Harvey Hernandez To Build Residences, Hotel At Miami Worldcenter

Harvey Hernandez is planning to develop residences at Miami Worldcenter, according to a report in the DBR.

Hernandez recently completed construction and started closings at the 374-unit BrickellHouse.

At Miami Worldcenter, Hernandez’s project would be part of the second phase. In addition to the residences, the development will also include a ‘very cool lifestyle hotel’ that will feature bars and restaurants.

 

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XVS
6 years ago

More good news)…Hernandez is definitely a doer, and has a keen sense of design.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Is it just me or is this rendering misleading. It shows a bit of 10 Museum, but where are 900 Biscayne and Marina Blue? An accurate rendering would display these two high rises as opposed to the parking lots. That would show that all views to the east are practically blocked by these two buildings. Regardless, this development is going to be a great addition to Miami.

Obviously
6 years ago

I’m very eager to see the renderings of what Mr Hernandez’s plans are. With Brickell, Downtown, Midtown, and Edgewater, all this development is happening right on time and will, when Miami gets it’s next Superbowl shot, make all Miamians proud to showcase to the world it’s impressive skyline, the bountiful and unmatched, beautifully reverting and hard to beat areas it has to host that event.

marc
6 years ago

here, here

Daniel
6 years ago

That’s what I’m talkin’ about!!!!!!!!!!!

really HH
6 years ago

HH builds really bad product. Brickell House should be torn down already. When you get off the elevator’s the flooring that greets you looks like the tile you see in a burger king. The hall ways are drab w/drywall that runs the length of the floor. The units themselves have tiny nothing balconies with hardly any floor to ceiling glass. And those robotic parking garages. Right now, if you want to call your car down from your unit, good luck. There are 5 bays and about 374 units with ALOT of tiny studios and 1beds which are going to be filled with young partying renters. Imagine the wait during rush hour times.

XVS
6 years ago

Developers can’t win these days. If they build small and thus affordable, then there are too many young partiers. If they build big, then it’s all for the rich.

Here is a video for the “horrible” parking garage you are talking about:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jclry_BwoIs

And what do you know? The first comment you see is a lament about how only the 1% will be enjoying this marvel.

Obviously
6 years ago

So, really HH, what’s your complaint?