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Riverside Wharf will be Miami’s newest entertainment complex


Riverside Wharf will be Miami’s newest entertainment complex

Cube3 is designing the project.

By David Malone, Managing Editor | December 21, 2021
Riverside Wharf exterior
Courtesy Cube3

Riverside Wharf, a $185 million, 200,000-sf entertainment complex, has been announced by MV Real Estate Holdings and Driftwood Capital.

The two-tower development will offer a fully immersive Miami experience anchored by the 165-key Dream Miami luxury hotel. The complex will feature the rebirth and expansion of The Wharf Miami, 16,000-sf of restaurants, a 12,000-sf event hall, a 30,000-sf nightclub and rooftop day club, and a private marina capable of accommodating mega yachts.

Riverside Wharf at night

The 10-story mixed-use development will feature 600 linear feet of water frontage that will provide for the continuity of the publicly accessible Riverwalk, seamlessly connecting Riverside Wharf between Downtown Miami and Brickell. The project will transform the Miami River district while paying homage to the historic fishing culture of the neighborhood by celebrating the area’s Garcia’s Fish Market with a pop-up seafood market on the grounds.

Riverside Wharf is slated to break ground in 2022 and be completed by 2025. In addition to Cube3, Savino-Miller Design Studio will be the project’s landscape designer.

Riverside Wharf

Riverside Wharf from the water


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