Construction Underway On Miami Worldcenter Retail Building At Block H

Construction is now underway on a new retail and food & beverage building at Miami Worldcenter.

According to the May 1 Notice of Commencement filed in county records, the developer is building 45,223 square feet of retail on the southern side of Block H, at 150 NE 7th Street, adjacent to the under-construction Luma tower.

Block H will be one of two main public garages with 922 parking spaces, according to the website of construction manager Square Edge.

The Block H project will span an entire city block, when including the Luma tower.

On the east side, it will become Miami Worldcenter’s main vehicular point of entry while being visible from Biscayne Boulevard. To the north is the World Square plaza. On the south side is the Florida East Coast Rail line to PortMiami.

Elkus Manfredi is the design architect, with Stantec the project architect.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

So MWC really got the article of yesterday deleted??? The one about 600/700 Biscayne.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m sure they got a nice note from Paramount…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Most probably bought sight unseen and probably wont go anyway and don’t care.

Anonymous
2 years ago

As if Paramount’s customers don’t know better. If they really wanna secure that view they better buy that lot because deleting articles doesn’t erase the fact that some building might soon be built in front of them

Anonymous
2 years ago

yeah i also wondered why it disappeared ….

Anonymous
2 years ago

“This article has been removed at the request of the developer.”- The Next Miami

Anonymous
2 years ago

And who pressed the developer to ask for its removal??

Anonymous
2 years ago

If you know the answer, then tell us.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Lol it’s still there just not on the front page. They moved it down with more older stories

Anonymous
2 years ago

Click on it and try to read it

William
2 years ago

What did the article say?

Interested
2 years ago

Where are these architects from? You are building exposed retail in Miami. You better provide some shade and rain protection or stores will die of loneliness in the summer.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah, nice big white box we got here.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Have you visited Wynwood or Lincoln Road Lately?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Lincoln Road has shade, Wynwood not so much.
Have YOU visited Wynwood on an August afternoon?

Anonymous
2 years ago

They call them trees, you plant them, they grow big and then they provide shade, lots of shade.

marc
2 years ago

Do you not see all the trees that aren’t palms or the umbrellas lining the cafes?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Are you aware that that is not a real photograph?

marc
2 years ago

What does that have to do with it? I guess you don’t see all the “real” oaks being planted by MWC so far?

Anonymous
2 years ago

That is probably why Disney, Universal, Etc only open in the winter.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Elkus Manfredi is top notch. Stantec probably dumbed it down, but it could look far worse.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Boston

Anonymous
2 years ago

People keep saying MWC is concerned about 600/700 Biscayne project blocking views! Hello people! They are already blocked! MWC knows this and never had the idea that they would have views of the river. There are plenty units in Brickell with no water front views that sale for more than MWC. Everybody don’t care about views of water, there are plenty empty units in Miami Beach and Sunny Isles if buyers wanted that. Some buyers are all about location and amenities! I’ve been following the MWC project for years an they always focus on location and the most amenities in the world!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yet they advertise Paramount as waterfront and in every picture they make sure you don’t see MarinaBlue in front of it but they take it from an angle where Marinablue is covered and it looks like it’s waterfront…

Anonymous
2 years ago

& also having the amenity deck on top of the parking deck instead of a higher level is another fail for Paramount.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ugly ugly ugly , blank wall parking garages. Not urban at all.

Is this the project that was proposed as no parking and the city didn’t like it because it had no parking?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Everything a company does is to make money. It isn’t blank to save money, it’s only blank until the highest bidder advertises there. The new iPhone 1300 S Ultra Quattro! That kind of thing you already see on 836 etc. Make a nice design? Collect on ad revenue? Basic white it is! See you in Pumpkin latte Ugg season.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Is MWC still creating a roundabout? Or has that been scrapped?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stantec is not the engineer***

Anonymous
2 years ago

What was taken down?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Cool! Miami gets its ‘Lincoln Road’!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Are they building a project for people or for cars?
Why provide parking in a downtown setting?
It will never be successful.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah, because everyone in their brother does not own a car. That parking lot will sit empty for years! I mean we have Uber/Lyft and .. and.. teleportation… and …..

Anonymous
2 years ago

The Miami DNA got it taken down.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Why?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Too many pro Ultra comments.