Miami-Dade commissioners are voting today on a deal with Zom and Miami Worldcenter to renovate the Freedom Tower Metromover Station.
Zom is preparing to break ground this summer on the 44-story, 434-unit Luma Miami Worldcenter apartment tower, but needs a utilities and pedestrian easement through the station property.
As part of the deal, Zom is proposing to spend $3.2 million rebuilding the station. Improvements will include upgrading the aesthetics to match the Worldcenter project, as well as relocating escalators and elevators. Zom will also pay a small amount of rent for the easement.
The public will have access to Miami Worldcenter through the station property.