Interactive entertainment center spanning 250k sf opens in North Miami

Michael Dezer plans a grand opening in January for Dezerland Park, a property formerly known as Miami Auto Museum

July 29, 2018 12:00 PM

Dezerland’s virtual reality attraction

Real estate developer Michael Dezer quietly has opened an interactive entertainment center in North Miami that spans 250,000 square feet.

The official grand opening of Dezerland Park in January 2019 will feature the introduction of bumper cars, go-karts, an outdoor paintball facility, a miniature golf course and an indoor skydiving attraction.

The North Miami property at 14401 Northeast 19th Avenue already has an arcade, a virtual reality park, rock climbing station, ropes course, trampoline park and an adult obstacle course, similar to one featured in television show “American Ninja Warrior.”

The new attractions that debut in January will include a larger course for aspiring ninja warriors.

Dezerland is a multi-theme park that also features fitness classes, dance and karate instruction, catering services, and corporate and family event spaces.

Dezer is founder of Dezer Development, which has developed multiple residential towers in Sunny Isles Beach. He told the Miami Herald his interactive amusement park “tries to win every segment of the market.”

Dezerland Park opened in a property that previously had been known as Miami Auto Museum, a showcase for many vehicles owned by Dezer, an avid car collector. [Miami Herald] – Mike Seemuth

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