Miami Worldcenter Planning To Build An Entertainment Hub, Food Hall & Rooftop Restaurant

Miami Worldcenter has plans to build an entertainment hub, food hall and a rooftop restaurant in downtown Miami, according to newly released marketing material.

Details of the new additions were included in a brochure for Legacy, a condo-hotel project that launched sales at Miami Worldcenter this month.  Legacy is being built Royal Palm Companies, the same developer that recently completed the 60-story Paramount Miami Worldcenter.

The entertainment hub will include 90,000 square feet of “world class entertainment,” along with the food hall, next to the CitizenM Hotel that is preparing to begin construction. Also next to the food hall will be a rooftop restaurant.

A public square known as Worldsquare will be next to the CitizenM hotel and will be used for concerts, open markets, and community gatherings.

Two promenades will run from Worldsquare.

The 7th Street Promenade will be lined with shops that cater to daily necessities, including hair salons, a nail bar, coffee shops, ice cream shops, banks and a corner restaurant. Some of the retail there has already been built, but tenants have not yet been announced.

A second promenade at the base of Paramount, called World Promenade, has retail space that is already mostly built out. It will be filled with regional fashion retailers and restaurants.

A Marriott Marquis Hotel & Convention Center with 1,800 luxury rooms and 600,000 square feet of convention space is also planned.

 

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peej
2 years ago

MWC is truly struggling with its identity–this new marketing material is all fluff w/ no confirmed content, other than an awful-looking hotel w/ tiny rooms.

This was supposed to be our Times Square, now they’re saying there will be “A” rooftop restaurant & “A” corner restaurant? Plus Miami’s 10th Food Hall??

How many times has the Convention Center been delayed? There’s a TNM post from 12/11/14 saying it “could break ground within weeks”, yet here we are 5 years later and it’s “also planned”??

Not a good sign…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Exactly. Everything here is about entertainment. There is nothing that even hints of a Worldcenter. Certainly no world class companies, and even if that was the intent, there are no dedicated office towers to help attract such companies, and probably no efforts to attract them to this area. How many food halls do we need? Just one block away there is Virgin Trains station with a food hall.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The plan included 110 at 10th a really pretty office building across the street from 1000 Museum. Now, that one was also delayed or shelved for later… but just mentioning that there was supposed to be Class A office space.

Anonymous
2 years ago

and the food halls are empty. that one on lincoln road you can tell those will all be out of biz. the virgin one dead. and when these places are dead you know the food isn’t fresh. food poisoning centers.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They are indeed food poisoning centers because they are missing the key ingredient: people. Sad.

Anonymous
2 years ago

yes that is exactly the problem, you cant build and build with no new jobs coming in… foreigners are done buying, china is done, latin america is in a slowdown for the next 5-10 yrs.

Anonymous
2 years ago

World Class companies go to high taxes states

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami the city of food halls and malls. For sake, build a central square as all the major cities which all the city life goes around.

Anonymous
2 years ago

And I ve said it before and here it goes again. Without convention hotel and SKyrise, it will be a ghost town

Anonymous
2 years ago

Every time I see renders of MWC for a new article it seems like things have been moved around.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They should change the name.

Anonymous
2 years ago

to Tetris ? 😉

Anonymous
2 years ago

What exactly is “world class entertainment” ??

Anonymous
2 years ago

stripper bars

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nail salons, Botox Bars, ………

Anonymous
2 years ago

Casinos

Anonymous
2 years ago

Marketing hype.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’ll believe it when I see it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Didnt you say this exact thing on the okan post…we get it you have no faith

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah, it’s all going to go the way of Aston Martin. Remember when we all thought that was going to happen ?

Anonymous
2 years ago

What are you talking about? Construction for Aston Martin is going on as we speak. I live across the street and can see it from my window. Stop being a Trump, spreading fake news!

Anonymous
2 years ago

I feel bad for the world-class suckers who bought apartments at Paramount and were swindled by the developers. First it was going to be a world class mall That was downsized to a Paseo. Now its been downsized to a entertainment center. No thank you.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They will have to wait a generation to make a profit or feel like they are living in a city but with the parking rules in place, maybe it’ll never happen

Anonymous
2 years ago

Literally a parking garage and a soccer field.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Aaaa more lies

Anonymous
2 years ago

Let’s hit ALL the trends at once !! Let’s not forget their foresight into the future to have a flying car landing pad on the roof of Paramount. 😉 LMAO

Anonymous
2 years ago

This project sucks, sorry. It’s a complete failure. But hey, lots of parking and soccer field!

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Anonymous
2 years ago

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Anonymous
2 years ago

The entertainment hub will include 90,000 square feet of “world class entertainment,”

Um, you don’t build a place with “world Class entertainment” in it already, any type of entertainment it gets that’s there has to be brought in unless it’s an amusement park like Disneyland or Disney World.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Looks like club space is replaced by a parking garage on that rendering. what a shame!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ya WTF is that all about?

Anonymous
2 years ago

I hear about high end restaurants,fashion retailers,food hall,coffee shop,ice cream shop but no dollar store. we need a dollar store at MWC.Dollar tree please open up a store at MWC

Anonymous
2 years ago

Bwwaaaahahahahahaha !!!! Nowhere in the lugggggssssuuurious broker babble did anyone dare mention a Dollar Store ! Are you mad !??

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s my understanding they will, after a flagship Sedano’s.

EJS
2 years ago

So what year is that map from? It’s kinda old. Caoba is totally different in this musty, old map. TNM, don’t waste our time with this fluff.

City Dude
2 years ago

Google Maps is WAAAAAAY behind. (TNM doesn’t make their maps… Google does) If you go to Google, Miami Central hasn’t even started yet! They used to update yearly!

Anonymous
2 years ago

yeahhh another food court. LOL blech.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Another food hall for what?
For whom? The homeless????

Anonymous
2 years ago

“shops that cater to daily necessities, including hair salons, a nail bar, coffee shops, ice cream shops, banks and a corner restaurant”

It’s good they’re actually thinking about daily necessities for residents, but hopefully will also include a place for groceries/a pharmacy?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Concerts in worldsquare? Did Paramount buyers know about this? That is going to be a disaster for lower floors.

Anonymous
2 years ago

lower floors ?? the sound will resonate all the way up ! LMAO

Anonymous
2 years ago

indeed, my buddy at 50 biscayne on 30 something floor hated umf and any concert in the park and that was across six lanes plus not across the street

Anonymous
2 years ago

Newer construction won’t really hear that type of noise because of the windows used today. Anything built before Hurricane Wilma didn’t have the standards of windows we have today, which reduce noise by 50-80%. 50 Biscayne is older and that’s why they can hear everything. I can guarantee you folks living in X Miami probably don’t hear half the noise 50 Biscayne does.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Be a nice spot for a city target downtown! And Banana Republic :). How about Cheesecake Factory. Tourist love that restaurant.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
2 years ago

Not a city Target, a full size Target. There’s plenty of room. No need for a glorified CVS.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
2 years ago

Brickell City Centre > Miami World Center

NYC Loves Miami
2 years ago

You’re comparing something that is 100% complete vs something that is 10% complete. Makes total sense. All the haters on here will be hanging out at MWC several years from now…Guaranteed!

Anonymous
2 years ago

What exactly consist of “world class entertainment” ??

Not Gene
2 years ago

Pitbull, duh.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Great spot for an NFL draft event.

Frank
2 years ago

Cant wait!

Anonymous
2 years ago

great content !

Anonymous
2 years ago

Obviously needs more parking.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes, right, cars consume lots of croquetas and pastelitos

Anonymous
2 years ago

I hope a lot of this is ready for the Superbowl crowd.

Anonymous
2 years ago

ROYAL PALM COMPANIES

Not Communities – FYI

Anonymous
2 years ago

Well they’re not showing the Marriott, making me hope the design will change back to something imaginative.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“daily necessities” wtf? did this get downgraded to 1 star level area? Cmon !

Robert
2 years ago

How about a city target.

Anonymous
2 years ago

never liked this project from the start

Anonymous
2 years ago

I was just thinking to myself. “Yeah that’s what Miami needs more of… another food hall! And some more of those luxury condos and parking podiums too!”

Anonymous
2 years ago

What exactly consist of “world class entertainment” ??

Anonymous
2 years ago

my bedroom

Anonymous
2 years ago

An O Cinema location would be a step in the right direction.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Too bad downtown/Brickell already has some great small cinemas. O needs to reopen in Wynwood.