CitizenM’s 351-Room Hotel Tops Off At Miami Worldcenter

CitizenM has topped off their hotel at Miami Worldcenter.

The hotel will be known as CitizenM Miami Downtown, according to the company’s website. The company also has another hotel under construction nearby in Brickell.

Top off of the building took place this week, according to an Instagram post from Michael Silverman, the director of retail leasing with The Comras Company. Comras is handling leasing at Worldcenter.

The hotel will include a rooftop bar known as CloudM, located on the 10th floor. Also on the same rooftop level will be a pool and sundeck, with an exercise room on level 11.

The 351 rooms in the hotel will be micro-sized with “wall-to-wall beds,” according to CitizenM.

The project will also feature $260,000 in “Playful Toy” artwork which will adorn the facade of the building.

Gensler is the architect.

 

(photos: ryan rea)

 

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Anonymous
10 months ago

Way too small, shouldve doubled the height at least!

Anonymous
10 months ago

If it were higher it would have blocked the view of the condos at Paramount.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Oh yes that’s true. It would have blocked the water views to the bay.

Anonymous
10 months ago

But another condo higher could go on that lot on biscayne blvd in the future.

Anonymous
10 months ago

is n’t AAA Arena already blocking views to the bay?

Dan
10 months ago

Same owners of the paramount property right? if so that makes complete sense.

Dan
10 months ago

It’s gonna get blocked by whoever the hell owns that hufe parking lot site a block south of marina Blue eventually (can’t wait til that gets built, what an incredible location).

Anonymous
10 months ago

That’ll become a park

Azarius
10 months ago

Sorry but I really dislike all the details about this development it’s really subpar. 🤮

Anonymous
10 months ago

Aren’t you glad no one will make you stay there?

Dan
10 months ago

Take into account that this is no Ritz Carlton. More “affordable” hotels aren’t going to look extravegant.

Dan
10 months ago

I’d also like to know that there’s far uglier hotels in downtown such as the Hyatt, and the courtyard marriott and the Hyatt is generally considered as a much higher end hotel than the Citizen M (yes I know its outdated and thats part of the reason why the Hyatt on the river is ugly).

Anonymous
10 months ago

Looks like a garage pedestal with windows for a large tower….

Anonymous
10 months ago

Puny. The “art” is a joke. One larger, more significant piece, instead of those Dollar Store erasers looking things.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Ive seen better designs on the highway in the middle of nowhere.

Anonymous
10 months ago

“Ive seen better designs on the highway in the middle of nowhere?”

Really, you saw building designs or whatever going down a highway in the middle of nowhere?

Anonymous G
10 months ago

The design could of been better. I like the height because it doesn’t block the Paramount. Overall it’s a good addition for the area imo.
I perfer the Brickell CitzenM design.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Look forward to going to the rooftop bar

Azarius
10 months ago

Wall to wall beds?!?! I wouldn’t want to stay there idc how close it is to everything.

Anonymous
10 months ago

There is always a room at the Four Seasons for you Azarius.

Azarius
10 months ago

True cause seriously I’m 6’5 and I need room to move around

peej
10 months ago

There’s also a 3rd hotel that should break ground shortly on Miami Beach @ Lincoln & Alton Roads where Wells Fargo once was.

Yes, the rooms are tiny, but cM is very technologically advanced & their expansion should do well here.

Anonymous
10 months ago

bells and whistles for being technologically advanced < Living space

Casey
10 months ago

any update on this? I live down the street and it’s over a year delayed.

Casey
10 months ago

Anyone have an update on their South Beach location? It’s incredibly delayed – they haven’t bulldozed the WellsFargo yet.

Anonymous
10 months ago

good, please don’t

Anonymous
10 months ago

Wall to wall beds. Ummmm Ummmmm.
Doesn’t that sound grand!!

No thanks. I’d rather go the Marriott or Hilton.

Anonymous
10 months ago

“Playful Toy” artwork which will adorn the facade of the building? Are they going to put dildos or something?

Dan
10 months ago

The walk from the metro stop at 8th to the AAA has changed tremednously over the past 5 years. This is incredible.

Anonymous
10 months ago

I want a room just above the tracks so I can flash the one Metro Mover rider.

Anonymous
10 months ago

I saw renderings of the rooms. They look just like the ones at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Anywhere else but there.

Anonymous
10 months ago

“Art in public places” was a mistake.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Gensler is the Associate architect. The Design is by citizenM in-house design team and Concrete Architects from Amsterdam

Anonymous
10 months ago

The toys look cheap but the hotel should bring life to Miami World Center.

Overall a win for the neighborhood

Anonymous
10 months ago

The area does get rather quiet at night. This should add some activity.

Anonymous
10 months ago

MWC is literally blocks and blocks of parking garages. Why would you expect anything else ?

Azarius
10 months ago

You understand the amount of retail on this area and everyone that will shop in this area don’t live close by and let’s not even bring up Public transportation so…

Anonymous
10 months ago

Looks like a prison.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Both properties look like soviet shitboxes.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Love the design.. complements the area.