43-Story Hotel With Rooftop Bar Proposed Across From Resorts World

A 43-Story Hotel with a rooftop bar is proposed across from the Resorts World Miami site.

The project includes 270 hotel rooms, 14,878 square feet of office, and 714 square feet of retail.

Mandala Holdings is the developer, and Allan Shulman is the architect.

Miami’s UDRB will review the plans October 6.

 

Previously40-Story Mandala Hotel Planned Across From Resorts World

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Stunning and love the rendering of it from the metromover.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Nice addition to the Omni area.. will bring more tourists and foot traffic to N. Bayshore Dr.

Miami1
4 years ago

Love it. Miami needs more buildings like this… build it!!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

So many beautiful buildings I’m seeing today!!!!

Miamian
4 years ago

That will burn in the end of this cycle. #Hopefullynot

Anonymous
4 years ago

i live next door at venetia…. love this….could not imagine a nicer project…hope it happens

Anonymous
4 years ago

Beautiful.. nice location and views.

Anonymous
4 years ago

WOW ! the architect’s name isn’t KRAP !

Miamian
4 years ago

hahaha Love This

Anonymous
4 years ago

Love the exterior skin with smooth curves, but seems like the fluid lines stop abruptly at the top like a horrendous haircut.

Polo
4 years ago

This hotel, 1000 Museum, and Aston Martin, are the most spectacular towers planned or rising in Miami at this time.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Given the creativity level of Miami designers, I’ll take it. I think it will be a nice addition to the site. Actually, anything would be fitting in those ugly empty wasteland plots.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Beautiful!! A stark difference to the cookie cutter Related Group or Arquitectonica garbage that we’ve been subjected to. Let’s get it built!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Couldn’t agree with you more

Jesus
4 years ago

Wasn’t that supposed to be a Marriott building or is it close to it?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Love the shape, but the cladding is a tacky mess. Too bad the 1960s residence part of the prewar historic church compound isn’t included, within the redevelopment, too.

Anonymous
4 years ago

That base… so hideous!

Milo
4 years ago

Sounds like something a red carpet dress analyst would say.