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Resorts World Miami is the name of a 13.9 acre major development proposed for the Omni District of Downtown Miami by the Malaysian based Genting Group. At 10 million square feet and with an estimated cost of $3.1 billion, it is considered one of the largest developments in the history of Florida.
The plan, which includes a large eight story podium and several stylized skyscrapers, is proposed for several lots recently purchased by Genting, including the site of the Miami Herald headquarters building, which will be demolished, and the adjacent Omni International Mall. It will contain vast amounts of retail, entertainment and convention space as well as other unique amenities, including one of the largest swimming pools in the world. Two condominium towers will also have 1000 units.
Malaysian developers Genting Group just released their plans for the site–which will include a resort, casino, shops and residences–and the paper that’s moving to accommodate it dismissed the design as “Sponge Bob Meets the Jetsons.” Ouch. Read more at: Resorts World Miami
Those ‘biomorphic’ shapes on the ends of the complex would be the 65-story hotel towers, according to the Herald, and they are meant to resemble coral formations.
If the plan goes ahead, the project known as Resorts World Miami will certainly change the shape of the city’s skyline. And we’ll have a local to thank for it—Miami-based Arquitectonica are the architects behind the plan and were also responsible for the nearby American Airlines Arena.
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The Miami World Center is a nine block mixed-use development immediately north of the Central Business District in downtown Miami. It is defined by NE 2nd Avenue to the east, North Miami Avenue to the west, NE 11th Street to the north, and NE 6th Street to the south. Spanning over twenty five acres, the Miami World Center includes a dynamic mix of retail, residential, office, and institutional uses. It will create a vibrant, walkable pedestrian environment with a unique sense of place: a modern design statement driven by Miami’s unique physical context, culture, and architectural heritage.
These nearly 30 acres in the heart of downtown Miami will be transformed into one of the largest private master-planned urban environments in the world. With up to 20 million square feet of buildable area, this is not a project or a development – it is a city within a city
According to exMiami, the owners of the planned Miami Worldcenter megaproject have picked up two more pieces of land in their quest for world domination. Already having caused a big brouhaha when they snagged Grand Central Park, they are now said to be the purchasers of the recently sold Grand Central Nightclub across the street and the former Camillus House site at 726 NE 1st Avenue. And the Worldcenter real estate shopping spree shows no signs of stopping. We can only speculate at how big this project will eventually be.
Although still one of the most desolate areas of downtown Miami, the Worldcenter land and its immediate environs have a big, big future, including of course the Worldcenter itself, that new Zaha tower about a block away to the east, and the new All Aboard Florida train station about a block away to the south.