The developers of Miami Worldcenter have signed a deal to connect a new standalone retail building planned next to World Square.
The agreement was dated March 8.
According to the agreement, a total of 15,000 square feet of retail will be connected to the county’s water and sewer system.
The new building will be built at Worldcenter’s Block F West, the agreement states.
Nitin Motwani signed the agreement on behalf of developing entity MWC Retail F West LLC.
The proposed standalone retail building went into construction permitting on February 1, and is currently undergoing corrections.
Block F West is planned as a 1-story building rising 27 feet, with a total of 16,629 square feet of retail, the permit states.
Total hard construction cost for Block F West is estimated at $12M, according to the permit filing.
There have been rumors that Worldcenter may be getting an Apple Store, according to a Tweet from Ryan RC Rea, citing a source.
Screenshot from Miami Worldcenter website, showing the site of the proposed standalone retail building: