New developments on Biscayne:
about 60 stories each... redefining the sky line of downtown Miami...

Miami Investment Brokers: 786 276 3768;

This portion of Biscayne directly across the bay with the most amazing views of Miami, now appears as the future Park Avenue of Miami: the most amazing views in the most elegant buildings, across the 400 million city-voted renovation budget for the Bicentennial Park (Miami’s future version of Central Park), at walking distance to the new Arts Center (opening next year as the second largest in the US), and Bayside with its Board Walk and the port… This opportunity to get a unit in this location becomes almost historic and demand has never been that high.


-Biscayne Boulevard reconstruction and beautification Project:

Description: The project encompasses the total reconstruction of Biscayne Boulevard from NE 5th Street to NE 13th Street.
The main features of the project are a wider median, installation of decorative street lighting, sidewalks, a new drainagesystem,
signalization and landscaping throughout the corridor.

Funding By: Department of Transportation

Estimated Project Cost: $ 6 Million

Construction Date: Summer, 2005


-Right across the street from 900 Biscayne, MarinaBlue and Ten Museum Park:

Miami's future version of Central Park:
Bicentennial Park


Address: 1075 Biscayne Boulevard
Description: This 30 acre cultural park will
house the Miami Art Museum, a Maritime
Museum and the Miami Museum of Science.
The park will also feature sculptures along
its garden walkways with spectacular views
of Biscayne Bay.
Square Footage: 750,000
Project Cost: Approx. $ 400 Million
Completion Date: 2007

-At walking Distance (13th and Biscayne:) the arts center (will be 2nd largest in the US ater Lincoln Center in NY)

Description: The new Performing Arts Center will consist of a 2,200 seat Carnival Symphony Hall, a 2,400
seat Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House, a 200 seat Studio “Black Box” Theatre and The Peacock
Education Center. The Performing Arts Center’s two principal performance spaces will serve as home to four
resident companies: The Concert Association of Florida, Florida Grand Opera, Miami City Ballet and The
New World Symphony.
Architects: Cesar Pelli & Associates; Wolfberg Alvarez & Partners; Rodriguez & Quiroga Architects
Project Cost: $ 400 Million

Construction Date: Fall, 2001
Completion Date: 2006

-Scheduled to stop across these new developments:


Metrorail between South Beach and Downtown

Description: Description: A light-rail transportation system at ground level connecting Miami Beach and Downtown Miami.

Financed By: The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)
Managed By: The Metropolitan Planning
Organization (MPO)

Project Cost: $ 400 Million

-Street gentrification and renovation to happen:

will be 3rd Jewelry District in the US

after Beverly Hills and NY

Boundary: Between North Miami Avenue and NE
2nd Avenue and East Flagler Street and NE 2nd St.
Description: The revitalization of the retail and
wholesale jewelry district.
The project includes:
• Streetscape improvements
• Security
• Parking
• Marketing
Architect: Zyscovich Architects


Address: Flagler, North First and South First Streets connecting Downtown Miami’s
Bayfront to the Miami River.
Developer: Downtown Development Authority
Corradino Group & Wallace Roberts & Todd
Conversion of Flagler Street from a one-way west bound to a two-way traffic
operation; An expanded and improved Downtown Metrobus Terminal; Relocation of large
public buses from Flagler Street; A two-way shuttle bus on Flagler Street from Bayside to
the Miami River; Installation of sidewalk pavers, tall palm trees, and decorative street
Project Cost: $16 million
Construction Date: Winter, 2001
Completion Date: Spring, 2005

FLAGLER Street Corridor Improvement

-Shopping Center (with movie theater and fitness center):

Metropolitan Miami

Total retail: 220,000 sq. ft.
Cinema: 68,000 sq. ft.
Sports Club: 18,500 sq. ft.
Office Space: 10,000 sq. ft.
Total parking: 4,284 spaces
Project Cost: $ 600 Million
(Met 1 & Met Square)
Construction Date: Summer, 2004
Completion Date: Fall, 2006


Coming up in the area:


Island Gardens Resort between South Beach and Downtown

Location: Watson Island
Developer: Flagstone Properties
Description: Hotel and retail development
• 48 slip mega yacht marina
• 137,000 Sq. Ft. of retail
• 12 restaurants

• 300 room, 24 story “lighthouse”
motif hotel.
• 175 room, 16 story “Wave”
motif hotel.
• 1,509 parking spaces
• Public space and gardens with
open-air fish market
• Civic, art and maritime museum
Project Cost: $ 281 Million
Construction Date: Fall, 2004
Completion Date: Fall, 2006


Miami Investment Brokers is an independent Broker not affiliated with
the developers of the above mentioned Developments.
No representation, information may vary.

Contact Info: phone (786)-276-3768;

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