Finally, some activity at the Worldcenter site.
Yesterday, workers were seen removing gates that for decades have fenced in the mostly barren, surface parking lots where the project will be built. It is the first sign of movement on what would become one of the most transformative projects in downtown Miami’s history.
Records show that a phased construction permit is now pending for the site, after being filed earlier this month. In a press release last week, the developer said that they are targeting the third quarter for an official groundbreaking of both the mall and the Paramount condo project.
Boston-based Suffolk Construction is said to be the construction manager for the project (Elkus Manfredi, Worldcenter’s master planner and architect, is also based in Boston.) Suffolk is managing construction at the nearby All Aboard Florida project, where work is underway.
Site plans have been approved, building permits will be submitted within weeks, and interest from retailers around the world is peaking.
Once completed, Miami Worldcenter will transform 27 acres in the heart of downtown Miami into a city within a city:
- 765,000 square-foot mall anchored by Macy's and Bloomingdale's
- 1,800-room Marriott Marquis hotel
- 600,000 square-foot expo center
- More than 1,000 residences, including PARAMOUNT at Miami Worldcenter
- 100,000 square-feet of public parks and open space
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