Finishing Touches At Brightline’s MiamiCentral Terminal

A portion of the MiamiCentral Brightline terminal appears to be near completion (photos taken 2/21):

A closer look at one of many entrances:

 

On level two, lighting and drywall appears to be mostly complete, and some furniture may even be in place:

An office tower remains under construction above:

The MiamiCentral construction site is massive, covering multiple city blocks. It extends well beyond this frame:

Eventually, a Marriott convention center hotel with 1,800 rooms will be built on this lot across the street (once the site of Miami Arena):

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Common Sense Posting
3 years ago

Great location. If that convention center gets built, I could imagine many guests taking the train straight to Orlando for the weekend

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes.. gotta think the convention center will happen.. maybe later this year.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes, when it gets built.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Is it just me or is this architecture much better thought out and developed than Brickell City Center?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Just you.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So far the exterior is much better and they probably didn’t spend as much money as BCC

Anonymous
3 years ago

The station itself compared to the mall, yes. The towers, no. Also, the area between the station and towers is an ugly design afterthought compared to the “swooping” feature right under the towers.

Anonon
3 years ago

Was driving South over the Miami Ave bridge today and the north facade of La Centrale is absolutely disgusting. Just grey painted concrete and vents.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Same thing if you drive down 8th street. All you see are tiny Saks and CMX signs. I don’t know how they see themselves as great architects, designers and developers.

Anonymous
3 years ago

And there two main reasons why.
Architectonica and Jorge Perez are not involved in this project.

Jesus
3 years ago

Wow. So how busy Brickell is, is soon to spread here. Awesome. That’s progress. Just imagine if we build the same city center like areas in Kendall, Cutler Bay, Aventura, Coral Gables, Sunrise, and many others. The Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach area will be a huge metropolis!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Can’t wait to take for day trips to FortLaud and WPB!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Said no one ever.

Afi Keita James
3 years ago

next month I will be going back on brightline to the palm beach international boat show.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It’s all good. Thanks for the pixs.

Anonymous
3 years ago

If this was elevated mag lev I would of shxt my pants

marc
3 years ago

This isn’t Wakanda.

Anonymous
3 years ago

By day it looks like a long way to go. ..guess will have to see at night with lights

Anonymous
3 years ago

muy bonita

Anonymous
3 years ago

HEard someone say Publix isn’t out? That their sign went down too? Anyone know?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Getting Trader Joe’s to anchor instead of Publix would be a major coup. Nobody wants another Publix, but Trader Joe’s would be a MAGNET for all of DADE county.

Anonymous
3 years ago

While I agree does anyone know if indeed public is out?

Anonymous
3 years ago

While I agree does anyone know if indeed public is out?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Getting Trader Joe’s to anchor instead of Publix would be a major coup. Nobody wants another Publix, but Trader Joe’s would be a MAGNET for all of DADE county.

Anonymous
3 years ago

HEard someone say Publix isn’t out? That their sign went down too? Anyone know?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Uh, no. BCC architecture is much better

Anonymous
3 years ago

This post is paid Bernardo Fort-Brescia

Anonymous
3 years ago

The office building came out better than expected. Too bad it’s still a box, when earlier renderings showed it as a flatiron resembling the bow of a ship.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hope for Publix vs. TraderJoes. Hate the plain boxes instead of name brands.