Resorts World Submits Replat For Terminal Residential/Hotel

Resorts World has submitted to Miami city planners a replat of property where a hotel and residential project is in the works.

The new plat is called Awana Forest. It includes Tract 1, the existing 1.569 county bus terminal, along with Tract 2, with .872 acres of land.

In March, Resorts World won county approval to redevelop the terminal with a retail space and a 36-story Arquitectonica-designed tower. The project includes mostly residential use, along with up to 300 hotel rooms.

Total cost for the project is estimated at $200 million.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

looks great…hope its a reality…im just trying to grasp why genting would build something without gambling being involved…..

bitg
4 years ago

to add something to their resume…

Anonymous
4 years ago

Maybe because they cannot get the vote for legal gambling? DUH

Anonymous
4 years ago

we are waiting on the big site

Anonymous
4 years ago

Love the design.
Good job Architectonica.
What is a replat of property?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Agreed it’s one of their better works recently.

A replat is basically legal jargon changing the property lines.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Architectonica is the most boring and ordinary buildings around! Why don’t they make something that looks different?

B Dub
4 years ago

Maybe the client’s budget is only big enough for boring and ordinary.

SRS
4 years ago

Because they can’t….as simple as that

Anonymous
4 years ago

they took away 14th to make the terminal bigger, literally replacing the property line

Anonymous
4 years ago

This area desperately needs density and more buildings to make the Arscht Center more walkable and livable. Too many empty lots makes the area horrible, unwalkable and with an unsafe mood

anonymous
4 years ago

is that the Arsht Center in the lower right of the first rendering?

B Dub
4 years ago

Yes. Low rise building between them is the Boulevard Shops, a deco era building that is being restored – happy to see that.

William
4 years ago

Someone wrote the last time.. that they got a free street… did this include a street?

Anonymous
4 years ago

look at the renderings and ask if you see 14th….. yes they got rid of the street to make the terminal bigger. it has two sides of inflow bus stagging then they make the turn and merge into one side of bus staging on the outflow side, they just added another group of staging. compare with Google maps if you’re not familiar with the area

Gene
4 years ago

Don’t you just love the name of this………..
Someone thought long and hard about this one.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I don’t care if they call it “You Got A Big Head,” as long as it’s built.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yeah me too.
Call it WTF?
And I’ll be happy to make the area livelier

anonymous rex
4 years ago

i thought it was going to be a public square, all i see is a surface parking lot.

Anonymous
4 years ago

The homeless and working class bus riders are going to LOVE this !!! 🙂

Anonymous
4 years ago

Probably.. everyone that uses that station will like it… including you.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Don’t knock the homeless dude…you may be in the same condition one day.

Anonymous
4 years ago

this is a busy station and im going to love using it more after this gets built