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One of America's most exciting cities is giving rise to a vibrant new center. At nearly 30 acres, Miami Worldcenter achieves the heights of a world-class destination. It is within walking distance of over $3 billion in new public and private projects in mass transit, cultural institutions, recreational parks, and entertainment venues. A dynamic urban core of diversity and excitement, Miami Worldcenter brings a new energy to Miami with a compelling blend of exceptional retail, hospitality, and residential offerings in one unique location.
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The Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter is poised to establish its place as the nation’s pre-eminent downtown convention hotel while being at the center of one of the most exciting urban developments in the world.
With a dominant physical presence that symbolizes the continued maturation of Miami as a global destination, the hotel is at the center of a variety of business and leisure activities including Miami’s rapidly evolving art, design, sports and culinary venues.
Courtside Family Apartments is located in Miami's historic Overtown district
and is a new construction, six-story midrise development with 84 affordable apartments within the boundaries of the SEOPW CRA.
The new community aims to create a more pedestrian friendly environment on the grounds of the Culmer Center and serve as a catalyst for future development in the area, as well as provide residents with access to governmental services, small business opportunities, and neighborhood-oriented shopping.
Front view of the brand new $42 million Miami Norland Senior High School building during freshmen orientation on Saturday. The new construction was funded by the $1.2 billion school improvement bond and is part of a push to remodel and update aging school facilities. Saturday, August 20, 2016.
All Aboard Florida is a passenger rail project connecting Miami to Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando. Developed by Florida East Coast Industries, this rail service will give residents and visitors an alternative to congested highways and airport terminals.
The Miami Station, known as MiamiCentral, will serve as part of a mixed-use development and connect to the Metromover, Metrorail, County bus and City of Miami trolley systems.