In the heart of downtown Miami
Gross Leasable Area
About The Mall at Miami Worldcenter
The Mall at Miami Worldcenter is a joint development between the Forbes Company and Taubman, who own and operate some of the country’s most productive retail centers, including The Mall at Millenia, The Mall at Short Hills, Somerset Collection, The Gardens Mall and Waterside Shops.
Miami Worldcenter is a 15 million sf mixed-use development on 25 acres and will include: 1,800 room 4-star Marriott at Miami Worldcenter with 600,000 sf convention hall; 1,195 luxury condominiums; 1,900 upscale apartments; corporate office space; and iconic retail, dining and entertainment venues.
The retail focal point is the 765,000 sf Mall at Miami Worldcenter, anchored by a 120,000 sfBloomingdale’s, a 195,000 sf Macy’s and 465,000 sf of mall tenant space with 3,000 on-site parking spaces.
The Miami Worldcenter district, the new hub of urban Miami, offers unparalleled connectivity to beaches, the airport, downtown Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, the Palm Beaches, Orlando and the world via: I-95 and I-395; Metromover, providing free, convenient access to Downtown Miami and Brickell; the All Aboard Florida high-speed passenger rail system; the Port of Miami Cruise Terminal; and Metrorail with direct access to Coral Gables and Miami International Airport.
The burgeoning Miami Worldcenter district is surrounded by existing and planned cultural and entertainment venues that make it the best known and most heavily visited part of Miami with nearly 40 million site-specific visitors each year. Venues include: AmericanAirlines Arena, home of NBA’s Miami Heat; Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center; Perez Art Museum Miami; Frost Museum of Science; Wynwood Arts District, Bicentennial Park; Bayfront Park; and the proposed David Beckham-backed Major League Soccer stadium.
With 19.3 million people, Florida is currently the 4th largest population in the U.S. and is expected to surpass New York State in 2014 to become the 3rd most populous state.
Miami’s 14 million tourists per year spend more per visitor in total dollars compared to other top U.S. destinations, including Honolulu, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago, spending approximately $23 billion.
Miami is home to the Latin american corporate headquarters for the world’s largest companies, including Gap, Inc., Marriott, Hilton Worldwide, Sony Music, FedEx, UPS, Visa and Walmart.
Homes worth $1 million+ sell at a rate of 5 per day in Miami-Dade County.
The Mall at Miami Worldcenter is scheduled to open in late 2016.