Construction Permit Filed To Begin Work At CitizenM Hotel Miami Worldcenter

A construction permit has been filed to begin building a new CitizenM hotel at Miami Worldcenter.

The permit was filed on May 8 and was being worked as of last week.

A total of 351 hotel rooms are being built, the permit states.

The building itself will rise 12 stories, or 142 feet. The building size is listed at 127,332 square feet.

Total construction cost is estimated at $55 million.

Planning & Zoning approval has already been granted.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Wow thats ugly…

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’ll match the surrounding.

Anonymous
1 year ago

match your face

Anonymous
1 year ago

That’s what she said.

Miami1
1 year ago

It is unbelievable that such a mediocre design was approved for such a prominent location. MWC dropped the ball, I guess they don’t care about the aesthetics of their project that much and are just interested in flipping properties…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Relax. The hotel will have shore power.

Miami1
1 year ago

Well then, what about the glass? Is it Cat 5 proof??

Anonymous
1 year ago

and Tall Trees and Bike Lanes all around the building

Anonymous
1 year ago

I think the developers will make shore of that.

Anonymous
1 year ago

And I will make shore none of that happens!

-Joe Carollo

Anonymous
1 year ago

Must be ready in time for Super Bowl

Anonymous
1 year ago

Would it be to much to ask for bronze Smoke Glass windows, textured precast exterior walls, and to smoke in the carpeted lobby?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I didn’t know the 1970s cheap airport hotels were trendy again.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You know they just rehabbed the TWA terminal at JFK.. right ? lolol

Daniel
1 year ago

I want it now!!!!! I’m so tired of nothing being there. I’m tired of the gap in The skyline and the gap in walkability between downtown and the A&E district. I can forgive the design considering how empty this is now. And I like that it’s a hotel. I’m excited for MWC I know it’s not like the original renderings but it’s coming together beautifully and is a stunning addition to our Urbanscape and our skyline

Anonymous
1 year ago

MWC turns it back to NE 2 ave and nearly ignores the two metromover stations. Sorry, this project won’t increase the walkabiltiy of the area either, as NE 2 is treated as a super highway/alley for all the buildings.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What do you have against highways?

-Mayor Carlos Gimenez

Anonymous
1 year ago

location of Metromovers made sure of that

Anonymous
1 year ago

Given the choice between walking in Miami’s oppressive humidity a coupla blocks or riding the air-conditioned Metromover, I choose the Metromover.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Who wouldn’t?

Anonymous
1 year ago

“Who wouldn’t?” The individuals who said “Sorry, this project won’t increase the walkabiltiy of the area, and, location of Metromovers made sure of that.”

Anonymous
1 year ago

Don’t worry.. both metromovers will be renovated by MWC.. 100,000 new residents moving into downtown over the next 5-10 years..
mover will get plenty of use.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Except for the air condition all blow out at each stop when the doors open… Would love it if the AC worked better on Metro Mover.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Me too but I wish it covered a bigger area. Also the weather and humidity could be helped with loooots more trees on every sidewalk. No palm trees though

Interested
1 year ago

“something is better than nothing” is not what you want people saying about a design we are going to be looking at for the next 50 years.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Oh well, at least it’ll have a place on the rooftop for entertainment.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Rooftop for entertainment!!! How original!!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Versus ground floor?

ILoveMiami
1 year ago

You know that we are going to be underwater in 50 years. I’ll be dead…but covered by water.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Dang.. you’ll never know if you were right or wrong.

ILoveMiami
1 year ago

Row, row, row your boat…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Lmao they got rid of the letters

Anonymous
1 year ago

That in itself is an improvement.

Anonymous
1 year ago

They put Lucky Charms marshmallows instead smh

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’m waiting for the demolition permit to get pulled once they are ready to put a real building here

Anonymous
1 year ago

That site is nearly the opposite of prominent.
The Performing Arts Center, the PAMM, The Frost Science, AAirlines Arena, 1000 Museum, Marquee, etc are prominent.
This is a short building behind tall buildings with a Metromover view.
It’s appropriate.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Please VE the figurines sitting on the window sills!!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Does anyone know who the design team is for this project? Arch & Engineer?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Elmo & Associates

Anonymous
1 year ago

Who’s the GC?

peej
1 year ago

Suffolk