Miami Worldcenter (“MWC”) is located at the heart of the new downtown of Miami and is the latest component of the City’s bustling development. Construction of MWC is well underway, within an area historically known for its proximity to the American Airlines Arena, Port of Miami and surrounding nightlife venues, to a mixed-use destination that will serve as a regional draw and dynamic hub for entertainment, dining, shopping and life-style brands.
Miami Worldcenter is surrounded by South Florida’s densest population and burgeoning cultural fabric, which includes Perez Art Museum, Frost Science Museum, Arsht Center for Performing Arts, Knight Concert Hall and Miami’s Freedom Tower. MWC will provide an ideal live, work, play lifestyle. On any given day, visitors from Palm Beach and Broward Counties and eventually Orlando will take an easy ride on the Virgin Train to Miami Worldcenter to be a part of the dynamic entertainment, restaurants/cafés, shopping and lifestyle-oriented uses that are planned within the 27-acre development. The project streetscape is formed by two promenades meeting at “World Square”, an open air community space, which will serve as the City’s centerpiece.
“THE ACE” The Miami Worldcenter is loocated at the confluence of Transportation, Health, Entertainment, Arts, Culture and Education. It is the center of everywhere you want to be, all while celebrating the city life of Miami.
300K SF Retail Space
500K SF Office Space
600K SF Expo Space
2,000+ Hotel Rooms
2,900+ Residential Units
3,000+ Covered Parking
All information based on the most recently available data (updated annually) and is provided in 1-mile, 3-mile, and 5-mile radii (radiuses) of the property location.
|Population Median Age||38||40||40|
|Population by Age||0-9 Yrs||2915 (7%)||42543 (10%)||77948 (10%)|
|10-19 Yrs||2157 (5%)||27648 (7%)||57799 (8%)|
|20-29 Yrs||7488 (20%)||50738 (13%)||91071 (12%)|
|30-39 Yrs||9220 (24%)||84306 (21%)||133785 (18%)|
|40-49 Yrs||5379 (14%)||59824 (15%)||105658 (14%)|
|50-59 Yrs||4906 (13%)||49077 (12%)||92465 (13%)|
|60-69 Yrs||2596 (7%)||36976 (9%)||70388 (9%)|
|70+ Yrs||2311 (6%)||36755 (9%)||81167 (11%)|
|Median HH Income||$57,013||$58,910||$52,334|
|Total Household Income||< 24K||4742 (27%)||46089 (26%)||88459 (29%)|
|25-49K||3233 (18%)||29640 (17%)||58690 (19%)|
|50-74K||2372 (13%)||24699 (14%)||43313 (14%)|
|75-99K||1935 (11%)||19862 (11%)||32019 (10%)|
|100-199K||3391 (19%)||30245 (17%)||47234 (15%)|
|200K+||1739 (9%)||21869 (12%)||34032 (11%)|
|Highest Education Level||No Diploma||3818||44766||87012|
|Diploma or GED||5344||57807||118313|
|Total Housing Units||23,004||225,664||398,331|
|Owner-Occupied Values||< 100K||234||3853||7126|
|Total Working Age Population||32,771||326,942||594,871|
|In Work Force||22,749||221,729||390,754|
|Not In Work Force||10,022||105,213||204,117|
|Single Male w/Child||149||3,153||4,905|
|Single Female w/Child||772||8,334||18,555|
Population Change Last Two Decades - Plus Projection
No part of this information may be copied, reproduced, repurposed, or screen-captured for any commercial purpose without prior written authorization from MyEListing.
While we strive to provide the most accurate information, all listing information, and demographic data, is provided by third-parties. As such, MyEListing will not be responsible for the accuracy of the information. It is strongly recommended that you verify all information with the listing agent, and any relevant agencies, prior to making any decisions.