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One of the United States’ largest urban developments, the Miami Worldcenter, is 95% leased after Maple & Ash, Apple, Juvia, Museum of Ice Cream & more secure space

Miami Worldcenter, encompassing 27 acres in downtown Miami, has reached 95% occupancy for its retail space, bolstered by high-profile tenants like Santander Bank and Apple. Santander is set to open a 4,000-square-foot branch at the Jewel Box Building on N.E. 8th Street in early 2025, expanding its presence with plans for a new office tower in Brickell. Apple will occupy a 15,000-square-foot space under construction on N.E. First Ave., as reported by the Commercial Observer.


One of the United States’ largest urban developments, the Miami Worldcenter, is 95% leased after Maple & Ash, Apple, Juvia, Museum of Ice Cream & more secure space

This bustling hub also welcomes a variety of new tenants including Free People and The Spot Barbershop, which are set to open in late 2024. They'll be joining an impressive roster of establishments such as Juvia, Villa One Tequila Gardens by Nick Jonas, and Lucky Strike, enhancing the area’s vibrant retail and culinary scene.



Further enriching the community, Miami Worldcenter will soon host additional dining and entertainment venues, including a Chicago steakhouse, a home goods store, an ice cream museum, and various other dining establishments from burgers to upscale Italian cuisine.



The development is master-planned by Falcone, Motwani, and CIM Group, which have transformed the area by selling tracts for development and launching high-rise projects like the citizenM Miami Worldcenter Hotel and Paramount Miami.


This project not only diversifies the retail and dining options in the area but also solidifies Miami Worldcenter as a crucial economic hub in downtown Miami, drawing both shoppers and professionals to its dynamic environment.



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