Artwork Installed At Newly Built 3 MiamiCentral (Photos)

At All Aboard Florida’s brand new 3 MiamiCentral, artwork has been installed on the building’s exterior.

Publix has signed a lease to open in the building. There will also be offices and a parking garage.

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

A Publix is perfect for this location. The area needs more affordable options.

Anonymous
3 years ago

🙂 Since when is Publix affordable? Granted better than what was there before…the area couldn’t of gotten any worse so this is definitely an improvement none the less.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Would you have rather had Welfaremart providing “affordable” options while destroying the community around it?

AndrewN
3 years ago

Welfaremart? really? With 11,695 stores worldwide I think they serve a much bigger population than you seem to think. I also disagree with the presumption that they destroy the community.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yeah, in generic suburbia. Urban Walmart locations have been failures in cities like Los Angeles and Chicago. Even the Chinese consider Walmart is too cheap and nasty with its failed international expansion.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Publix does the same thing and makes groceries knky affordable to the middle class/wealthy

Anonymous
3 years ago

Publix will build anywhere and be successful. Hell, even the crappiest areas of Miami Gardens and Homestead are lucrative.

Miami
3 years ago

I agree!!, NO WALMART!

Miami
3 years ago

I agree! No Walmart!!, (I live in the neighborhood!)

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yeah, Publix is not affordable! They are a monopoly in downtown Miami and therefore don’t have a need to lower prices. If you want affordable try Walmart, Target. Not saying they should go here but we shouldn’t swallow the cool-aid by saying Publix is affordable. I wish there were more options in downtown

Anonymous
3 years ago

Amazon is making Whole Foods Market cheaper, but it’ll still ultimately be higher tier than Publix. We need another player like an urban Target on Flagler Street (maybe taking Macy’s space if it moves to Worldcenter), Safeway or Kroger to enter the South Florida Market, and/or smaller specialty stores like Trader Joe’s and quality convenience stores like Lawson if it returns to the United States and embarks on an aggressive expansion.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Downtown doesn’t need another Publix. Why not Trader Joe’s?

City Commissioner
3 years ago

The Herald ran a study comparing Publix, Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s, Publix is the most expensive and not necessarily the best.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Nice job with art selection.

Anonymous
3 years ago

A picture of the forest on the side of a building is “great artwork?”

The standards in Miami has really gotten pathetic.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Where were you for SLS Brickell and Brickell Heights? It’s a building, not a bloody canvas. At least it has sort of a fresco feel. It reminds me of the tile murals which Publix had along entrances to their stores built from the 1950s into the 1980s.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Where was I when SLS Brickell and Brickell Heights were built…what, was I supposed to be able to stop the developers from allowing that artwork on those buildings? And that “back to the future crap” is what it is, “passe.” Welcome to the current century.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Looks very very nice….this project is so very important to miami and its future…

Oscar
3 years ago

Digging the mangrove metallic mesh; not sure about the print.

Anonymous
3 years ago

You’d never see this on a Related/Arquitectonica building, now that we know how much Bernardo Fort-Brescia hates mangroves.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It’s his property and his mangrove trees…If he doesn’t like them, why can’t he get rid of them?

If a mangrove tree was to somehow blow down and damage a part of his house, that woman wouldn’t offer jacksh*t to repair it.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So much better than any of Related’s commissioned excuses for “art,” even when Perez has his name slapped on an art museum.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Overtown will be expanding

Anonymous
3 years ago

with Amazon’s headquarters!