According to exMiami, the owners of the planned Miami Worldcenter megaproject have picked up two more pieces of land in their quest for world domination. Already having caused a big brouhaha when they snagged Grand Central Park, they are now said to be the purchasers of the recently sold Grand Central Nightclub across the street and the former Camillus House site at 726 NE 1st Avenue. And the Worldcenter real estate shopping spree shows no signs of stopping. We can only speculate at how big this project will eventually be.
Although still one of the most desolate areas of downtown Miami, the Worldcenter land and its immediate environs have a big, big future, including of course the Worldcenter itself, that new Zaha tower about a block away to the east, and the new All Aboard Florida train station about a block away to the south.
· Miami Worldcenter adds former Camillus house site for $3 Million [exMiami]
· Grand Central Park Goes For $35 Million To Miami World Center [Curbed Miami]
· Grand Central nightclub sells [Real Deal]
· Zaha Hadid Is Designing A Skyscraper In Downtown Miami [Curbed Miami]
· Future FEC Downtown Miami Station coverage [Curbed Miami]