Colliers International’s Urban Core Division spearheading opportunity to acquire the Link in the heart of Downtown Miami’s booming world-class destination
MIAMI (Sept. 12, 2019) – With demand and development activity continuing to soar in Downtown Miami, Colliers International South Florida’s Urban Core Division brokers Mika Mattingly, Jack Lowell and Cecilia Estevez have been appointed to lead the sale of The Link, one of the last few development sites bordering the Miami Worldcenter 27-acre master plan.
The Link, located at 33-55 N.E. 6th Street, is a 24,000 square foot development site allowing for up to 396,000 square feet of development and a density of 275 units. The site is strategically located just steps away from two of South Florida’s largest developments, Miami Worldcenter and Virgin Miami Central.
“The Link is a unique property in a prime location that offer buyers the opportunity to capitalize on the market and make an impact during a positive and transformative time for Downtown Miami and Park West. We expect the site to garner serious interest from developers as Miami World Center is flourishing into a ‘city within a city.’ Its first project, Paramount became a testament of their success after successfully becoming the country’s most amenitized building and selling more than 90% of its units by its completion,” said Mika Mattingly, who leads Colliers International South Florida’s Urban Core Division.
The vibrancy of the area continues to propel forward with the evolution of the comprehensive mixeduse Miami Worldcenter development that spans ten blocks. Occupying 27-acres, Miami Worldcenter is one of the largest master-planned projects in the United States and features a diverse array of hospitality, residential and commercial spaces, expected to account for $4 billion in new investment in Downtown Miami. Its accessibility to the city’s transportation hub that is fully operational and making new stops at Aventura and Boca Raton, as well as the addition of notable new developments including the Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences, M Hotel and Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter hotel and
convention center, as well as the luxury signature condo tower Paramount, Miami Worldcenter is an inspiring and thoughtfully planned new neighborhood that is enhancing the city’s urban landscape.
Downtown Miami continues to experience robust growth with more than 92,200 residents calling the area their home, in addition to the numerous corporations, retailers and dining concepts that have moved to the area. Since 2010, the area’s population increased more than 30 percent and is expected to increase an additional 20 percent by 2021.