The massive Metrocenter project in downtown Miami has moved to the Request For Qualification phase, according to the SFBJ.
RFQ packages were issued February 10, the report said.
After development teams are selected in the RFQ, a Request For Proposals will be issued to get detailed development plans and terms from those teams.
The winning bidder will have the right to redevelop 17 acres in Downtown Miami where high-intensity zoning is permitted.
According to an earlier presentation, the top bidder is also expected to be required to build:
The existing Philip Johnson-designed Miami-Dade Cultural Center is expected to be demolished as part of the redevelopment. It was built in 1983.
Up to 23.7 million square foot could be developed on the Metrocenter properties, the county has said.
Conceptual renderings of Metrocenter:
To be demolished: