The Most Transformative Mixed-Use Projects Breaking Ground Across the Globe

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With investments skyrocketing into the billions to transform spaces around the world into destinations where people can live, work and play all within the same few miles, a number of some of the most transformative mixed-use projects, such as Miami Freedom Park and Killington, are currently breaking ground across the world. Specially designed to maximize the limited space available, attract a diverse group of residents and tourists alike, and encourage sustainability with most amenities within walking distance, these highly anticipated mixed-use developments around the world are offering ambitious design through concepts scarcely seen before to introduce thousands of new residences, offices, retail space, entertainment/sporting centers and more as a smart investment in bolstering an already thriving city or setting the groundwork to give rise to a new one.

Miami Freedom Park

Having recently broken ground for the first phases of the project to be delivered in 2025, Miami Freedom Park is a 131-acre, mixed-use master-planned development anchored by a new 25,000 MLS stadium for Inter Miami CF, along with a 58-acre public park, more than 1 million square feet of commercial retail, entertainment, amusement and office space, and three hotels totaling 750 rooms. Designed by Arquitectonica and Manica with development by Inter Miami CF, Miami Freedom Park will forever change the perception worldwide of American soccer and deliver a food and entertainment destination for year-round enjoyment.


Great Gulf, one of North America’s most innovative and diversified real estate development companies, announced in early fall its one-of-a-kind master-planned village and luxury four-season resort-style residential community in Killington, VT, the biggest and most popular mountain in the Easter United States. Designed by a world-class team led by award-winning architecture and design firms Safdie Architects and PWP Landscape Architecture, the 450-acre master-planned development will include a one-of-a-kind walkable mountain village with notable restaurants and retail, along with transformative amenities, including the largest ski beach in the East. Phase 1 of the project is currently underway and will command over 32,000 square feet of commercial space and approximately 225 residences, consisting of beautifully designed condominiums, townhomes and single-family homesites with highly coveted ski-in/ski-out access.

The Line

Located in the city of Neom, The Line has been designed to be an entire megastructure of a city, with two parallel skyscrapers set to be higher than most anywhere else in the world and large enough to house nine million people – apart from everything from parks and waterfalls to flying taxis, robot maids and even an artificial moon. A high-speed train will connect residents to all sections of the 106-mile city since there are no plans to include roads, cars or anything else that will produce emissions since The Line will only be powered by clean energy. Boasting amenities like impressive, five minutes or less walkability to all amenities including parks and natural elements, year-round climate control of all indoor and outdoor spaces, vertically layered homes, offices, schools and more, the new city will become Saudi Arabia’s oasis just north of the Red Sea.