Miami Worldcenter’s Mixed-Use Block H Is Now Rising With Parking, Retail & Restaurant Space

A major mixed-use component of Miami Worldcenter is now rising out of the ground.

Square Edge Inc, a consultant for the project, wrote on social media that Worldcenter’s Block H is rising at the same time as the Luma tower.

Block H will have multiple uses, including retail, food and beverage, and parking.

The parking garage is perhaps the biggest element, with a total of 922 spaces. It is one of two main public parking garages at Worldcenter.

Retail is also a major component, with total retail space in the structure that is now going vertical 48,000 square feet, including food and beverage on levels 1, 2 and 12.

For those arriving at Worldcenter by car, a driveway at Block H will serve as the main drop off point.

Worldcenter’s main public plaza will be located to the north of Block H, while the CitizenM hotel is under construction to the northeast. The 43-story Luma is rising directly east.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

I would love to see these developers upgrade the metro Mover Stations that are directly adjacent to their developments, with better lighting, more covered walkways over the stairs for safety when it’s raining, and AIR CONDITIONING on the platform. AC would be a game-changer. It is hot when walking to the Mover, and even though there is a bit of AC on the mover, as soon as the doors open, it all rushes out.

Reality
1 year ago

Install a CLIMATE RIBBON!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

I would love it more if YOU would do all that with YOUR money.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Why would you ask an anonymous poster on a blog to fund a public project? Are you… an idiot?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Damn good comeback bro! Nobody should ever suggest anything they can’t do personally.

Anonymous
1 year ago

We can do more if we work together.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Quality, Big-time project for Downtown Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

1k more spaces wow

Anonymous
1 year ago

I know. WILL SOMEBODY TELL THEM TO STOP MAKING CARS!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

How did they get approved with huge blank walls around the garage?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Excuse me but is this a garage or a painters canvas?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes, because not everyone who will go there will be taking the trains, some will drive. And for all the parking garage haters, that is just the way it is.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Aaaaahhhhh hhhhaaaaa!!!.. I don’t like parking garages (sniff sniff)… aaahhhhh hhhaaaaaa!!!!!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Triggered anti-parking space people coming, of course they ignore that its parking spaces for AAA events and other downtown events.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Ignore the #tRolls

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’m sorry – have events been canceled or not happened due to lack of parking at the AAA? I must have missed that!

Anonymous
1 year ago

The soon to be named something else AA Arena, The Arsht Center, The Museums, etc will always need plenty of parking, especially now that most of the vacant lots in downtown Miami are disappearing.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This world center always looks different. How many sets of rendering have they gone through

POLO
1 year ago

When all else is done, it will be a new city within a city.

Anonymous
1 year ago

One big main plaza like the center squares in Europe city’s will be big plus. It’s nothing like that in us cities and will give character to Miami downtown.the city must get real city center.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes yes yes!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

With the new Niido – AirBnB next door.

Anonymous
1 year ago

That area needs a large upscale destination resort casino.
Tax it, and use the money on infrastructure and the benefit for Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

That never works. The social costs always outweigh the tax revenue for Casinos.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah.. will somebody tell the people of Las Vegas that contrary to what they think and believe, socially, casinos are hurting their city and what their city should really aspire to be like is “no casino crime free Miami.”

Anonymous
1 year ago

Vegas is a trashy, boring place. I would never go back.

Anonymous
1 year ago

So in Miami, it won’t make much of a difference.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hmmmm….I have noticed that outside the casinos in Paris France, Basel Switzerland, Macau or in Monocco.
Does your way of thinking apply to EVERY situation?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Stfu with taxes!! Who the f voluntarily taxes people?

Anonymous
1 year ago

AOC, Elizabeth Warren, comrade Sanders, etc.

chino
1 year ago

Or comrade Trump who just put American farmers under government welfare on the taxpayers dime by destroying their markets…or the rich socialists who live tax free…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Did you see all 3 markets break new all time highs today?
Action speaks louder…

Anonymous
1 year ago

PERFECT CALL!
READ THE TRANSCRIPT!

Anonymous
1 year ago

https://www.pgpf.org/national-debt-clock?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI07K1wfy85gIVkYFaBR3NDQQUEAAYASAAEgIc1_D_BwE
So is the National Debt.
Are you familiar with the Buying Back Stock term?
Call me the day you wake up in the morning not knowing what to do with the disposable income resulting from this great economy.

Anonymous
1 year ago

We’ve been subsidizing farmers for decades.

Anonymous
1 year ago

They will surely destroy the economy and this country

Anonymous
1 year ago

The pendulum swing that Obama and Democrats put this country’s economy in has been doing nothing but going up up up up…..

Anonymous
1 year ago

That is a stupid comment. Obama pulled this country from the edge of financial ruin, perpetuated by George Bush and his fellow repugnants. Facts do matter. It takes much more than a few good days in the financial markets. As we speak the very infrastructure of the economy is being dismantled by a simpleton who is in way over his head. Farmers are on welfare! Do you remember these comments? “We’re gonna bring all of our great American companies back home from China”. I challenge you to name ONE company that came back to the US from China. America is now a dirty world to most of our former allies. Again, facts do matter.

Anonymous
1 year ago

actually a democratic house and congress ala frank dodd caused the housing crash at the warning by republicans you are right facts certanly matter especiallywith trillions of stimulus wasted 0 percent interest rates stagnant to lower wages and gdp the worst recovery in history

Anonymous
1 year ago

“actually a democratic house and congress ala frank dodd caused the housing crash at the warning by republicans”

Ha!.. don’t you just love it the way republicons shape facts the way they want them to appear?

This is what I do remember.. I do remember how bankers and other financial institutions ran to Bush and begged for a bailout to keep their shirts on because of their own manipulative financial disasters that were not just causing a crash in the housing market but was also reeking economic havoc on the economy in this country and it was now coming back to haunt them.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Foxconn.
While the community organizer Barrack Obama borrowed trillions of dollars to “stimulate” the economy. The skyscraper developer Donald J. Trump championed the Tax Reform and Jobs Act. Hundreds of millions ($400M from Apple alone) was repatriated to the USA.
Additionally, DJT wrote an Executive Order the requires that 2 regulations are rescinded for any new regulation added.
Those two things alone are laudable.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Barrack Obama borrowed trillions of dollars to “stimulate” an economy that was F’ed up because of GW Bush and his republicon cronies. Only a con man can claim he did something when in fact he is known to not even read one sentence in the daily briefings his own cabinet puts out. Mitt Romney told you Trump is a con man, Micheal Cohen told you Trump is a con man, Omarosa told you Trump is con man. Geez I don’t know why you other republicons refuse to believe it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I rather pay taxes than having to waist 35% of our income in car-related expenses for the rest of my life, just because our low taxes FL has not money to invest in a mass transit system. Not to mention, that our low taxes state has the 3rd lowest minimum wage in the Union and it is unable to attract jobs that are not related to cleaning toilets in Disney World y South Beach Hotels.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I remember back in the day Ronald Reagan said “no new taxes, instead what you’re gonna now pay are User Fees.” And sure enough, citizens of this country were too dumb to figure out that that was just new taxes by another name.

Anonymous
1 year ago

There are many ways for a city to make money. Casinos cause more problems than they solve and gambling is really just very dull and mindless.

Anonymous
1 year ago

if this ever changing, half of what it was first promise is what we called Miami Worldcenter we are just kidding ourselves about the idea of miami ever becoming a global city

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hideous. This suburban type project which completely shuns the City. Hopeless developers + vision less leaders. Repeal the SAP process of Miami 1821!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Agreed! The dark desolate vacant lots filled with hobos and crackheads were far superior to this “Suburban type project”.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nothing suburban about this.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Some of the nicest and most interesting projects have come out of SAP’s. You crazies trying to get rid of them are some annoying NIMBY’s.