Long-Planned Miami Mega Mixed-Use Development Nears Initial Debut

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Long-Planned Miami Mega Mixed-Use Development Nears Initial Debut

Economic crises, lawsuits and other complications have thrown multiple wrenches into plans for M2E’s client, downtown Miami’s massive Worldcenter mixed-use project over the past 12 years. But to hear the master development group’s managing principal Nitin Motwani tell it, the timing for the $2-billion “city within a city” to finally come to fruition couldn’t be better.

Motwani, who with founding principal Art Falcone leads Miami Worldcenter Associates, points to all the new structures that have been built in the downtown area since the development group began acquiring more than 100 parcels for the 27-acre development: the Frost Museum, the Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center, the American Airlines Arena and Brightline’s new Miami Central rail station, all within walking distance of Worldcenter.

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Author: M2E Team