Marc Roberts’ Miami Worldcenter changed the Landscape of Downtown Miami

Miami Real Estate Developer Marc Roberts

Miami Worldcenter is one of the most luxurious and most visited places in Miami, Florida, with more than 200 shops in this mall. Marc Roberts co-founded it, and it has a great variety of shops, with plenty of options to choose from. This makes it a great place to shop, while it also offers an amazing view of the city. 

Miami Worldcenter can be visited for window shopping or products purchases, and it is a great place to visit in Miami. The center is a mixed-use complex in Downtown Miami. It consists of three buildings and features a luxury hotel and residences tower, a boutique condo tower, and an office tower.

The project was designed by the world-famous architect Richard Meier. It has a luxury hotel called “Bentley Hotel”, which includes 304 ultra-luxury residences, 200 hotel rooms, and 15,000 square feet of retail space. It is located on the northeast corner of Biscayne Bay, between NE 17th St to the north and NE 18th St to the south. To the east of this area are the One Bayfront Plaza and Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences.  To the west are some residential mid-rises on Biscayne Boulevard, as well as Symphony Towers. Miami Worldcenter is located near one of Miami’s busiest streets, Biscayne Boulevard, which runs north-south across part of Downtown. 

Across from the Miami Worldcenter are some smaller commercial buildings, as well as more residential units. The mall is home to some of the best brands in the business, like Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Versace, and many more. Ever since Marc Roberts completed the Miami Worldcenter, it has been one of the most sought-after places in the city. It has changed the landscape of Downtown Miami since it was built over a decade ago. At two million square feet,  the whole complex is so large that you need to take a tour just to see everything it encompasses.

Miami Worldcenter Tenants and Living Quarters

Although Marc Roberts‘ Miami Worldcenter is still under construction, its space is already being filled with merchants and retailers, three of whom are expected to commence business in 2022. The tenant list includes Sephora, a beauty community, Bowlero, electric-car maker Lucid Motors, El Vecino, Maple & Ash, Etta, and more.

Marc Roberts also built permanent residents at Miami Worldcenter, with the parking situation being the only downside to living there. However, work is being done and they are completing more and more underground parking, as well as above-ground parking spots for those who want to bring their vehicles with them. Living in the Worldcenter’s condos evokes the feeling of pure luxury living, with its upscale residences as well as high-end retail stores for those who want to shop the chicest brands before going home.

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