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At All Aboard Florida, we’re bringing together the best our state has to offer, while bringing Florida closer together in the process. By combining private resources and innovative design with a can-do spirit, we’ve created an express passenger rail service unlike any other in the country. All Aboard Florida is reducing congestion on our roads, cutting fuel emissions, and increasing tourism. Most important, it’s allowing vacationers, business travelers and local residents to sit back, relax, and enjoy Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Orlando and all points in-between. Each stop is an intermodal hub, which means there are plenty of ways for you to get to your final destination from our stations. So find out more. Then get ready to get onboard.

ALL ABOARD FLORIDA IS… An express intercity passenger rail service Designed to serve tourists, business travelers and Florida residents Connecting Miami and Orlando in just under three hours With planned stops in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach And 4.5 million square feet of new development Developed by Florida East Coast Industries (FECI)”

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qpPDToROne of America’s most exciting cities is giving rise to a vibrant new center. At almost 30 acres, Miami Worldcenter achieves the heights of a world-class destination. A dynamic urban core of diversity and excitement, Miami Worldcenter brings a new energy to Miami with a compelling blend of exceptional retail, restaurants, entertainment, hotel, residential and commercial offerings in one unique location.Unmatched Retail Variety
Miami Worldcenter has an unprecedented collection of retail offerings. The Mall at Miami Worldcenter, our signature destination, will feature 765,000 square feet of best-in-class retail, destination dining, and enticing entertainment. The project will be anchored by a 120,000-square-foot Bloomingdale’s and a 195,000-square-foot Macy’s, all in the most accessible site in the region.
Complementing the Mall retail experience is the 7th Street Promenade. It is a pedestrian-only thoroughfare that runs east-west through the southern quadrant of Miami Worldcenter, anchored by the new American Airlines Arena and waterfront on the east.  The energy of the Promenade’s street life will be palpable, with European-style outdoor cafés, bars, restaurants, and boutique retail shops.

The Miami World Center is a nine block mixed-use development immediately north of the Central Business District in downtown Miami. It is defined by NE 2nd Avenue to the east, North Miami Avenue to the west, NE 11th Street to the north, and NE 6th Street to the south. With up to 20 million square feet of build-able area, this is not a project or a development – it is a city within a city

Marriott at Miami Worldcenter

1800 room hotel (would be largest in Miami)
Huge convention space, still smaller than Miami Beach convention center
1500 seat theater
1,800- car garage
Direct access to trains from inside the hotel/ convention center
This modern tower will have resort amenities, including an expensive pool deck with views of the bay, the American Airlines Arena, and the downtown skyline, as well as an 80,000- square foot outdoor event deck.

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