In 2015, McCourt joined a consortium to co-develop The Stage, a mixed-use commercial and residential project in the Shoreditch neighborhood of London, UK. The site broke ground atop the site of the lost Curtain Theater of Elizabethan England, where Shakespeare first performed Romeo and Juliet and Henry IV. Upon discovering the ruins and realizing their cultural significance, the project incorporated over an acre of inclusive public space for the community, including a performance area and park, with a special exhibit showcasing the subterranean ruins of the historic landmark.
In New York City, we are developing 360 10th Avenue. Adjacent to The Shed, a transformative cultural center and founding partner of Unfinished, 360 10th Avenue will feature green technology and resilient planning to ensure minimal environmental footprint and maximum safety for tenants.
McCourt is also developing a 2-million-square-foot luxury residential property in Brickell Bay Drive in Miami, Florida. The building will be among the tallest in the state and is adaptably designed to withstand changing environmental patterns, prioritizing the long-term welfare of its residents.
McCourt currently owns 260 acres of land at Chavez Ravine in Los Angeles, the home of Dodgers Stadium. Among other plans for the area, McCourt will develop a cutting-edge aerial tramway from Los Angeles Union Station to Dodgers Stadium through its company, Aerial Rapid Transit Technologies. The aerial tram will reduce the environmental and traffic footprint caused by massive game day road congestion. Chavez Ravine is also the starting point for the Los Angeles Marathon, the world-renown endurance race donated by Frank McCourt to The McCourt Foundation in 2019.