800-Room Grand Hyatt Miami Beach Back On Track, With Completion Expected In 2025

The developers of the Grand Hyatt Miami Beach say they are now working on permitting, and expect to begin site work within months.

New interior renderings of the complex were also released.

The hotel will be operated by Hyatt, which many regard as being the best big hotel management company today.

Site work will begin by summer at the latest – sometime in the Q1/Q2 timeframe, depending on permitting.

Vertical construction will begin immediately following sitework. Closing of a construction loan and vertical construction is estimated for April 2023.

From then, it will take 30 months until the hotel opens, which is expected in November 2025. A temporary certificate of occupancy is expected in July 2025.

The Grand Hyatt will include:

  • 800 rooms (including 48 suites)
  • 90,000 square feet of indoor meeting/conference space, plus 10,000 square feet outdoors
  • 5 food and beverage outlets, including a signature restaurant that is already leased
  • 2 pools and a gym
  • A Grand Hyatt club lounge
  • 320 parking spaces

The building will be connected to the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Americaribe is the general contractor.

 

 

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Anonymous
11 months ago

Daamn this is gorgeous.. Modern outside and Mediterranean inside!

Anonymous
11 months ago

The interior is Art Deco.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Exterior must be art deco too.

Anonymous
11 months ago

I don’t think its iconic enough. Sorry, it just isn’t.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Mediterranean….what?

Melo is sigma and chad
11 months ago

About time

Anonymous
11 months ago

Like most really needed Miami projects. We’ll still be discussing options in the next century

Shawn Kouri
11 months ago

The design looks so cool on the inside and it’s so modern. I’m telling you. It looks awesome.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Beautiful outside and inside. Privileged location for the purpose of serving the Convention Center. It has everything to be a success.

Anonymous
11 months ago

i wonder if its possible to turn the convention center rooftop into a garden. That would be pretty cool.

Anonymous
11 months ago

The Fillmore will still be there?

Anonymous
11 months ago

Of course it will. This is being built right behind it on what is now a parking lot.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Far from what this project can be. Or could have have at this point.

https://www.archdaily.com/403862/oma-wins-miami-beach-convention-center

Anonymous
11 months ago

Who’s the developer?

Anonymous
11 months ago

Terra and Turnberry.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Construction cost around $91.3 million?

chupacabra
11 months ago

should have happened at same time as redevelop of the convention center….

Anonymous
11 months ago

Should be taller.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Hey Miami Beach and Aquitectonica, this is not the 1950’s anymore…

Anonymous
11 months ago

It looks nothing like 1950s buildings.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Arquitttccccc blah blah blah
please retire
soon