Signs have been installed at downtown Miami’s shuttered Omni International Mall touting a project called the Omni Innovation District.
The Omni International Mall was a giant urban mall built in Miami’s urban core, opening in 1977.
According to the website of developer Florida East Coast Realty, the mall had over 1 million square feet of space.
The mall closed in 2000, and was purchased by Resorts World parent company Genting in 2011.
A portion of the property is still operating as the Hilton Miami Downtown, with 528 rooms. Some of the space was also converted into offices.