Hotel With Shooting & Archery Range Proposed Near Omni

A unique 21-story development called Museum Club was recently approved by Miami zoning officials in the downtown Miami area.

The building is proposed to include 97 hotel rooms, a spa, and a restaurant. On the lower levels, a shooting range and archery forest will provide entertainment for guests. Also included is a 24-space mechanical parking garage, along with 12 conventional parking spaces.

The Museum Club Tower, LLC, managed by Ivan Sherman, is the company proposing the project. It is to be be located on a .39 acre property at 1598 Northeast 1st Avenue. Nearby projects include the Canvas condo tower, and the Estefan’s mixed-use project.

Itec Design is the project architect.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

Love the design.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I agree!! so simple but well done

Anonymous
5 years ago

live on 15th street…if this is REAL and it, along with canvas gets built they will provide the catalyst for rapid development in this long neglected area

JM
5 years ago

Hotel or Condo/Hotel?

Anonymous
5 years ago

Love the building!

Anonymous
5 years ago

there’s one way to address safety concerns of living in a marginal neighborhood.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Doesn’t look like a feasible project unfortunately

Michael J. Sommers
5 years ago

How can people go to the gun range in they cannot park? 36 total parking spaces, this is hardly enough just for the staff of a hotel, spa and restaurant, let alone guest of the hotel and customers?

Anonymous
5 years ago

I believe this is meant for people living in downtown where they have access to light rail and can walk as well.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Great, we can feel safer now with people riding metro mover or walking the streets with their bows and guncases on the way to the range.

Anonymous
5 years ago

The purge meets Hunger games. . .

Anonymous
5 years ago

36 total parking spaces would be a lot in basically any other metropolis.

Jesus
5 years ago

Well Michael, the Downtown area keeps changing from a desolated area where people just go to work to one where people both work and play and also live in the area. Years ago, what you said would make sense but now that there are so many skyscrapers and so many people living in the area, I gotta say that there should be no more parking at the rate we got cause there’s going to be a lot more parking available except it will be available on the streets of the city.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I crossed (walked) the Miami Bridge from Brickell to Downtown last Friday night around 10:30 or 11:00 PM heading to the Municipal Garage– it didn’t feel real warm and fuzzy. In fact I have never seen more encamped homeless people since seeing the front plaza of the San Francisco City Hall a few years ago. I didn’t have my archery equipment with me but might have been more comfortable if I had something more substantial than my umbrella.

Yet Another Anonymous
5 years ago

You must mean the SW 2nd Avenue bridge?

Really???
5 years ago

I have to agree. Brickell has reached the tipping point where it is dense and urban enough to feel comfortable walking. But let’s be realistic this area has another decade before its anything close to an urban walkable area.

I guess people can just park on the street in the meantime since the area is basically dead.