Resorts World Miami

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Resorts World Miami is the name of a 13.9 acre major development proposed for the Omni District of Downtown Miami by the Malaysian based Genting Group. At 10 million square feet and with an estimated cost of $3.1 billion, it is considered one of the largest developments in the history of Florida. The plan, which includes a large eight story podium and several stylized skyscrapers, is proposed for several lots recently purchased by Genting, including the site of the Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald headquarters building, which will be demolished, and the adjacent Omni International Mall. It will contain bars and nightclubs, a luxury galleria consisting of vast amounts of retail, entertainment and convention space as well as other unique amenities, including one of the largest swimming pools in the world.[1] [2] Two condominium towers will also have 1000 units.[3]


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  2. ^ "Resorts World Miami: By the numbers". South Florida Business Journal. 14 September 2011. Retrieved 17 September 2011. 
  3. ^ LeClaire, Jennifer (19 September 2011). "DOWNTOWN MIAMI GETS ONE STEP CLOSER TO $3B MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT". GlobeST. Retrieved 19 September 2011.