CitizenM Buys Perricone’s Marketplace In Brickell, Hotel Planned

Netherlands-based hotel chain citizenM Hotels has purchased the Perricone’s Marketplace & Cafe site in Brickell.

CitizenM Miami Brickell Properties paid $16.18 million for the 10,965-square-foot site.

The deal includes a leaseback, allowing the restaurant to stay on the site. Perricone’s may remain on the property in a newly built development, according to the SFBJ.

 

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

I swear to god if Perricones doesn’t reopen I will burn that hotel to the ground

Anonymous
4 years ago

Funny!

Anonymous
4 years ago

I hope the police arrest you.

Oscar
4 years ago

^This guy

Anonymous
4 years ago

Pussy

Anonymous
4 years ago

Won’t be the same without the beautiful canopy of trees.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Will lose its charm

Anonymous
4 years ago

Will totally lose its charm. Perricones in a Miami landmark. What a shame!

MIAMI
4 years ago

Totally agree with you!!, that area of Brickell was the nicest part. Sad to see those trees gone.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Brickell already has next to no green space. If they were smart they would have turned the Brickell City Center lot into a central park but instead we got another Omni.

Marc305
4 years ago

I hate to repeat what I wrote just a few weeks ago but here it goes. I am usually all for new construction, my motto is out with the old and in with the new. However, there are exceptions, the Olympia Theater in downtown is one and Perriconne’s is another. Destroying them is a travesty, you can only “re-open the name” in the same location and that is it! These are the old places that give a city its soul. Washington DC has Georgetown, San Diego has the Gas Lamp District, etc. I know everyone has their price to sell… but damn.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I can’t wait for Tobacco Road to re-open ! in name only, with higher prices and none of the charm, musicians or characters. LMAO

Miami Hurricane
4 years ago

Or musk.

Anonymous
4 years ago

They should at least find a way to preserve and build around the wooden terrace front with the huge tree built into it. It has a lot of character

Anonymous
4 years ago

Miami is going to be nothing but condos, hotels, and sushi restaurants at the rate we’re going.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Isn’t the building historic? It was hand disassembled from somewhere else and shipped down piece by piece and restored here in Miami.

Miami Hurricane
4 years ago

I think it was an old Vermont barn. Not sure how often you get out to rural areas, but old barns up North are a dime a dozen. Not very special either.

Anonymous
4 years ago

a new concept with new operator in the same space would have been better news

Anonymous
4 years ago

couldn’t agree more!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Nooooooo…that was one of the most exotic places in Brickell with all the beautiful trees and village feeling…. This, and Mary Brickell Village, are the only parts of Brickell where I don’t want to see any type of building going up. Brickell will loose charm and value if we ever loose that “part of town”.

Anonymous
4 years ago

such a small site even for a micro hotel

aceraroja
4 years ago

The site, the trees, the cute house are a treasure. Perricone’s, however, is a travesty of a restaurant and I can’t believe anyone but time travelers from 1997 willingly eat there.

Anonymous
4 years ago

They should bulldoze Mary Brickell Village and build a hotel there…

MIAMI
4 years ago

i thought that corner was a gift and it was a trust that the city couldn’t build in without permission of the donor family? anyone know what happened?

Informed
4 years ago

The hotel will only be on the Perricone’s site, the park will remain. Although Allen Morris is attempting to “un-gift” the park from the city. That is probably the only risk to the trees.

MIAMI
4 years ago

thank you!

More Concrete. Ick.
4 years ago

Greed. Too much greed in Miami. And too bad City planners and so-called City preservationists don’t give a crap. Concrete is king!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Great location for a Hotel……

Anonymous
4 years ago

Don’t need to reserve my opinion
That land needs development
Desperately
Perricone can open in the hotel