Retail component will have five blocks of pedestrian promenade with a central plaza
By Ina Cordle, Sean Stewart-Muniz and Katherine Kallergis
Miami Worldcenter, which last month scrapped plans for a mall in favor of “High Street” retail, unveiled new renderings to The Real Deal that shed light on the new urban design.
The development’s retail component will span five blocks of pedestrian-only promenade, encompassing 300,000 square feet to 400,000 square feet of retail space. The area will be bordered by Northeast Seventh Street to the south, Northeast 10th Street to the north, Northeast Second Avenue to the east and North Miami Avenue to the west.
The centerpiece will be a central plaza, “a gathering place” that can be used for farmers’ markets, outdoor movies, book fairs and concerts, said Miami Worldcenter Managing Principal Nitin Motwani.
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