Resorts World Miami A Step Closer To Beginning Work On Omni Terminal Redevelopment, Which Includes 36-Story Tower

A plan by Resorts World Miami to redevelop the Omni Terminal is one step closer, after paperwork was recorded earlier this month paving the way for work to begin.

A Unity of Title document was recorded with the county, allowing for the property to be developed as a single site, and for Northeast 14th Terrace to be vacated. The paperwork had actually been signed at the beginning of the year, but not recorded until this month.

Resorts World will build a temporary bus terminal nearby during construction. Records show a construction permit pending at 265 Northeast 16 Street, on company-owned property.

At the Omni terminal, the project will include a 36-story tower at a cost of $200 million, with hotel and residential units. The Metromover station will be renovated and integrated, along with a new air-conditioned bus terminal and retail space.