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MCB Studio & Headquarters

MCB Studio & Headquarters

2200 Liberty Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Miami City Ballet and Miami City Ballet School are housed in the Ophelia & Juan Js. Roca Center — an extraordinary 63,000 sq. ft. facility built with dancers’ needs in mind. Each of the eight spacious, sunlit studios has marley-covered, sprung floors.

Two of the studios convert into the 200-seat Lynn & Louis Wolfson, II Theater where the Company performs twice a year in the Open Barre series, and the School holds its annual performances in the spring. Other on-site amenities include physical therapy and massage rooms, a dancers’ lounge, students’ lounge, workout room, and dressing rooms.

The building also houses MCB’s administrative offices. Located in beautiful Miami Beach, the stunning space was designed by Arquitectonica and inaugurated in 2001.

Facility Rentals
Find out about renting the MCB Studios for your upcoming event – email for rental policies, studio rates and more.

Ophelia & Juan Js. Roca Center
2200 Liberty Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139


Miami City Ballet is located in Miami Beach on the corner of Liberty Ave and 22nd Street, across the road from Collins Park and the Bass Museum. Nearby Dade Blvd, Collins Ave and Alton Rd allow easy access to the bridges connecting the Beach to the mainland.

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Miami City Ballet does not have designated parking. We encourage visitors to use public transportation or ride share service. Metered parking is available surrounding Collins Park.

Nearby parking lots are located at:
18th Street and Meridian Avenue
17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue
20th Street and Liberty Avenue

More information

Public Transportation

Bus routes 103, 112, 113, 119, 120, 123, 150
Stop at Collins & 21st or Collins & 22nd

Middle Beach Loop, Stop at Collins Park


Miami City Ballet works to ensure that our performances and facilities are accessible to all visitors and audiences members so that everyone can fully participate and enjoy the ballet. Our venues cater for a wide range of access and special seating requirements. This includes Audio Description and Touch Tours, Assistive Listening Devices and wheelchair access. Click here for more information about Accessibility at Miami City Ballet and our venues, or contact Miami City Ballet Audience Services at 305.929.7010 or