Edgewater Hotel Proposed With 207 Rooms, Designed By Kobi Karp

In Edgewater, an eight story hotel is proposed to be built with 207 rooms.

It replaces plans for the Bentley Edgewater, a 36-story condo-hotel.

Last year, the developers said the new hotel would have Holiday Inn Express branding. It isn’t clear if that is still the case.

In addition to the hotel rooms, the project is proposed to include 139 parking spaces and 2,850 of ground floor restaurant.

Developer Heafey Group is also said to no longer be involved.

Miami’s Urban development Review Board is scheduled to review the plans on June 19.

 

 

The cancelled project:

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Basically looks like they chopped off the tower LOL

Anonymous
1 year ago

very sad

Anonymous
1 year ago

I like the design, but wish Edgewater had the higher density for hotels so we could get larger buildings.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I don’t understand why urban hotels need parking at a nearly 1:1 ratio.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Because you’re not in the Hotel Development game.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Because Hotels not only required parking for guests, they also required parking for employees, deliveries, event attendants, etc.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah, the maids driving their benz and bmws, lol.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Agree! in one of the densest areas of Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Lots of people get a rental car when they visit Miami. Who wants to pay for Ubers outrageous Surge Pricing??

Really???
1 year ago

There are 207 room, 2,850 sf of retail and only 139 spaces. If you take out the 9 spaces required for the retail that is 130 spaces for 207 rooms. That is closer to a 1:2 ratio of spaces to rooms.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Still too many. This isn’t a rest stop motel

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah.. so according to your figuring, the people staying at this hotel should call for an UBER, driving by someone from Guatemala, for a night out on South Beach, and then call for another UBER vehicle driving by someone from El Salvador, all because some people think there shouldn’t be parking or very little parking at these hotels in Miami?

Gee, Miami is full of geniuses.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Mostly Cubans drive Uber.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wrong. I use Uber twice daily to and from work and most of the time my driver is from Venezuela.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Well, that’s what everyone does… I live in Brickell and never use my car to go to the beach. As a matter of fact, I don’t know anyone who does… Cars are outdated when you live in central locations. I use mine every other weekend when visiting family that lives far.

Azarius
1 year ago

Why can’t we have the Bentley

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yaaaawn

Anonymous
1 year ago

Palm Trees are almost bigger than the building.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Such a small and outdated design while the area has buildings above 20 stories going up.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nice project for Edgewater neighborhood.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I say wait until you can build to full density!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

As if the design couldn’t get uglier. It’s like a schizophrenic designed the building.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Im schizophrenic and I couldve designed better