New renderings have been revealed of Miami Worldcenter where the site maps now show a 24-story, 250-key hotel on the 7th Street Promenade. The hotel would be one block from the 1,700-key Marriott Marquis Hotel & Convention Center, which is also coming to Miami Worldcenter. Zom will also break ground in the next few months on Luma Miami Worldcenter, a 44-story, 434-unit residential tower. Zom has proposed $3.2 million to rebuild the Freedom Tower Metromover Station due to needing a utilities and pedestrian easement through the property to move ahead with Luma Miami Worldcenter. The station would be designed to integrate with Miami Worldcenter aesthetically and would give the public direct access to the district.
Miami Worldcenter is a $2 billion mixed-use mega-project coming to Downtown Miami led by Art Falcone, Nitin Motwani. The total retail component will features 360,000 SF of high-street retail which Miami Worldcenter Associates, Taubman Centers and The Forbes Company are currently leasing. Miami Worldcenter is being developed by Miami Worldcenter Associates, Taubman Centers, The Forbes Company, and MDM Group with the master plan designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects. The project includes the PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter condo tower being developed by Paramount Ventures led by Dan Kodsi, in addition to a 1,700-key Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo as well as a 45-story office tower being developed by Hines.