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The new Telemundo Center in Miami -- which will serve as the network's global headquarters -- will be officially unveiled Monday.
The facility is equipped with the latest technology and world-class, multi-platform production capabilities.
The new facility generated 3,400 construction jobs and $475 million in sales for Florida businesses.
The massive state-of-the-art Telemundo Center in Miami that will serve as the network's global headquarters was officially unveiled Monday.
The $250 million, 500,000 square-foot industry-leading production and broadcasting facility sits on 21 acres with the capacity for 1,200 employees.
It houses a combination of offices and studios for Telemundo Network, Telemundo Studios, Telemundo International, Universo Network, and serve as NBCUniversal International's Latin America headquarters.
The facility is equipped with the latest technology and world-class, multi-platform production capabilities, along with 13 highly adaptive studios, two digital labs, virtual and augmented-reality sets, and a state-of-the-art news hub.
"For us the opening of Telemundo Center is really just a wonderful recognition of the great support that we've received over many decades from our great audience and to bring this to fruition is something very special," said Cesar Conde, Chairman, NBCUniversal International Group and NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises. "We wanted to create the workplace of the future, we wanted to create the workplace that the future generations of this industry were going to be able to thrive in."
Employees will have access to a variety of amenities including an indoor courtyard, local barista, multi-stage food court, pantry rooms, training rooms, wellness rooms, viewing room, game room, and 60+ conference rooms, in addition to onsite car wash service, dry cleaning drop-off service, electric car charging stations, manicure/pedicure, and wellness/fitness activities including yoga, massage, meditation and aromatherapy.
The new facility generated 3,400 construction jobs and $475 million in sales for Florida businesses. Over 20 years, it should contribute at least $360 million in Florida taxes.