Iconic Promenade Offers Venues for any Occasion
Miami Beach, FLA., April XX, 2018 – As the Miami Beach Convention Center prepares to fully re-open after a multi-million dollar renovation, the adjacent iconic neighbor, Lincoln Road, has launched a dedicated website for meeting & event planners. The site, https://lrbid.com/, showcases a wide range of off-site venues perfect for corporate meetings and events just steps from the convention center floor. Pairing superior hospitality with world-class amenities, Lincoln Road, recognized as the cultural and social heart of Miami Beach, is quickly emerging as the go-to location for South Florida meetings and special events.
Meeting planners can choose from restaurants including the new Chotto Matte, Meat Market Miami Beach, Quattro Miami, Balans, Yard House and the highly anticipated Time Out Market Miami, for outdoor and indoor venues with customizable dining options. Lincoln Road also offers large-scale event spaces including Regal Cinema and Terranova Rooftops, to more intimate gathering spots such as LIK Gallery, each providing a unique backdrop for any private event. Planners can also take advantage of Lincoln Road’s proximity to several of Miami Beach’s top hotel accommodations.
There are multiple high-end hotels within proximity of Lincoln Road. The Royal Palm, which boasts ocean views from its 139 suites, each designed to reflect South Beach’s colorful spirit, is just a short walk from Lincoln Road. Also nearby are the luxury hotels Delano South Beach and SLS South Beach, each offering close access to Lincoln Road’s shopping, dining and cultural activations. Loews Miami Beach and Albion Hotel are also excellent options for accommodations close to the Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach Convention Center
The Miami Beach Convention Center is home to some of the world’s largest international events including Art Basel and Seatrade Cruise Global. The Convention Center offers state-of-art facilities and is currently undergoing a $620 million LEED-certified renovation and expansion that will be revealed September 2018. The project will include a 60,000 sq. ft. ballroom, 84 breakout rooms, four exhibit halls and $7.4 million of world-class art installations by internationally acclaimed artists, and six acres of green space.
Below is a sampling of meeting-friendly venues on Lincoln Road and visit https://lrbid.com/ for a comprehensive overview:
1111 Lincoln Road
Designed by internationally renowned architects Herzog and de Meuron, 1111 Lincoln offers ultra-modern design and breathtaking panoramic city views. The dramatic 25,000 sq. ft. concrete structure serves as the perfect canvas for an array of corporate, private and special occasion events. Featuring 34-foot ceilings, the outdoor event space can accommodate seated parties up to 700.
1100 Block, Lincoln Road
Designed by architect Herzog and DeMeuron and landscape architect Raymond Jungles, 1100 Lincoln Road provides an outdoor setting for any group gathering. From weekly fitness classes, live music, dancing and fashion shows, the 1100 block offers a unique outdoor setting in the heart of Lincoln Road.
Skydeck Rooftop, 605 Lincoln Road
Located eight stories above Lincoln Road, Skydeck Miami Beach offers 360-degree views of Miami Beach’s skyline and can accommodate up to 150 guests seated and 150 guests standing. The spacious, private venue brings a dramatic backdrop to any special occasion, from a corporate retreat luncheon to a sunset wedding.
New World Center & SoundScape Park, 500 17th Street
The New World Center features several event venue options, each offering a unique gathering experience for any group. From the Performance Hall, which features highly configurable and multimedia enabled technical capabilities and acoustic integrity, to the Rooftop Garden, boasting vistas of Miami Beach from Biscayne Bay to the Atlantic Ocean.
Miami Beach Botanical Garden, 2000 Convention Center Drive
A lush subtropical setting for corporate and private events, the Miami Beach Botanical Garden offers several options of themed venues for any occasion. From indoor, outdoor or mixed space, the MBBG has a range of options to accommodate both large and small groups.
Miami Beach Urban Studios (MBUS), 420 Lincoln Road
A satellite location for the College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts, the Miami Beach Urban Studios is a unique 16,000 sq. ft. facility that hosts an interdisciplinary array of innovative exhibitions, classes and events. The MBUS can host up to 150 guests for receptions or 100 guests for presentations. The facility offers smaller classrooms, in addition to the larger Main Gallery.
Juvia, 1111 Lincoln Road
Serving contemporary Japanese, French and Peruvian cuisine, Juvia Miami Beach is a beautiful 10,000 sq. ft. indoor/outdoor restaurant and lounge located on the penthouse level of the famed 1111 Lincoln Road. Located nine stories above the city, the space offers unparalleled views, a stunning vertical garden and a trending bar scene. Juvia’s dining room can accommodate up to 120 guests and the terrace can accommodate up to 80 guests.
Yuca, 501 Lincoln Road
Standing for Young. Urban. Cuban. American, YUCA is South Florida’s original upscale Cuban restaurant featuring innovative Nuevo Latino Cuisine. Located in the center of Lincoln Road, YUCA’s event space can accommodate up to 200 guests in the main dining room and up to 100 in their outdoor dining space. The private Lounge can accommodate up to 140 guests seated and 200 guests standing.
Rosa Mexicano, 1111 Lincoln Road
From intimate dinner parties to elaborate gatherings, Rosa Mexicano on Lincoln Road offers customizable event experiences for a range of events. The Rosa Mexicano menu features authentic, regionally-inspired Mexican cuisine, cocktails and spirits and can provide menus to-go for off-site events. The restaurant can accommodate up to 150 guests seated and 200 standing.
For more information on event venues on Lincoln Road, visit www.lrbid.com.
For news and updates on Lincoln Road, visit www.Lincolnrd.com.
Lincoln Road is an iconic pedestrian district, located in Miami Beach, Florida, that serves as a hub for modern culture-seekers, both local and international. It is home to the New World Center concert hall, historic Colony Theatre managed by resident Miami New Drama company, and ArtCenter/South Florida, a collection of studios and gallery spaces for artists. Lincoln Road also features over 200 designer boutiques, national retail stores and fine restaurants and bars. For additional information, visit us online at https://www.lincolnrd.com.
Lincoln Road Business Improvement District
The Lincoln Road Business Improvement District (LR BID) was created in 2015 to stabilize and improve the Lincoln Road retail business district, which is located in a nationally recognized historic district, through promotion, management, marketing and similar services, by: i) Representing and advocating for the property and business owners within the boundaries of the district; ii) Promoting and encouraging the continued development of a diverse, vibrant and pedestrian friendly Lincoln Road mixed-use neighborhood, thereby providing a dynamic setting for businesses, the visiting public, arts and entertainment, as well as area residents; iii) Serving as a cultural and civic hub for the community and fostering a spirit of cooperation and maintenance of high standards of quality among its members; and iv) Bringing transformative projects into the District.
Contact: Mike Hicks/Elsbeth Pratt
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