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Construction Progress At MiamiCentral, Which Takes Up Five City Blocks (Photos)

Construction Progress At MiamiCentral, Which Takes Up Five City Blocks (Photos)

Construction is continuing at MiamiCentral, which is set to transform downtown Miami when it opens later this year.

The massive project spans five city blocks, with retail, residential and office space above and around a new train terminal.

Below are photos of the development taken this week:

 

 

new pedestrian bridge to government center metrorail/metromover:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Big-time investment for city of Miami.. incredible project

Anonymous
Anonymous

Its going to spur more development in every direction.

suomynona
suomynona

Love the project. I literally see the progress every day when I walk out my front door.

Hate those v-arches. Gross. haha. It’s not to my aesthetic taste.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Do they still expect us to believe trains will be pulling in and out of here next month? I feel another delay announcement.

BDub
BDub

Some of the crossings south of 36th street look like there are still single track sections.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah I noticed that too.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That intersection is about to be loads more fun.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They plan on running limited service between Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach before the end of the year, if all goes well during the upcoming testing period.

Anonymous
Anonymous

better to be delay and make it right and safe!!!

J S Lasher
J S Lasher

I am fully inclined to agree with you. Would suspect that March or April 2018 are more reasonable targets.

Mainland
Mainland

And…. after 5 years they still have been unable to put down an extra 100 feet of concrete platform at the Miami Airport station so that Amtrak can start using that station.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Man I wish the convention center would’ve started construction at the same time as AAF.

Anonymous
Anonymous

0% chance they start running trains by the end of the year at this rate.

Anonymous
Anonymous

but does it connect to overtown station?

suomynona
suomynona

You mean Wilkie D Ferguson? No, it doesn’t appear that it does.

suomynona
suomynona

But I also think that would be/would’ve been a good idea.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I think he meant Historic Overtown Station.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What “historic” station?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre Station. The official name for the station

Anonymous
Anonymous

Okay… Well, does it connect?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Okay… Well, does it connect?

Kurt
Kurt

Overtown is a historic neighborhood

Kurt
Kurt

No, it doesn’t .

Cobra
Cobra

Looking good but it is still months away from being done. Can’t wait to see trains come and go. Bringing more tourists and reactivating this part of town.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s embarrassing how this connects to something like Government Center. A major renovation and expansion (east/west Metrorail line) were needed even before AAF was announced.