Loud And Live Taking Over Former Herald Site At Resorts World Miami

The former Miami Herald property will become a site for temporary entertainment events:

Resorts World Miami & Loud and Live to Transform Former Miami Herald Property Into Premier Event Venue
Resorts World Miami selects and partners with Loud and Live to manage the landmark Miami Bayfront property

MIAMI, Jan. 24, 2018 / — Resorts World Miami has selected and established a multi-year partnership with Loud and Live to bring premier events to the 14.6-acre parcel that was once home to the Miami Herald from 1963 to 2015. This exclusive Biscayne Bay waterfront property, currently called Herald Plaza, is located in the heart of downtown Miami and is a stunning venue to host a wide variety of special events across the lifestyle, art, music, entertainment and sports worlds, among others.

“Resorts World has been looking for the right group and the right opportunity to engage the property, and bring value to the community,” said Ray Valentino the VP of Operations at Resorts World. “We are confident that Loud and Live, a national leader in the live events, marketing and entertainment industry, will establish the property as one of the top waterfront destinations in South Florida to host premier local, national and international events,” added Valentino.

The singular location will accommodate all kinds of temporary structures in order to satisfy the needs of any given event.

“With its impressive offerings of large-scale space, waterfront setting, stunning views and a central location, Herald Plaza is an ideal event site for lifestyle brands, entertainment, sports properties and global corporations,” said Nelson Albareda, CEO of Loud and Live. “We look forward to securing Herald Plaza its place on the short list of the best event venues internationally and partnering with Resorts World to do so.”

Resorts World has begun hosting major events at the Herald Plaza, with the inaugural tenant being Art Miami and Context Art Fair, which ran from December 5-10, 2017.

 

About Loud and Live
An Entertainment, Marketing, Media & Live Events Company, Loud and Live performs at the intersection of music, sports, lifestyle and content development. Headquartered in Miami, Florida, our success is driven by our passion to create engaging and technology-embedded experiences for global audiences.

(photo: ron kanka)

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305
3 years ago

finish baywalk….

Anonymous
3 years ago

All the way to 195, not stopping in the middle of Edgewater…

Anonymous
3 years ago

I live across the street from this property…. A little nervous about a company called “loud and live”….?

Anonymous
3 years ago

if i lived at the venetia i would go to the condo board and dig a little deeper cause if they have concerts your screwed that building doesnt have impact glass, even then you’ll still hear it

congressman carlos curbelo
3 years ago

what a f*cking drag…. this whole area of downtown suffers from having empty lots for transient users instead of being developed into a coherent community. every single property owner is waiting for the other to build so their land will be more valuable and they don’t have to take development risks. everybody’s a flipper. genting needs to get outta town. no public outreach. no actual plans for development. on one of the more important properties in the whole city.

Wake up
3 years ago

yo wtf, their plan was killed by Tallahassee, blame it on the north Floridians

Anonymous
3 years ago

Totally agree. Too much money and interest from Orlando. They don’t want casinos in Miami. Jealous bastards.

Anonymous
3 years ago

North Floridians are twice as educated as the rest of this state. If it was up to you all the state would be full of minimum wage paying casinos and amusement parks instead of real industry.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well, the whole state can’t be the house that Mickey Mouse built. Miami is Florida’s focus point and it don’t need people in Tallahassee telling it whats good or bad for it.

Miami is the city that pulled Florida out of it’s “backwater” portrayal to the rest of the country. North Florida should just pay attention as always and get out of Miami’s way.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Who is this guy who always brings up education? I swear this clown is prolly a eugenicist who would probably love to talk to you about how races cant mix because they have different IQ’s! Shut up and bend over for Rick Scott and the Jacksonville bum-jammers you fool

Anonymous
3 years ago

because they didn’t know gambling is illegal at Bushwood, Sir…. and I never slice !

Anonymous
3 years ago

PUNT!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

If I’m a trillionaire lol, I would build a super tall skyscraper and relocate Miami Intl airport out west by miccosukee so theres no issue with FAA. We need a super tall buildings in our city! If only.. Lmaoo

Anonymous
3 years ago

Better place for MIA would be out in the bay south of Key Biscayne around Stiltsville. Reclaim the land if necessary and fill, just like they did in Hong Kong! Sky would be the limit for downtown.

Alan
3 years ago

“We need a super tall building in our city” Can you please elaborate what this Great tall building would do?

West of Miccosukee lies something called the Everglades, one of the countries most important and ecologically protected areas home to many animals/species and plant life. You really want to build an airport out there just to build another tall building? Even with your Trillion dollars, you couldn’t buy vision. Thank god you aren’t in charge.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It was joke, count to ten and breath 🙂 I can see you don’t have a sense of humor. Grow some balls!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Begun in 1968 as the Everglades Jetport (also known as Big Cypress Jetport), the airport was planned to be the largest airport in the world, covering 39 square miles with six runways, and connected to both central Miami and the Gulf of Mexico by an expressway and monorail line. The airport would have been five times the size of JFK Airport in New York.[2] At the time, the Boeing 2707 was under development and it was anticipated that supersonic aircraft would dominate long-haul air transportation. South Florida was viewed as an ideal location for an intercontinental SST hub due to the limitation that such aircraft would have to fly over water.[3] Because of environmental concerns and the cancellation of the 2707 program, construction was halted in 1970 after the completion of just one 10,500′ runway.

Anonymous
3 years ago

More shows and events like circus de soleil would be great here.

Yohan Perez
3 years ago

That means The casino is in cold storage for now. Well at least the space will be used for some activity.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Tent City USA – what a bunch of crap!

Anonymous
3 years ago

What events has Loud and Live hosted in the past? Looks like a brand new company with no track record, best I can tell.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well known for setting up concerts and shows.. check them out on facebook.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Man, F**K Resorts World.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hey, waddaya mean? Resorts World has been “looking for the right group and the right opportunity to engage the property, and bring value to the community,”

Ya see, after all these years they finally found them!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Doubt this will happen in our life time with the rate its going.. I think our great grandchildren will see this become a reality lol.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Contract for the next few years? Wow! I guess it’s safe to say this will sit undeveloped for the next 5 years. Thanks Tallahassee always holding Florida back from becoming something more than a retirement state.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Construir un aeropuerto de despegue vertical,así poder construir edificios mas altos

Anonymous
3 years ago

The next Amazon headquarters