New Renderings Of Beckham’s Inter Miami Stadium, After Softbank Announces Office For $5B Fund Here

Inter Miami CF released a video today that showed new renderings of a stadium proposed at Miami Freedom Park.

In the new video, a roof appears to shield most fans from sun and rain while leaving the field under open air, in a concept similar to that at Hard Rock Stadium. Arquitectonica, the firm previously announced as the architect for Beckham’s stadium, also was the architect for the roof at the Hard Rock.

‏The roof appears to be white with pink illumination at night, and may also be either translucent or reflective.

A large plaza is shown next to the stadium, along with a lineup of parking garages with rooftop soccer.

A series of other buildings is also shown, which has been said to be a hotel and a tech hub.

Japan’s Softbank announced plans today for a new $5 billion Softbank Innovation Fund, which would have offices in Miami and a focus on Lain America. Softbank COO Marcelo Claure, a partner with Beckham in the Freedom Park project, will oversee the fund (Softbank founder and CEO Masayoshi Son is also a partner in the Miami project).

The location of the Softbank Innovation Fund office hasn’t been announced, but one obvious choice could be the Freedom Park tech hub.

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Wheres the pathway connecting Airport Metrorail station.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Didn’t you hear? Soccer fans don’t walk or take mass transit.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s a convenient excuse to get the ball rolling on the planned line extension along 37th Avenue to Douglas Road Station.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The Inter Miami lease should include a provision for Metrorail right of way.

William
1 year ago

The Canal should be buried in a 26′ round culvert. And full pedestrian access made available.

This same canal is buried all around the airport and no one see’s it, but its there (look carefully).

Huge opportunity to connect a TOD with a boat load of pedestrians.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This is a pipe dream. The same thing that happened to the New York team will happen here. They decided to start at an “Interim” Stadium in the hopes of building a new one and moving into it in two years… that was 4 years ago and counting. SMH

Anonymous
1 year ago

The obvious choice for SoftBank office is downtown at brightline, since they own fortress, parent company of FEC.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I say World Center. Exactly the kind of development appropriate for a World Center.

Anonymous
1 year ago

world class stadium

Anonymous
1 year ago

Love the team, but a pink stadium? Seriously? SMH
That is one color I just can’t stand.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Love the color!

Anonymous
1 year ago

T Mobile branding

Anonymous
1 year ago

If you don’t like pink, you’re in the wrong city.

Anonymous
1 year ago

There isn’t a more Miami color thank pink. Go away

Anonymous
1 year ago

this lighting scheme would be reminiscent to the Allianz stadium in Munich that changes color. and that stadium is pretty nice. you just dont like the idea of the stadoum, not the color/lighting of it.

suomynona
1 year ago

I hope it flops.

Boo Mas. Boo Inter Miami. Boo this stadium. Boo Beckham. Boo stupid Joe Carollo. Boo crooked Hardemon. Boo Franny Suarez.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Boo you

Suomynona
1 year ago

I’m not ashamed of my comment.

This process left a bad taste in my mouth and I’ve lost complete interest in the venture. I was once very excited.

#FlopBabyFlop

Anonymous
1 year ago

I agree. Unfortunately most people that check this site out say “development at all costs”.. then they complain about traffic, the environment, etc. Idiocy at the finest level.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Just like Marlins Park!! Miami winning again!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Pink toilet seat ,…..

Anonymous
1 year ago

Probably could make a rated-r joke too

A. Nonymous
1 year ago

I’ll see your R and raise you an X.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The Vag ?

Anonymous
1 year ago

exactly! in its period when lit

Anonymous
1 year ago

Any serious fund will open offices in Downtown or Brickell not next to the airport.

Anonymous
1 year ago

An you know this because you own a few offices?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Brickell is the financial capital of latin america. if softbank is opening a latin america office, why wouldn’t they be there…

they need to attract top talent and top talent usually doesn’t want to be in a suburban office park.

Inconvenient Truth
1 year ago

ALL of South Florida’s Fortune 500 companies are HQ’d in suburban office parks except for AutoNation (downtown Ft. Lauderdale).

Anonymous
1 year ago

Where are the banks?

Anonymous
1 year ago

BankUnited HQ Miami Lakes
Ocean Bank HQ LeJeune + NW 7 ST

Anonymous
1 year ago

Very true, why have they she’d away from downtown? I think perception has a lot to do with it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

in addition to the offices near dadeland south. this would be the other office park served by metrorail. therefore, it is still connected to brickell in some way.

Anonymous
1 year ago

suburban office park?? This is Central Miami less than 10 minutes from all- Airport, Health District, BrightLine, TrailRail, surronded by highway connectors. Perfect space between Downtown and Doral.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Based on which theory all the offices have to be in the downtown area???

Anonymous
1 year ago

The roof reminds me of a vagina. Also, someone made a good point, where’s the connection to the Metrorail station??????

Anonymous
1 year ago

Phenomenal cartoon images

Anonymous
1 year ago

They can call it the toilet bowl…

suomynona
1 year ago

The Canes already call that home.

Anonymous
1 year ago

it is a big YES for me!!!
let’s go Beckham!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

add public transportation and it will.be a success!!
Expect a lot of opposition/lobbying from the Hard Rock and the Dolphins….this is a great place for Ultra and the Tennis open

Anonymous
1 year ago

Beautiful stadium!

Anonymous
1 year ago

University of Miami please please consider playing Miami games at this stadium. I promise attendance will raise knowing you don’t have to drive to Miami Gardens… away teams can easily take a flight an stay in hotels in close proximity to the airport and stadium. Definitely a win win for UM!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami averages over 58,000 per game. They would never play games in a 25k seat stadium.

Anonymous
1 year ago

58K is almost the capacity of Hard Rock Stadium and you and I both know that such an average is BS. You may reach a number like that during marquee games (fsu), but across the entire season attendance is more like 25-30% of total capacity.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hard rocks capacity is 65k. Your saying the hurricanes only draw 25% of capacity for a non marquee game. So your saying that average attendance is 16,250 per game? I’ve been a season ticket holder for 7 years, for the past 5 seasons, every home game has been at minimum 80% capacity for non marquee games. And sold out for any divisional or rival game. If you have no idea what your talking about, don’t bother saying anything.

CEC
1 year ago

It does remind one of a vagina. From a male perspective, what is more beautiful than a vagina?

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
1 year ago

a penis!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

As a transgender it’s offensive to me !

Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami corruption at it again!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Looks like Marylin Monroe’s lips ?

Anonymous
1 year ago

What I don’t understand is, why the necessity of so many soccer fields outside this stadium? And being that these soccer fields are so close to one another, what happens if a ball from one soccer field lands on another while there’s multiple games going on?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Just an easy way for them to try to “hide” the fact that those are giant parking garages being built for thousands of people to drive to the game instead of taking public transit.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Long term planning suggestion: Leave a path for the Metro line to continue through, someday.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Connection to the Miami Intermodal Center (Subway and Bus) ???

Anonymous
1 year ago

Did you really write subway?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami doesn’t have Subway. Downtown/Brickell has Metrorail, Metromover, Virgin Trains, Bus, Trolley Buses, Tri-Rail, close to the beach without all the beach headaches of flooding and causeway traffic, much better talent magnet, close to where a lot of its potential employees live or will live.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What? Include a convenient link with an existing, underutilized transit center?
You must be new here.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hideous big red mess

Anonymous
1 year ago

where are the cryers golfers ? …. GGGOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLLL……

Anonymous
1 year ago

Cheap cheesy design, like a bike helmet or a special effects alien ship from a really bad Netflix show. Massive hot paved area with no shade. Epic fail.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I don’t see the mall. Oh wait, that was fake news.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Stadium design looks stunning. I’m glad they are talking about more office space instead of another Florida mall.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Looks like a toilet seat wrapped in toilet paper

Anonymous
1 year ago

Pink?????

Anonymous
1 year ago

Too much to handle for your fragile masculinity?