Miami Worldcenter Master Project Downtown Miami
Miami Worldcenter is one of the largest private master-planned projects in the United States, featuring a diversity of urban land use, including retail, hospitality, and residential space.
Located in the core of downtown Miami, the ten-block, mixed-use development is situated immediately north of the Central Business District and is surrounded by world-class amenities and boasts convenient access to transportation.
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MIAMI WORLDCENTER MALL
Miami Worldcenter has an unprecedented collection of retail offerings. The Mall at Miami Worldcenter, our signature destination, will feature 765,000 square feet of best-in-class retail, destination dining, and enticing entertainment.
Complementing the Mall retail experience is the 7th Street Promenade. It is a pedestrian-only thoroughfare that runs east-west through the southern quadrant of Miami Worldcenter, anchored by the new American Airlines Arena and waterfront on the east.
Inspired by the world’s great pedestrian streets, the 7th Street Promenade builds on themes made classic by the 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica, the Place de l’Horloge in Avignon, and South Beach’s own Lincoln Road. The energy of the Promenade’s street life will be palpable, with European-style outdoor café, bars, restaurants, and boutique retail shops.
MIAMI WORLDCENTER HOSPITALITY
Miami Worldcenter will also be home to the new Marriott Marquis World Convention Center Hotel, featuring approximately 1,800 rooms and 600,000 square feet of meeting, exhibition, and convention space.
This modern tower will have resort amenities, including an expansive pool deck with views of the bay, the American Airlines Arena, and the downtown skyline, as well as an 80,000-square-foot outdoor event deck.
1,800 hotel rooms
600,000 sq.ft. (55,741 m²) of convention center space
1,800 car garage
Paramount Miami worldcenter is luxury building featuring 470 luxury residences on a 55 story building offering unprecedented amenities and services. Directly connected to the Miami Worldcenter Mall, residents will have all the convenience of luxury retail and restaurants just steps away.
MIAMI WORLDCENTER LOCATION
Located at the doorstep of everything Miami has to offer, the ten-block site is situated immediately to the north of the Central Business District, extending between 2nd and Miami Avenues to 11th Street. Miami Worldcenter is in close proximity to the airport, port, railway, and roads.
WHY INVEST IN MIAMI
Florida is now the 3rd most populous state in the United States of America. Miami is Florida’s largest metro area with Greater Downtown Miami as its hub. Miami is a uniquely diverse place that warmly embraces new residents from around the globe. New residential developments within Greater Downtown Miami continue to appeal to young professionals who are pursuing a true urban lifestyle in a tropical waterfront city.
Downtown Miami is an emerging major world city and the business, social and cultural epicenter of the Americas.
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.
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Miami International Airport, less than 5 miles west, serves more than 39 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 2017. 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 4 million passengers annually. The Panama Canal expansion opens in 2014 which 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.
MIAMI WORLDCENTER DEVELOPER
Miami Worldcenter Associates, led by principals Art Falcone and Nitin Motwani, is a joint venture between the Falcone Group and Centurion Partners.
South Florida-based Falcone Group is a privately held and vertically integrated real estate and land development organization specializing in all real estate product types.
Centurion Partners, out of Newport Beach, CA, has a team of professionals with more than 150 years of combined real estate experience that possess the full range of property development and financial expertise to take advantage of complex opportunities in some of the world’s most desirable markets.
In 2011, Miami Worldcenter Associates partnered with CIM Group, a leading real estate and infrastructure investment firm that since 1994 has systematically and successfully invested in dynamic and densely populated communities throughout North America. Together, they are dedicated to the improvement and revitalization of presently underutilized urban landscapes.