The developers of Miami Worldcenter recently finished adding another 80,000 square feet of lifestyle-driven retail space at the center. The stand-alone building, known as Block F-East, marks one of the final retail components of the $4 billion, 27-acre mixed-use development in the heart of Downtown Miami. The glass-encased structure, known as the ‘Jewel Box,’ is located on the 7th Street Promenade and World Paseo open-air retail pedestrian streets. Future tenants will include Bowlero and Sports & Social.
“Curating the right mix of diverse retail, dining, and entertainment options is key to creating a vibrant destination that is attractive to Miami locals and visitors,” Nitin Motwani says, Managing Partner of MiamiWorldcenter Associates. “Miami Worldcenter’s ‘Jewel Box’ was designed to become a marquee entertainment venue and we have delivered just that with exciting tenants opening soon, such as Bowlero, Sports & Social, and more to come.”
Miami Worldcenter’s recently opened and upcoming tenants include Sephora (now open), lululemon, Savage x Fenty, Ray-Ban, Posman Books and Lucid Motors. Miami Worldcenter is currently opening in phases to deliver a diverse mix of residential, commercial and hospitality uses, offering a total of 300,000 square feet of retail, restaurant, and entertainment space. The project is being developed by Miami Worldcenter Associates, led by Principal Art Falcone and Managing Partner Nitin Motwani, in partnership with CIM Group.
“We believe Miami Worldcenter is poised to deliver a captivating infill mixed-use development that weaves together a host of new buildings and businesses with public plazas and gathering spaces in a pedestrian-scaled environment,” Shaul Kuba says, Co-Founder and Principal of CIM Group, which is leading retail leasing at Miami Worldcenter in conjunction with Miami-based The Comras Company.
Miami Worldcenter also boasts three completed residential towers – PARAMOUNT MiamiWorldcenter, Caoba, and Bezel Miami. Development of a 351-room citizenM hotel is now complete and expected to open at Miami Worldcenter in early 2023.