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Sneak Peek Inside Downtown Miami’s New Luxury Silverspot Theater

Downtown Miami’s new Silverspot Theater at Met Square is slowly making progress, new interior photographs show.

The 4-story luxury theater is set to include 17 screens, fitted with leather seats. Fine dining will be available to patrons, along with lounge and bar areas.

Completion of the theater is expected in fall 2017.

Met Square also includes a 43-story, 391-unit apartment tower. On the lower levels, a two-story Real Madrid Cafe is planned, along with several other restaurants,

 

(above photos: ICON Architecture & Fabrication)

(photos: phillip pessar)

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Anonymous
Anonymous

It would be neat if they did a different advertisement board on each of those panels, kind of like a NY Times Square vibe. Or at least an art installation.

Marc305
Marc305

Great news. One more theater I can get to just by taking the Metromover.

Polo
Polo

They should make it a regular movie theater. I hate for a waiter to ask me what I want for dessert in the middle of a good movie. If you like your movie with a dinner, then go to CMX a couple of blocks away.

Anonymous
Anonymous

And if you don’t, go to regal in SoBe

LOL
LOL

Regal in Sobe is getting remodeled unfortunately:(

Anonymous
Anonymous

Jesus Christ, this is uglier than Monarc at Met3. Maybe a Miami River tunnel isn’t such a far-fetched idea after all, so I don’t have to see either of these monstrosities.

Danny
Danny

The poor exterior stucco job makes me cringe.

SRS
SRS

Typical of Miami….all construction companies in Mia have proved they don’t know how to master stucco application

Anonymous
Anonymous

beautiful!

Gables
Gables

That is one ugly building. I wonder how the theater will compare to the CMX theater in Brickell.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agree about the CMX. Will be interesting to see the prices of this.

Anonymous
Anonymous

$10 movies

Anonymous
Anonymous

Direct competitor a few blocks away, means better pricing for us!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nice

Anonymous
Anonymous

Excited to see this come to fruition after many years but the traffic concern is REAL!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ya know, you people who are always complaining about an increase in traffic really get on my nerves.

If there is no increase in traffic in that area, how in the world will it ever become SUCCESSFUL?!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ya you people that take things out of context really get on my nerves 🙂

It’s the thoroughfare traffic that’s concerning, specifically the severe bottlenecks already chocking this area in particular, which will be exacerbated by movie traffic. I hope the theater is full all day long, on the condition that everyone that attends uses public transportation to get to it, but that’s clearly a stretch at this point in time unfortunately.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah, and people who use the term “you’re taking things out of context” really get on my nerves.

If you’re not commuting daily in traffic through that area, then stop worrying about traffic there…or are you really just complaining so you can sound smart?

aceraroja
aceraroja

Wonder if they will take your order before the movie starts and if a simple box of popcorn won’t take an hour to arrive like at CMX.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Well, when it opens, why don’t you go and find out for yourself instead of telling us what you’re “wondering” about.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Bring back half-priced matinee movies.

Anonymous
Anonymous

A lot of you people are really over the top with the hyperbole vis a vi building architecture – “it’s a monstrosity”, “what a horrendous design”, “hideous building”. To a layperson like myself, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with this building. It’s Joe Average. Just one of the hundreds of infill towers that one day are going to make MIA look like a huge city.

The only recent building that I find to be truly legit ugly is Melody.

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