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The American Dream Mall Will Be 40% Bigger than the Current Record Holder in the United States

The American Dream Mall Will Be 40% Bigger than the Current Record Holder in the United States

by Sep Niakan | January 29, 2016

The American Dream is bigger and brighter than ever. Record-breaking bigger.

The upcoming American Dream mall in Miami has been measured as being 40% larger than the current largest mall in the United States, the Mall of America in Minnesota.

By sheer numbers, American Dream has proposed 6.2 million square-feet. This is split between:

  • 3.5 million square-feet of retail space.
  • 1.3 million square-feet of tourist attractions, such as a water park, ski slopes, theme park, and more.
  • 230,000 square-feet of entertainment spaces, such as theaters, sports, and others.
  • 1.2 million square-feet of “common area.”

The current record-holder, the Mall of America, has 4.4 million square-feet in total, 2.6 million of which is dedicated to retail space.

Notably, Miami’s grand mall, Aventura Mall, has 2.7 million square-feet of retail space, but is currently expanding its territory.

The leasing plan for the American Dream has also been released, which is below:



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