Miami-Dade County

July 15, 2016 7:18 PM

Miami Worldcenter ditches mall, submits detailed ‘high-street retail’ plan

Worldcenter developers said six months ago they were remaking plans for a long-delayed, multi-block enclosed mall in Park West

The new blueprint breaks up the shops and parking into five separate buildings and adds a blocks-long, open-air pedestrian mall

The plan goes to a city board later this month for its first and only public review

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