Miami Worlcenter’s newly filed utility plan shows that there will be nearly as much restaurant space as retail. Miami-Dade Water and Sewer has approved a deal that will allow Miami Worldcenter to build 202,391 SF of full-service restaurant space, 50,000 SF of fast food restaurant space and 21,500 SF of bar and cocktail space. It is expected that with this restaurant footprint, Miami Worldcenter's restaurant tentants could serve up to 17,000 customers at a single time. The new plan includes 281,191 SF of retail, 5,862 SF of residential units, 202,391 SF of full-service restaurant space, 50,000 SF of fast food restaurant space, 21,500 SF of bar and cocktail space, 250 hotel rooms, 506,500 SF of office space and 26 bungalows. In separate agreements are The Marriott at Worldcenter, Paramount Worldcenter and the 45-story Hines office building.