami World Center

The Business Journal broke the story that investors behind Miami Worldcenter are working with The Forbes Co. and Taubman Centers to land Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s

Miami World Center

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DowntownMiami has major area-wide transformation type projects underway.

  • Brickell - Brickell CityCentre  $1.05 billion mixed-use development
    5.4 million square feet of office, residential, hotel, retail and entertainment space, in addition to a two-level underground parking garage that spans seven acres below the property>More
  • Arts/Entertainment District - Miami World Center $10 billion mixed-use
    Over 30 acres being transformed into one of the largest private master- planned urban enviornments in the world. >More
  • Arts/Entertainment District-All Aboard Florida
    The new route will feature passenger service along the existing Florida East Coast Corridor between Miami and the Space Coast and the creation of new tracks into Central Florida. Stations are currently planned for downtown Miami, downtown Fort Lauderdale, downtown West Palm Beach and the future South Terminal at the Orlando International Airport. >More
  • Arts/Enertainment District - Genting Group
    Phase one of the project will now focus on a luxury hotel, two condominiums and a promenade along Biscayne Bay.>More

    Design District

    • Future Miami Design District
      Craig Robins’s $320 million master plan to transform the city’s Design District into the neighbourhood of choice for luxury retailers. By the end of 2015, 100 brands will have stores in the Miami Design District, including Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Cartier, Tom Ford, Emilio Pucci, Berluti and Fendi. Importantly, the mixed-use neighbourhood will blend commerce with culture, welcoming new restaurants — 15 to 20 over the next two and a half years — upscale condos, and 12 public art installations.>More

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