Highly configurable and multimedia enabled, the performance hall garners international attention for its technical capabilities and acoustic integrity.
A flexible, uniquely shaped space that hosts presentations of all types, including general sessions and summits, concerts, theatrical events, live webcast presentations, broadcast productions, and Grammy-winning album recordings.
A myriad of distinctive seating and stage variations enable the performance hall at the New World Center to remove the boundaries of traditional presentation formats and minimize the distance between the audience and the stage. The New World Center‘s flat floor, full seat retraction configuration can accommodate up to 1200 with both fixed and floor seating, or 400 seated for dinner on the flat floor with retraction.
The two-story tall room can accommodate corporate presentations, lectures, dinners and receptions, theater-style panel discussions and intimate artistic presentations of musical performances, film screenings and private gallery-style art shows.
The room functions as a high-tech breakout space for conferences and annual meetings just as nicely as it converts to an elegant dining space for a private dinner
This multi-purpose room can accommodate 250 standing, 150 guests seated for dinner, or 170 individuals seated theater-style in rows.
Rooftop Garden and Donors Lounge
A panoramic vista of Miami Beach from Biscayne Bay to the Atlantic Ocean makes the rooftop garden an ideal location for chic receptions, high-end dinners, private parties and intimate performances.
Projection of video or corporate logos on the outdoor “cube” and ornamental lighting of the garden can further augment your guests' experience. Custom sun sails can be deployed overhead to provide shade for guest comfort during a beautiful brunch or luncheon.
The welcoming New World Center atrium features captivating architectural details—cascading geometric shapes, curved surfaces and a vaulted ceiling with six stories of natural light. The signature glass back lit bar is a focal point, attracting the eye from beneath an ocean-inspired titanium canopy designed by famed architect Frank Gehry.
In-house lighting capabilities allow the bar and atrium spaces to be custom-colored to meet client specifications. Video mapping and corporate logos can be projected onto multiple surfaces; multiple fixed 60-inch plasma screens provide branding opportunities or a program feed for onstage events.