Marriot Marquis Miami Worldcenter

FAA Approves Height For Planned Towers At 700 North Miami Avenue In Miami Worldcenter

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given the green light for a significant mixed-use development project at 700 North Miami Avenue at Miami Worldcenter, the former site of the Miami Arena, and canceled Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center. Designed by Kobi Karp Architects with Kimley-Horn as the traffic engineer and developed by an affiliate of New York-based Witkoff Group and Chicago-based Monroe Capital, the development is planned to yield nearly 3.4 million square feet of space across three towers spanning as many as 57 stories.

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Plans For Marriot Marquis At Miami World Center Called Off As Development Site Is Sold

What was going to become Miami’s new largest hotel¬† is now a thing of the past as the plans for the Marriot Marquis Miami Worldcenter have been abandoned after the developer sold the property. The 4.7-acre site was set to give rise to a massive 1,700-room high end hotel with over 600,000 square feet of exhibition and convention space. Just recently, it appeared construction was soon to begin on the site of the former Miami Arena, which is addressed as 700 North Miami Avenue…

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