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Miami Worldcenter Inks First Restaurant Leases – Commercial Observer

Michelin-starred chef Danny Grant and James Beard nominee Michael Beltran will open restaurants at Miami Worldcenter.

Rendering of Miami Worldcenter. Credit: Miami Worldcenter Associates. Design by NBWW.
Rendering of Miami Worldcenter. Credit: Miami Worldcenter Associates. Design by NBWW.

Miami Worldcenter, one of the largest development projects in the U.S., inked its first restaurant leases between May and June, totaling 30,400 square feet, with former Michelin-starred chef Danny Grant and James Beard nominee Michael Beltran.

Grant, who’s based in Chicago, will open his famed steakhouse, Maple & Ash, and Italian eatery Etta at Block H – a retail building located between 7th Street and 1st Avenue Northeast. The steakhouse will occupy 15,000 square feet, and its counterpart will take over 11,000 square feet.

Miami chef Michael Beltran will also open two locations: Laurel — a 2,800-square-foot, Cuban-influenced bistro — and El Vecino, a 1,600-square-foot cigar bar. Both will be situated on the ground floor of Caoba, a condo building adjacent to Block H.

Designed by NBWW.

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