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European-Style Marketplace To Begin Construction On Lincoln Road This Summer

Crescent Heights is preparing to break ground on 1212 Lincoln Road this summer, according to a letter from the developer’s architect.

In addition to a hotel, the project will include a Public European-style food Marketplace.

A January letter from the developer’s architect submitted as part of a Miami-Dade School Board RFP bid states:

In this time, we have done Master Planning for Alton Road from 5th to Lincoln, and specifically designed two projects, one a healthcare facility in conjunction with Baptist Hospital (the first of its kind in Miami Beach) and the other a Mixed Use complex containing a Hotel and a Public European-style Marketplace. The first healthcare facility is under construction and scheduled to be completed by Fall of 2017 and the second project is scheduled to commence construction this summer.

1212 Lincoln was approved by a Miami Beach board last year to include a food court, 92,725 square feet of retail space and a 100-room hotel, along with a parking garage. It will replace the Wells Fargo and other buildings on the corner of Alton Road and Lincoln Road.

Perkins & Will is the architect.

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Miami / Miami Beach is going to be full of European food courts soon! Will the market support all?

Prado
Prado

What’s exactly a European Market?

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a market from Europe

Anonymous
Anonymous

I really hope they save the mosaic mural on wells fargo.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The whole block has been begging for a facelift for years! Bravo to this!!!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hideous design.

Prado
Prado

It already looks dated…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Food halls all the rage now. Here, BCC, Miami Central. I was recent in Atlanta and checked out Ponce City Market and it was amazing. Hopefully these will have the same draw, albeit on a smaller scale.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Please stop with the ugly checkerboard windows! It looks so cheap…

Anonymous
Anonymous

The old design was much nicer IMO.

miami1
miami1

I hope they build a Le District or an Eataly!

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