Construction is now underway on a new retail and food & beverage building at Miami Worldcenter.
According to the May 1 Notice of Commencement filed in county records, the developer is building 45,223 square feet of retail on the southern side of Block H, at 150 NE 7th Street, adjacent to the under-construction Luma tower.
Block H will be one of two main public garages with 922 parking spaces, according to the website of construction manager Square Edge.
The Block H project will span an entire city block, when including the Luma tower.
On the east side, it will become Miami Worldcenter’s main vehicular point of entry while being visible from Biscayne Boulevard. To the north is the World Square plaza. On the south side is the Florida East Coast Rail line to PortMiami.
Elkus Manfredi is the design architect, with Stantec the project architect.
Source: The Next Miami