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250-Room CitizenM Hotel Will Rise At Perricone’s Marketplace In Brickell

Will Brickell’s charming Perricone’s Marketplace be demolished to make way for a hotel?

A broker told the SFBJ that CitizenM Hotels is in fact planning a hotel project at the Perricone’s Market site in Brickell after paying $16.18 million for the site, but details remain vague.

The new hotel will include 250 rooms. It will “preserve the historical significance of Perricone’s,” the broker said.

Perricone’s will need to close to allow for construction, but the hotel chain will be “maneuvering around” Perricone’s existing operation. The restaurant will later reopen within the new development.

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

It is somewhat ironic that Pericone’s is a victim of the real estate market it helped foster through lunch meetings and late afternoon cocktails. I cringe thinking of the bastardization that the ‘new’ Pericone’s will be.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You’re definition of victim is far different than mine.

They will be making out quite well in this deal – and they have the ability to return.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The owners, of course. They’re doing just fine. I was referring to the establishment we’ve enjoyed over the years.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They can put a Perricones in the lobby! 👍

Jesus
Jesus

Let’s build something there. It better look nice though. As much as I like seeing skyscrapers go up in Miami, I will actually voice a bit of a concern regarding the lack of green building. We need to see more trees, parks, places to meet in downtown. They have that in San Diego and despite not having the density that Miami has, San Diego always has people walking in downtown to the point that I see more people walking in downtown San Diego than in downtown Miami. Amazing. We need to see what makes that work in San Diego and bring it to Miami

Anonymous
Anonymous

San Diego has incredible weather year-round and a fraction of the humidity/rainfall of South Florida. That may have something to do with why you witness so many more people walking around in San Diego relative to Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Edgewater’s developing with plenty greenery.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Right, Edgewater’s developing with plenty greenery with a fragmented Baywalk and pocket parks between giant parking garages and killing any street interaction. It makes Brickell look like Rittenhouse Square.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Best comment in months. Where is there any greenery in Edgewater besides M Pace Park. I wish Miami had a Rittenhouse square or anything like it. The concept of towers around a park is eclipsed here by the desire to be on the water edge.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There’s landscaping or “pocket parks” in almost every development

Anonymous
Anonymous

I agree i’ve lived in both Miami and San Diego and San Diego as a far more lively downtown. People are making excuses about we have beaches but san diego has beaches too. I also think downtown san diegos success is due to so much ground floor retail.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I’ve lived in both downtown San Diego and Brickell and I completetly disagree. Downtown San Diego is boring. They have that tacky Horton Plaza mall and 5th Ave has good nightlife but the people there are not as international and intersting…a lot of plain military folk that only go there at night to drink. There are much better buildings and a higher standard of apartments vs what you get in San Diego (no rooftop pools, no amenities that compare to what we have here) I know both cities very well and Brickell smaller, but much more walkable and busy. The population of downtown San Diego is about 30,000…about half of what Brickell/Downtown is.

Marc305
Marc305

I could not disagree with you more. I love Miami but I take nothing away from San Diego. Both cities have their pluses and minuses but San Diego is definitely not boring. The one thing they have over us is their amazing weather, and because of that people can do a lot more outside both in the day time and night time. I will take the Gas Lamp District any night in the summer over South Beach, mainly because I will not be drenched in sweat walking from a restaurant to a night club. Balboa Park, Coronado, and their Zoo are all accessible within a half hour of downtown, and again you can enjoy biking, walking, jogging, eating outside or having a drink in one of their sky bars overlooking the Padres Stadium all year round because of their weather. I have been to San Diego many times through the years and I was back again this past August. In my opinion Miami and San Diego are two of the best cities in America, hands down.

Anonymous
Anonymous
San Diego is beautiful, I spent 2 years of my life there, but it is boring compared to Miami. If you think otherwise you’re likely in your late 30s or 40s. The nightlife there that closes at 2am (and often last call at 1:30am) cannot compare to Miami’s. I lived downtown and tried to do it without a car for awhile and a few months is all I could do. I’ve lived in Brickell for almost 2 years now (in the Plaza) without a car and rarely have to walk more than 7min to anything I need. The Gaslamp Quarter is not somewhere you can live for long without a car nor is Little Italy and there is about a 15min walk between the two where not much is going on in between… That’s like walking from Brickell to Omni. I actually prefer the weather here more, the winter nights in SD get quite cold and I like warm nights. I travel through the summer to avoid the excessive heat June-September, which allows me to go to Europe and the West Coast in their prime seasons. Everyone is entitled to their opinion though! San Diego has many Mexicans of course,… Read more »
Anonymous
Anonymous

Spot on

Anonymous
Anonymous

also downtown San Diego is much more spread out with several neighborhoods where there is a lot of quiet blocks full of homeless people in between (I’ve lived in Little Italy, Gaslamp Quarter and East Village) and San Diego has a height limit of 500ft so their towers cannot be nearly as high as ours (hence much lower density and walkability)

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not as international ? It is international and is located near the mexican border and what is “plain military folk”. downtown san diego isnt boring and is more walkable.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Don’t forget Downtown San Diego is the heart and center in all aspects of that Metro area. Miami, has the beach and downtown has always been a secondary center to it.
Don’t compare oranges to olives. Bet you San Diego doesn’t have Lincoln Rd, Ocean Dr. and the beach to enjoy year round. Two different markets altogether.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They actually do..

MIAMI
MIAMI

I totally agree with you! Miami lacks green spaces. I really hope we don’t turn into another Manhattan.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What’s wrong with Manhattan?
Central Park is one of the finest and most visited urban parks in the world.
I surely and sincerely hope we become more like Manhattan

Anonymous
Anonymous

You people kill me with this “green space” crap. Go and run around in the Everglades for as long as you want if you have that giant of an appetite for “green space.”

Anonymous
Anonymous

How could they preserve it with 250 hotel rooms. Those trees will be gone and so will the vibe.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Let’s hope for the best! There’s a parking lot there and a building behind that might be enough space for a hotel while preserving the wooden terrace and trees out front that give it so much character. There might be a riot in Brickell if they don’t do it.

MIAMI
MIAMI

We should start a petition to preserve those trees.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I want to start a petition or aid one that wants to plant more trees like those throughout miami. They keep planting palm trees or at best oak trees lately.

MIAMI
MIAMI

That’s the best corner in Brickell. Without those trees its just another concrete wall.

Gringo
Gringo

Every real estate deal celebration included having a lunch and drinks there…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Glad to see something tall built there.
Density is badly needed downtown Miami to make it more walkable, desirable and urbane.

Anonymous
Anonymous

And yet another hotel (in place of local icon) is going to provide that?

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s a start

Mondocondo
Mondocondo

This isn’t in downtown Miami, it’s Brickell, which already has plenty of hotels. Cheers

Anonymous
Anonymous

That area is one of the denses in the U.S, the school board area of the omni needs the density.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You’re right…Miami only has two years left to be ready for the SuperBowl in 2020.

MIAMI
MIAMI

Yea, because we don’t have enough tall buildings in Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

We need more tall buildings in Miami with nice crowns.
Please bring supertall bldgs

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