127-Room Hotel Proposed At 3047 Biscayne

Near Midtown Miami and Edgewater, another hotel is planned to be built at 3047 Biscayne Boulevard, replacing Limon y Sabor restaurant.

The newly submitted application will be reviewed by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board next week.

The property is leased to the restaurant, but is in contract to be sold, according to a Loopnet listing. The applicant is Prime Biscayne Property LLC.

The proposed 12-story project includes 127 hotel rooms and 133 parking spaces. There is also a small amount of retail, office and amenity space.

Kobi Karp is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Why does a hotel in an urban area need 1:1 parking spots:key?

Miami Hurricane
2 years ago

They need to offer guaranteed parking for the retail customers and office tenants.

Anonymous
2 years ago

To meet the zoning code. The zoning code should have maximums, not minimums.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They are proposing more than the minimum.

But the bare minimum 7 bicycle parking spots.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They are asking for setback variances, they can also ask for parking variances as well.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I also was gang-raped by a group of Genghis Khan Mongolian soldiers in a parking garage, however, after years of the most intense psychological treatment, I was able to overcome my Parking lot phobia and started to understand that people need a place where to park their cars, especially in a city with no public transportation.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Thank you for helping with the parking phobia…the anti-parking people need to relax.
I bet none of these people will give up their parking space at home and Work…

Anonymous
2 years ago

People who complain about parking are Mongols who don’t understand, because they ride horses and live in yurts made from conquered subject’s foreskins sewn together.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
2 years ago

#metoo

Anonymous
2 years ago

Because we don’t have a reliable Mass transportation system in Miami.
Because the Brightline train to Orlando isn’t built yet.
Because we don’t live in London, New York, Paris, etc.
Because even if you take Uber you will still dealing with the Biscayne Blvd. traffic.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Because American cities are the size of countries and it’s impossible to move unless you have your own wheels

Anonymous
2 years ago

stfu about parking

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m finally on the “why so much parking” bandwagon too. What is the need for so many parking spots for a hotel with a small retail and office footprint.

Anonymous
2 years ago

4 posts today on THM, 4 new projects each with massive amounts of car parking. Got news for people.

There is *no* traffic relief on the way, it will get much *worse* before if/it ever gets better.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I also was gang-raped by a group of Genghis Khan Mongolian soldiers in a parking garage, however, after years of the most intense psychological treatment, I was able to overcome my Parking lot phobia and started to understand that people need a place where to park their cars, especially in a city with no public transportation.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Much needed retail and restaurant space is coming to Biscayne Blvd.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I waiting to see when they wendys up the street will be developed, its surface parking lot is huge.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I also was gang-raped by a group of Genghis Khan Mongolian soldiers in a parking garage, however, after years of the most intense psychological treatment, I was able to overcome my Parking lot phobia and started to understand that people need a place where to park their cars, especially in a city with no public transportation.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
2 years ago

I hope they keep the Wendy’s but redevelop the lot. I loooooovvvveeee me some Wendy’s…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Urbanica? I like the garage

Anonymous
2 years ago

I like the bottom, but the tower looks like a jail with that window placement. Also, I’d rather see the other half of the block across the NE 30th Terrace alley with Check Cashing USA part of the redevelopment.

Traffic? Gridlock
2 years ago

Traffic. This area is terrible.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The parking garage screening is a blatant rip off of the easternmost section of Design District Museum Garage.

Anonymous
2 years ago

STOP developing in Edgewater. This area can not deal with traffic any more. Edgwater is not prepared for massive traffic. The city allowed Related to build 4 skyrise buildings and did not think about traffic issues. Its already insane to drive from the bay towards Biscayne blvd.

Anonymous
2 years ago

DEVELOPING MIAMI’S URBAN CORE IS THE ONLY REASON WHY THE EVERGLADES STILL EXIST.
Our Politicians are the one who has to cut the Crap and finally implement a reliable mass transportation system.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I thought it was because we would flood every time it rains without the Everglades as natural drainage. With our aging infrastructure, it’s no wonder it floods anyway.