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Application Submitted To Build Hotel On Perricones Site In Brickell

Application Submitted To Build Hotel On Perricones Site In Brickell

An application has been submitted to build a hotel on the Perricones site in Brickell, according to Miami Planning & Zoning Department Director Francisco Garcia.

At a May 10 meeting, Garcia told city commissioners that part of the property has been erroneously zoned as a park. The designation was actually intended for an adjacent property, and his department would correct the error administratively.

The adjacent Allen Morris park is mistakenly zoned for high-intensity development, and Garcia said they would swap it back to park zoning.

The mistake was discovered following the hotel application.

A lawyer for the Allen Morris company attended the meeting and objected to rezoning the park, instead wanting to keep it as high intensity. The company is in litigation with the city in an attempt to take back control of the land, claiming the city did not use it as a park as required when deeded over.

Allen Morris is not objecting to high intensity zoning on the Perricones site.

CitizenM paid $16.8 million for the Perricones site in October 2017, with plans to build a 250-room hotel.

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

If perricones isn’t incorporated i will destroy the hotel

Anonymous
Anonymous

This whole explanation of erroneous zoning reaks of classic Miami back room dealings.

mondocondo
mondocondo

Just used unsuccessfully at Babylon Office building for Paco Martinez. Didn’t fly with the commissioners. Cheers

Anonymous
Anonymous

The trees and low density is what makes perricones special.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agreed. It certainly isn’t the food anymore.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They won’t rest until every tree has been pulled down in Brickell.

Miami
Miami

This is the nicest corner of the entire Brickell! it would be a shame to get rid of it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They had better keep perricones after. Will be riots every Thurs night

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not happening.. land is staying a park.

Miami
Miami

I hope you’re right!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I am probably one of the biggest proponents of out with the old and in with the new, 99% of the time I say level it and put a shinny building on top of it, but even I have to admit that I am sorry to see Perricones go. Yes, I know they are supposed to reopen on the lobby of the hotel but it will just not be the same. My friends call it the Tree Restaurant because it is so beautiful and green inside. I even doubt they will reopen, especially because of the new North Italian Restaurant that is about to open across the street… Oh well, all the bitching is not going to matter, what’s done is done, I have great memories at that place and I will take those with me always.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“Perricones” will reopen, but as a fusion sushi tapa restaurant in a night club setting with a setup for a DJ.

Oscar
Oscar

🙁

Anonymous
Anonymous

Keep the Perricone’s building …. it’s not historic but it’s very charming
Build something instead at The Four Ambassadors…( Brickell low income housing)

Anonymous
Anonymous

Why would you build low income housing in Brickell? There are plenty of areas in Dade County that can accommodate that. Asinine comment!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I mean “the Four Ambassadors are already the low income housing or projects of Brickell “
Learn to read before commenting

Anonymous
Anonymous

Your comment is still asinine. Most of the people who live in the Four Ambassadors have owned and lived on Brickell for over 20-30 years, back when Brickell was only where true wealth lived. Brickell is now a fake NYC where most people rent and/or have roommates…and very few own. Those tenants deserve more respect and have more class than you ever will.

Gene
Gene

…….with views of The Mandarin. You’re a smarty.

Anonymous
Anonymous

…which is why you make it taller if you want bay views as the selling point. Otherwise, there’s a thing called a city, where views mostly consist of views of other buildings.

Anonymous
Anonymous

So many wonderful trees on that property. Trees are sea level rise mitigators, provide habitat and shade to Miami – a city – where everything grows year round – that has the one of the lowest percentages of tree canopy of any major American city.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sooo maybe one could argue that increasing green spaces instead of constructing a building, would be better for the world, by some incalculably small amount reducing global warming, and in-turn reducing sea level rise. But geez…

Anonymous
Anonymous

I love the park as much as everyone here, but how does a tree mitigate sea level rise.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Trees help prevent water run off which mitigates sea level rise. A single tree won’t help much but every little bit helps!

Anonymous
Anonymous

That is absurd. You are implying that parks and trees help less water go towards the ocean/sea, and as a result helps reduce the long-term rise in elevation of the entire ocean. The global concept of Sea Level Rise has nothing to do with local water run-off.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Do not let reason get in the way of a perfectly emotional argument! Who do you think you are! Mr. Denier!

Anonymous
Anonymous

How about razing Mary Brickell Village instead or move it to Kendall. Then you can build something meaningfull and keep the last piece of downtown Charme.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Move the Mary Brickell Village to Kendal and the Four Ambassadors to Medley or Homestad and keep Perricone’s where it is now
Let’s vote on November to stop the creation of more Italian restaurants on Brickell , let’s be the one coming at Echo’s condominium the last to be allow to open

Anonymous
Anonymous

Supply and demand, maybe because Italian food is freaking delicious?

Anonymous
Anonymous

No way! We need a little slice of Kendall in Brickell. Blue Martini reminds of of why I don’t live in the suburbs without having to drive to the suburbs.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What’s wrong with Mary Brickell Village? It has more foot traffic than BCC and the Publix is great, that’s for certain.

Miami
Miami

I really hope that the Allen Morris family trust have the huevos to stand up against this corrupt city!!

Really?
Really?

What happened to the two pieces of the Allen Morris Park? Why was Perrcone’s allowed to sell booze on City park land?

Max
Max

great location, never tried the bar but the food is really bad. One of the worst restaurants in Brickell

Anonymous
Anonymous

The chef could be fired and better one will be hired, the trees and charming will be gone forever!!
Keep the house and park and…..
Since we have 300 Italian restaurants in Brickell, most of them with the same boring menu of pizzas, ravioles and parmigiana, why we don’t keep the restaurant and get a new chef !!!
move on!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

So happy for this.
The area should be an urban area.
If you want a park, take the mover to Bayfront Park

Anonymous
Anonymous

Trump is this you ?

mondocondo
mondocondo

You can’t pave over everything! Cheers.

Gene
Gene

You must have studied really hard to say that.

Anonymous
Anonymous

So Manhattan is not a urban area by your standards, since it’s loaded with parks?

marc
marc

Wow. Just listen to your self.

Miami
Miami

Go back to wherever you came from!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nothing like replacing green space and shade with another hotel!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Congratulations, you are likely to be the most down voted comment in the thenextmiami history.

Perricones forever!