98-Room Mr. C Coconut Grove Under Construction

Italy’s Cipriani family is to operate a new hotel under construction in Coconut Grove, according to the Herald.

Mr. C Coconut Grove will include 98 rooms in a five-story building at at 2988 McFarlane Road.

Arquitectonica is designing the structure, which is influenced by the nearby Stiltsville structures in Biscayne Bay.

Prices will start at $325 per night.

Main Highway Partners, controlled by Arquitectonica’s Bernardo Fort-Brescia, is the developer, according to The Real Deal.

 

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Polo
2 years ago

Beautiful building.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is what needs to go on the Perricone’s site in Brickell, not that huge box.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Now under construction??!! How old is this article??? Its been for well over a year..

Anonymous
2 years ago

Pretty sure its topped off…

William
2 years ago

I’m confused. This has been under construction for a long time. The scale feels very odd in that location. To much height and mass IMHO.

Anonymous
2 years ago

If it wasn’t for those circular windows, this building would suck. Typical for Arquitectonica and Bernie the Mangrove Massacer.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The location dot is in the wrong place. Note to editor.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I live in the Grove and the building looks no where near as good as it does in the rendering. Completely outsized for that lot.

Anonymous
2 years ago

$325 a night?! Are they serious? I stayed at East at BCC last year for $275 and that was in Brickell, why would I pay more and be in Coconut Grove? Pass!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Um…because it’s in Coconut Grove, a completely different type of environment from Brickell.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah, those people in Coconut Grove really got their noses up in the air!

Anonymous
2 years ago

I don’t know, it may be me but, doesn’t this look kinda 1960ish?

Gene
2 years ago

You could call it “retro”

Anonymous
2 years ago

Live in the grove and love the vibe of the interiors as illustrated in renderings… perfect fit for the neighborhood. To those saying it doesn’t look like this right now in person… no shit. It’s under construction and no cladding has been applied to the facade whatsoever. Let them finish and then we can decide how far off it is from conceptual renderings.

Too much complaining.