Bisnow/Deirdra Funcheon Developers Art Falcone and Nitin Motwani show that the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter site is at the intersection of major streets and highways, train access and the port.

Never Mind South Beach. Miami’s Downtown Is Undergoing A Multibillion-Dollar Transformation

by Deirdra Funcheon South Florida In 2010, when LeBron James announced during a televised ESPN special that he would be “taking his talents to South Beach” and joining the Miami Heat, Floridians chuckled, because while South Beach is the main tourist drag on a barrier island, the...
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An early look at Miami Worldcenter as buildings rise

By Brian Bandell The $2 billion Miami Worldcenter project is quickly sprouting out of the ground in downtown Miami, and the first building is set to open later this year. The Business Journal was part of a media tour of the project encompassing about 27 acres. It comes at a...
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700 North Miami Avenue | Construction start: 2018 The Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center, developed by MDM Group, breaks ground this year. It will include 500,000 square feet of event and meeting space, 1,700 hotel rooms and a pool deck with views of the bay. (credit: Miami Worldcenter)

Here’s where construction stands on the massive Miami Worldcenter

By Demi Guo The $2 billion Miami Worldcenter project will create its own mini Miami skyline when it’s done. The development, spearheaded by Art Falcone and Nitin Motwani, will include a street retail component, along with an office tower, two apartment buildings and the Marriott...
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One-On-One With Nitin Motwani, Developer Of The Second-Biggest Mixed-Use Project In The U.S.

As the architects for several of the projects mentioned in this article – Marriott Marquis Hotel and Conference Center at Miami Worldcenter, and Water Street Tampa projects – we thought this interview provides a great glimpse of what is to come in Miami. Deirdra...
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Miami Worldcenter, Innovation District could boost South Florida’s bid for Amazon HQ2 Email Share Share Tweet Save Print Order Reprints

By Brian Bandell For years, the development of downtown Miami has been expanding northward into the Overtown/Park West neighborhood, and now that fertile foundation for growth could be a huge boost to South Florida’s bid to lure Amazon’s second headquarters. South Florida...
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Aerial of the Paramount Miami Worldcenter construction site in October and Dan Kodsi

Miami Worldcenter developers sell condo site to Dan Kodsi-led company for $26M

Miami Worldcenter Associates affiliate issued $13M purchase money mortgage as part of deal By Katherine Kallergis for The Real Deal An affiliate of Miami Worldcenter Associates has sold the land for Paramount Miami Worldcenter to its partner, Dan Kodsi, for $26.275 million. ...
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The Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter via Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates (NBWW)

Developers of downtown Miami convention center cut single curving tower design in two | Miami Herald

By Andres Viglucci The developers planning a mammoth convention center and hotel in downtown Miami delivered a bit of a surprise when they unveiled their final design: Gone was the arresting, curving four-legged hotel tower of the initial concept, replaced by a pair of simpler,...
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What must happen before Miami gets a new expo center and hotel | Miami Herald

By David Smiley The fate of the downtown convention center and hotel coveted for years by Miami business and tourism boosters now rests on the willingness of county and city of Miami officials to reopen one of South Florida’s most controversial compacts. Late Monday night, MDM...
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First look at Miami Worldcenter’s new “High Street” design

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 Rea...
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Miami Worldcenter in talks with “high traffic” and luxury retailers

The developers of Miami Worldcenter, recently re-imagined, are looking to fill their project with shopping giants like Apple and Chanel. A rendering of Miami Worldcenter By Sean Stewart-Muniz The developers of Miami Worldcenter, recently re-imagined as a “High Street” retail...
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