New Renderings Of Miami Worldcenter, Where A Third Hotel May Be In Planning

Miami Worldcenter appears to be planning to build a third hotel, according to a newly released site map.

The new hotel would front the north side of the 7th Street Promenade, the site map shows.

One block east, a 24-story, 250-key may be planned. A block west, the 1,700-room Marriott Marquis hotel and convention center is being planned.

A new website promoting the retail component has also been created, along with new renderings.

 

new video to market retail space:

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Anonymous
3 years ago

I wonder if a copter can fly fast through the center opening of that 1st rendering.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Only Airwolf can. ?

Anonymous
3 years ago

lol true!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Lol

Anonymous
3 years ago

LOL…One of my top 5 80’s TV show. 🙂

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yup!!, love its theme song.

marc
3 years ago

Nah Blue Thunder or gtfo

Anonymous
3 years ago

F**k that, Roy Sheider should stick to catching sharks. r.i.p.

Jan-Michael Vincent with the wolf ??

Anonymous
3 years ago

Blowing up sharks was more like it. Lol

But I like both Blue thunder and Airwolf. Both bad ass copters.

Anonymous
3 years ago

New awesome looking renderings for this awesome completely pedestrian friendly area? Who cares! Let’s talk about parking (sarcasm intended)!

OK – seriously, MWC is looking better each time we see a new rendering.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Why did you go there? I was hoping I could start the anti-parking discussion! LOL

Anonymous
3 years ago

That’s what you have to do when you’re selling to people halfway around the world. Those who are here with boots on the ground won’t be fooled.

Boots on the Ground
3 years ago

Such negativity tends to emanate from mediocrity.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I can’t do enough lol’s for that statement!

Anonymous
3 years ago

” Let’s talk about parking (sarcasm intended)! ”

and not enough Parks full of trees. (More sarcasm intended)

Anonymous
3 years ago

Museum Park (Two blocks away) could really use more trees.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I think Jorge Perez is more concerned about the Museum with his name on it having more visitors.

Roy Jr Miami Springs
3 years ago

Cant get in that New Planetarium. Always packed, no seats. Have to wait for hours.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Finally…my kind of humor. Lol.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Great video!! From where this area was to where it’s going is astonishing! Truly world class and desperately needed for Miami!

Anonymous
3 years ago

I agree.. Prime real-estate.. goes to show how young Miami is… the whole downtown, midtown, brickell area is just getting started.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes… that’s why I’m always amused at how some people come on this site and try to compare Miami to cities like Barcelona, New York, or Paris and not realizing that compared to those cities, Miami is still just taking baby steps.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I agree! We should strive for mediocrity.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well, instead of complaining, use your great wealth and lead by example then.

A. Nonymous
3 years ago

When fully built, MWC with its pedestrian passages and public spaces could become Miami’s version of Rockefeller Center in New York . The proposed Hines office tower will help, hope the second phase includes more such quality office buildings.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I’m a big fan of this project!

Anonymous
3 years ago

PERMIT APPROVED. START YOUR FOUNDATIONS TOMORROW PLZ.

Anonymous
3 years ago

start it today

Anonymous
3 years ago

When they first scraped the mall I was disappointed then they showed the high street renders. I then got even more excited when I pictured how much better the experience would be. After seeing this new render I’m so glad they made the change because Miami really needs this. We will now have a real downtown we can be proud of Miami deserves this. I hope this brings more office space an development to the downtown area especially to the other side of Brightline. If I was a developer this area would definitely be the area I would invest in!

Anonymous
3 years ago

New concept is terrific.. so glad they changed it from enclosed mall.

However as we know Miami is hot in the long summers, so area needs to get a lot of shade trees.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Just remember though, trees came become hazardous objects in a hurricane.

Anonymous
3 years ago

There are plenty cities that get hot in the summer. I’m sure people will be fine without a bunch of trees everywhere. Im not against trees but put in the right places. How many real cities you see that have shade trees everywhere In there Downtown? I want that real city downtown feel I hate that Florida country small side wall, no foot traffic, grassy, no density, parking garages everywhere feel. I know your going to say well go to another city but no I love my city I just wish we where more like a really city.We can never be that unless we start doing what cities do no more parking pedestals, wider sidewalks, better mass transit, etc

Anonymous
3 years ago

I see you are tired to, just like I am, when people come on this site and complain about things being not being in areas where they make no sense being i.e. parks and trees everywhere downtown. As our downtown core takes shape, I think that people who we see coming on this site and complaining unnecessarily about mundane things that really won’t catapult this city into greatness will understand and appreciate the changes once developers are finished with this and other areas that have been woefully overlooked for far too long in this beautiful city.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The cities without parking pedestals were developed before the automobile.
The automobile is great on many levels of thinking. On one level, the automobile represents freedom and individuality.
There is no doubt that communists and socialists would be against individuals. They are against individual freedom and liberty.
Individuals with the freedom to do what they want when they want pose a very direct threat to the centralized control that these “get cars off the road types” dream of.

Central planners want everyone to be slaves to trains.
Slaves to a schedule that the rulers dictate.
Slaves to the PATH that the rulers dictate the trains should follow.

Most people in the United States of America deplore slavery and government control. The guy (it’s probably ONE guy posting a lot) keeps advocating against cars and for trains that go in a place that someone else picks, on a schedule that someone else picks. That is not a consistent with Life, Liberty, and pursuit of happiness.

The Central planners who seek to control an individuals schedule and path can’t do it alone.
They need dopey professors (in Stalin’s time, they called them “useful idiots”) to teach a young and gullible generation that individualism (cars) are bad.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Favorite project

Anonymous
3 years ago

I hope Block A2, Block B2, and Block E2 comes to fruition by the time the Superbowl in 2026 comes to town.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What is the building in the first rendering with the sky pool thing? I don’t see it anywhere on the project website

Anonymous
3 years ago

Looks good, but nowhere near a great as the previous Marriott renderings before being architecturally sodomized into a box. Wishfully, maybe an updated rendering will come?

Special Area Plans must be abolished
3 years ago

No park? Almost no green space? What happened to Miami 21’s minimum 10% open green space requirement? Oh, it is an SAP so no minimum amount of green space needs to be provided!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Heck, just walk about two blocks or less and across the street from this project you’ll be in all the green space you want in Bayfront, Museum, and Bicentennial parks.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami 21 is not that great.
If you don’t like this project, then don’t live there.
If you look on a Google Earth aerial, you will see lots of green space in Overtown and in Liberty City.
If you really want greenspace, check out Detroit, Michigan.
Greenspace is great if thoughtful and in the places where individuals demand it. NOT where central planner DICTATE where it has to go.

FREE markets work.

Anonymous
3 years ago

woah woah woah woah what the FUCK is going on next to the AA? is that bay walk across the slip??? why?? you want to bring ships into the slip not keep them out

A. Nonymous
3 years ago

Don’t worry, that pedestrian bridge will never be built.

David
3 years ago

what happened with all the good looking buildings from previous renderings?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Why is a British accent usually used in these pitches?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Obviously…a British accent adds +15 to anyone’s IQ.

Anonymous
1 year ago

No Club Space!!!!!!!!!! oh yea. I love it. Knock all that crap down on that block.

Roy Jr Miami Springs
3 years ago

and yet – no Metro Train Expansion to key areas like FIU and West Kendall.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Um, this is being built by private developers. If you want to complain about a Metrorail expansion, you have to address that to the city and county commissions.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Excellent point Junior!
I’ll bet that the people who live in a $1Million apartment in World Center have a way to get to their World Literature classes at the FIU South Campus without a billion dollar train.

Kendall is a key area.

How much should the fare for this Train be?
West Kendall to Miami World Center….$45 each way. Would you pay that?

Anonymous
3 years ago

What was the purpose in destroying the grid by closing 9th Street?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Instead of looking at a tree, look at the forest.

Anonymous
3 years ago

“Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet”
– Stephen Hawking

Anonymous
3 years ago

City agreed when it was going to be an enclosed mall. They forgot to take it back when it be came “high street retail” aka storefronts.
Doesn’t hurt to have a few streets for pedestrians.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Wow, City administrators asleep at the wheel.

Anonymous
3 years ago

When ninth street was open up to that area, what was there to go to?

Anonymous
3 years ago

The other side of the street. It was a grid.

Anonymous
3 years ago

And on the “other side of the street” what was there to go to before this project came along?

MSE-8
2 years ago

The other side of the street – THE METROMOVER!!!!!! RESIDENTS (COMING FROM THE WEST AREA BEGINNING WITH NORTH MIAMI AVE.) IN THE AREA USE. FOR THOSE OF US WHO HAVE TO WORK EARLY, A DIRECT ROUTE. NOW WE WILL HAVE TO GO AROUND AT LEAST 2 BLOCKS EAST OR WEST, WALKING THE STREETS IN THE DARK (NO STREET LIGHTS).

Anonymous
3 years ago

Um, it’s basically still there, expect only for pedestrians. Isn’t that a good thing? Even from a pro-auto standpoint, it’s not a major road, considering it stops at Miami Avenue.

marc
3 years ago

Lincoln Road was open to vehicles once. Are you complaining about that too?