Construction Is Underway At Miami Woman’s Club, Rooftop Lounge & Restaurant Planned

Construction is now underway at the Miami Woman’s Club, where plans include a new rooftop lounge and outdoor restaurant.

A notice of Commencement was filed with the county on October 4, stating that work on interior remodeling and an addition was beginning.

The remodeling cost is listed at $2,662,450, while the new addition is costing $4,337,550, for a total of $7 million, according to a construction permit issued by the city.

The construction permit was applied for on March 3, 2017, and approved on August 29, 2018. In addition to building department approval, the project was reviewed by the city’s Historic Preservation Board.

 

(photo: Ryan RC Rea)

 

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A. Nonymous
3 years ago

Hope they add their Baywalk section. That’ll connect Margaret Pace Park down to the Venetian.

Oscar
3 years ago

Yeah, this would be great and hopefully was a requirement of the approval process. Anybody know?

Anonymous
3 years ago

They should be required if they are doing these type of improvements.

Anonymous
3 years ago

This place will be hugely successful if done correctly…. views are enviable and plenty of young people to make this a popular place….but that being said the baywalk absolutely must be built at same time to connect pace park to Venetian

Anonymous
3 years ago

The picture is a little blurry, but it looks like there is a “Baywalk” on page 21 of the proposal

Anonymous
3 years ago

page 20…it does have a baywalk included in the design

Anonymous
3 years ago

They had me at “Rooftop Lounge”… can’t wait!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Look everyone they’re keeping a building that ACTUALLY looks nice and reusing it.

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is awesome. Yet another walkable city attraction. Restaurant and new bar with incredible views.

Anyone know if the amenities will be open to the public?

Anonymous
3 years ago

It woll

Anonymous
3 years ago

It would be nice if they moved the Unity on the Bay mansion and carriage house the other side of the park as a clubhouse, event venue, or another restaurant, etc. instead of tearing it down. Adaptive reuse is a beautiful thing, as you can see here.

Vote No.
3 years ago

Scary. More noise to harass residents.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Does anyone know when the construction for this is supposed to be complete? Is there a Miami Women’s Club website I can look at?