Demolition Underway At Brickell’s El Eden, 24-Story Millennial Hotel Planned

Brickell’s El Eden motel is now being demolished.

A Notice of Commencement filed last month states that “total demolition” is planned for the building, with crews already on site last week.

It will be replaced with a $90 million, millennial-driven project, developers Tony Cho and Robert Finvarb have said.

The new project will include a 24-story hotel with 263 keys. On the ground floor, there will be a health and wellness store or a grocer.

 

Previously$90 Million ‘Millennial Driven’ Hotel & Retail Planned In Brickell

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Ugghhh, one less place to take cheap hookers. This city is always working against the common man.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Exactly and now their turning the cheap hotels on biscayne into high end trendy hotels or knocking them down.

Anonymous
3 years ago

You two anonymous guys need to step your game up and stop screwing around with cheap trash.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Step up our game ? I rather be straight up and get to the point and not wine and dine. I’m actually saving time and money by paying for the P.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well, in that case, I really can’t knock you that!

marc
3 years ago

Good

Anonymous
3 years ago

whaddaya mean marc?… me and the El Eden go back a longggg way!

Jesus
3 years ago

Hahaha

Anonymous
3 years ago

Should have a nice restaurant or bar at the top. Would be a great, new spot for a rooftop bar

miami1
3 years ago

The one next door needs to go too…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Aw, you’re going to make me drive to the suburbs to get a motel room for a few hours? 😉

defamed2
3 years ago

Brickell could use a hipster Tokyo-style love hotel. People need their hook-ups.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hipsters aren’t people. Also, you clearly have never saw Tokyo outside the stereotypical pop culture you espouse, because you talk like it’s Bangkok. There’s a reason love hotels exist and wouldn’t work outside Tokyo, as European brothels in places like Amsterdam wouldn’t.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Theey’re some on biscayne and 54th st

Anonymous
3 years ago

Eeeeyuuu!!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Wasn’t that turned into a boutique hotel?

Anonymous
3 years ago

It would be faster than traffic in Brickell.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I walked the property last week. I’ll have to send my photos of the mirror covered rooms and the sign on the office saying they don’t rent rooms by the hour for prostitution. LMAO

aceraroja
3 years ago

Literally what the fuck does millennial-driven mean? Marketers are dumb as burning trash.

Anonymous
3 years ago

i love (hate) broker babble !!!!!!!!

not marc
3 years ago

good

Anonymous
3 years ago

Great location for just this type of project…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Now if only they put those ugly power lines underground would help clean up that area

Anonymous
3 years ago

nice project

Anonymous
3 years ago

I can’t say it’s the a great looking building, but at least the motel finally is going.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Pretty sure that rendering was a promotional placeholder to help sell the land. That is not what is being built.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What do you mean?… the article back in January 2017 show the same thing.

Anonymous
3 years ago

That is one stylish looking building!