AC Hotel By Marriott About To Begin Construction Next To Midtown Miami

Another hotel is about to begin construction in the Midtown Miami area.

AC Hotel by Marriott Midtown Miami will include 153 rooms in a seven-story building. There will also be a restaurant and bar, rooftop pool, fitness center and meeting rooms.

Last week, a $21.3 million construction loan was issued to the developers. Vertical construction will begin in May, according to The Real Deal.

Midtown Lodging 2 LLC is developing the project. It is a partnership between three developers, including Aztec Group, 3H Group of Tennessee, and Arti Hersi Inc.

Kobi Karp is the architect.

 

 

 

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RCS

I think the building will be nice for the area. Did anyone notice they are remodeling the 1920s apt building a block away? Pretty cool. Low Rise works.

BDub

And doing what looks like a very good restoration job, too. Good to see some older buildings are being preserved.

Anonymous

Highrise buildings work too.

Anonymous

Nice design, I wish we could see more urban apartments and affordable condos built in this style for the middle class. it seems no new developments address the huge housing shortage we have here. only hotels and condos which will probably be rented out as vacation rentals.

Anonymous

Interesting for Kobi Krap. Too bad it couldn’t have been something taller. I mean, the area is flanked by Midtown and Edgewater.

Anonymous

I think for this area it would be nice to see more low rise buildings. Wait before I get thumbs down low rise means you can cover more land. You cover less with high rise buildings. The more land covered the less we will see these empty lots. Also less high raises on parking pedestals and more low rise buildings with store front retail.

Anonymous

I get you point, but I think two twenty story buildings would look nice in that spot just as well.

Anonymous

I don’t really want to see giant low-rise blobs, but then again, I don’t want to see anymore high-rises with long parking garages killing the street level, or pedestals pathetically concealed by ugly assorted sheet metal and excuses for murals.

Anonymous

Man, I bet you are a “hoot” at restaurants!

Anonymous

Pay for my beer and you’ll see.

Anonymous

Sorry, don’t have the patience for you to decide with brand of beer you like and don’t like.

Anonymous

So much better than what it’s replacing.

suomynona

Why say “next to Midtown” when you could easily say “in Edgewater”? Why the odd phrasing?

Anonymous

To me that area is more closer to Midtown with Biscayne Blvd being the dividing line…

Darling

Where can I apply at?

Anonymous

I have Good memories of all the porn star turned backpage girls i’ve been with at this hotel. Now once this new development is finished I will score on the same site.

Anonymous

Save it for someone that cares.

Anonymous

Don’t bother…he’s living in his own made up fantasy world.

Anonymous

Its not scoring when you pay for it..thats not how it works. and just to be clear you are bragging about “scoring” by paying for washed up porn stars in a mote pretty sure no one here is thinking wow they wanna be you.

Anonymous

You’re still paying for sex on your long dates wining and dining chicks.

Anonymous

Are they Crazy??? Tourists don’t want to stay in there.
The area is not safe, full of homeless people and too close to the bad neighborhoods

Anonymous

You clearly have no clue about the area

Anonymous

Why? Who wants to see The tracks, Crazy Traffic, overdevelopment, Grafitti everywhere. Tourists don’t come to Miami to see that.

marc

You need to get out more. Wynwood is crawling with tourists.

Anonymous

LOL… such ignorant comments.. more to a retirement home.

Anonymous

Lol… clearly this guy doesn’t understand that his 1940’s Miami just doesn’t exist anymore.

Anonymous

I live in Miami Shores,
Those people are destroying the old Miami, we all know and love. Now they want to build five-story high rises everywhere.
I never liked that area, But it was better before they overdeveloped it.
This is not New York
Who wants to live in a crowded building???

Anonymous

Lol… that’s like saying “the hip-hop crowd is destroying the club scene on South Beach, which I never liked.”

Anonymous

Or, nobody goes there anymore. It’s too crowded.

Anonymous

“Who wants to live in a crowded building???”

Uh, I thought it was a hotel?

Anonymous

Isn’t Miami Shores part of the still-segregated Miami Neighborhoods?
(Like Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, and Morning Side )

Anonymous

Graffiti? You mean Wynwood? Yup tourists particularly hate traffic, development and tracks… that’s how I always plan my vacations when I visit the desert

Anonymous

Seen plenty of tourist with families staying there at the current hotel on the site.

Anonymous

Now this person will say, “but that’s besides the point!”

Anonymous

So in which neighborhood is the rock where you live?

Anonymous

Kendall