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SiriusXM Plans a Broadcast Center in Miami

Facility will include a 50-seat performance venue

Starwood Capital's new headquarters building in Miami shown in an artist's conception
An artist’s image of the Starwood Capital building in which SiriusXM is planning its new space.

SiriusXM plans a presence in Miami. It is building a broadcast center that will open next year in the new Starwood Capital building.

“The venue will feature a 50-seat performance space and several artist-first radio and recording studios, in addition to office space,” the company said.

It will be at 2340 Collins Avenue in Starwood Capital’s Miami Beach headquarters and will be used by the satellite radio operation, Pandora and Stitcher.

“Miami is a vibrant center for music, art, entertainment and sports and the SiriusXM studios will be a mecca for talent on promotional tours in the area. The studios and programming will celebrate the city’s rich Hispanic and Latinx culture with exclusive live performances, broadcasts, podcasts and events,” the company said.

The announcement was made by President/Chief Content Officer Scott Greenstein.

The company hosted students from the SLAM! charter school and the mayor of Miami, Frances Suarez, for a tour. SLAM! produces a radio channel as part of SiriusXM’s Project Amplify program.

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and students from SLAM! Charter School visit the SiriusXM Miami studios. (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for SiriusXM)

An opening date has not been announced.

Current facilities that support SiriusXM are its headquarters in Rockefeller Center in New York; studios and a performance space in West Hollywood; and studios and offices in Washington and Nashville.