Cambria Hotel Planned For Overtown With 195 Rooms

TSG Group has submitted plans to build a 12-story Cambria Hotel in Overtown.

The proposed project contains 195 hotel rooms, meeting space, a bistro dining area, rooftop pool deck, and a parking garage.

Two stories of parking, with around 100 spaces, will be built. The property is located within a quarter mile of the Culmer Metrorail station, allowing for a 30% reduction in parking (the developers are only requesting a 15% reduction, or 18 fewer spaces).

Corwil is the architect. Review by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled for today.

Cambria Hotels is part of The Choice Hotel group. Another Cambria Hotel is planned in Brickell.

 

 

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Anonymous

Overtown is happening.

Anonymous

This is not really Overtown. Now don’t try to argue with me about it, I was born in Overtown sixty two years ago.

Anonymous

These lames actually downvoted your comment,my family are towners too and this ain’t overtown. These hipsters like to stick that name on everywhere.

Anonymous

boundary wise, yes it’s 100% Overtown… community/culturally okay maybe not.

Anonymous

Technically, it’s Highland Park.

Suomynona

Is there any map or source on this?

What distinguished this area from Overtown? Where does Overtown end then, NW 7th Ave?

Anonymous

Overtown is booming. and why not? location is perfect.

Anonymous

Booming?
How,????

Anonymous

Was it approved yet? Anyone knows how long it takes them to approve and how long after it’s approved do developers usually take before demolishing what’s on site? I currently live here and need to figure out how long I have. Are they required to give a certain amount of time for notice? Already looking for other places.

Anonymous

this is just as big or bigger than MWC Citzen M

William

This area is certainly getting better but they will need outside security for a while. The hud projects to the north of there are just to dangerous still.

Anonymous

So you know how dangerous that area is because you have family and friends who live in those “hud projects?”

William
Anonymous

That doesn’t mean anything regarding to the question that I asked you.

Anonymous

Too

Anonymous

never trust any one who is too afraid to do anything

Anonymous

Let’s call it Downtown West or North River district since the “locals” don’t want us calling it Overtown

Anonymous

Say what you wanna say, who gives a shite. If I tell you in the early 1960’s they decided to run freeways through Overtown to destroy it, you don’t have to believe that either.

Suomynona

Or just call it Highland Park like an apparent longtime/former resident suggested.