In the Heart of it All

Miami is the gateway to the Americas and home to the largest port and air cargo terminals. Miami Worldcenter enjoys an ideal and readily accessible location between South Beach and the Central Business District. One of the largest urban developments in the United States, it is surrounded by the best art and culture Miami has to offer. Featuring a vibrant high-street retail experience on-site, Miami Worldcenter is poised to become a magnetic destination for visitors both near and far.



1 MetroRail Line + Station
22.5 million riders annually
2 MetroMover + Station
10 million riders annually
3 I-395 + 2nd Avenue
43 million vehicles annually
4 I-95 + 8th Street
55 million vehicles annually
5 Biscayne Boulevard
20 million vehicles annually
6 All Aboard Florida - Brightline
10 million projected visitors
7 Port of Miami
5 million cruise passengers annually
8 Miami International Airport
45 million passengers annually

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Surrounding Amenities

Surrounding Amenities

This dynamic hub has received substantial public investment and is surrounded by a concentration of art, culture, and entertainment locales including the Perez Art Museum, Frost Museum of Science, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Bayside Marketplace, American Airlines Arena, and Museum Park. Miami Worldcenter is also conveniently located near Miami Dade College, the new Federal Courthouse, and the government center extension.



Located at the doorstep of everything Miami has to offer, the ten-block site is situated immediately to the north of the Central Business District, extending between 2nd and Miami Avenues to 11th Street. Miami Worldcenter is in close proximity to the airport, port, railway, and roads.

Global Reach

Greater Metro Miami

Neighboring Districts

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