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44-Story Wyndham Could Begin Construction In Brickell Soon

44-Story Wyndham Could Begin Construction In Brickell Soon

Brazilian developer Galwan has been taking steps to begin construction on a 44-story Wyndham Hotel across from Mary Brickell Village.

As of last week, the lot has been mostly cleared. It was previously used as a staging area for another nearby construction project.

On October 18, a construction permit was filed for with the city, with Amicon listed as the qualifying contractor. No review of the permit has yet taken place by any city officials.

According to the filing, the new tower will rise 44 stories or 464 feet, and include 445 rooms. Construction cost is estimated at $80 million.

In December, a water and sewer agreement was signed with Miami Dade County’s utilities department.

According to the utilities agreement, the project will include 445 rooms and 11,389 square feet of retail.

 

 

(photo: phillip pessar)

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Excellent for density. I love that is right next to the rail station.

transplant
transplant

Big deal! Hotels = guaranteed pedestrians (unlike some condo towers). Now we need the development with the rooftop bar directly across the street/metrorail (in West Brickell) to begin.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wrong. Too many take uber everywhere contributing to an even greater traffic crisis.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I’m sorry, how does UBER, a ride sharing service, contribute to traffic over pedestrians lol people who think like you always make me laugh 🙂 thank you!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Some studies argue that ride sharing apps do make traffic worse. https://amp.businessinsider.com/uber-lyft-creating-traffic-cities-bruce-schaller-2018-7

Miami Hurricane
Miami Hurricane

Wild chicken lot

Polo
Polo

I think the design will look better in person once is built. However, it will add density and foot traffic to the area. It doesn’t hurt either that the hotel will be just across the Brickell metro rail station with direct connection to the airport.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Why not make it taller?? It’s perhaps the most prime location with the metro.

soccerliz
soccerliz

When are ya’ll going to post about Cervera getting fired from Elysee? DE took over!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Another boring box with the ugliest cladding. With how long this is taking, I would at least hope to see a redesign.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Que feo.