INS Building Set To Become A Hilton Garden Inn

Biscayne Boulevard’s former immigration building is set to become a Hilton Garden Inn, according to the project website.

The project will be called Triton Center

In addition to converting the INS Building into 139 hotel rooms, the project will include construction of a new 12-story tower with 325 apartment units. The ground floor will include 25,000 square feet of commercial space, and an indoor parking garage will have 585 spaces.

ADD Inc. is the architect. Florida Fullview Center is the developer.

 

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
6 years ago

79th street needs Coastal Link.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Wish you guys would put the address in these articles.
Biscayne Blvd is a long street.

Anonymous
6 years ago

If you lived down here you’d kinda know…

John
6 years ago

Its location is 79th street and Biscayne Blvd. Its going to be interesting to see what type of clientele will use a hotel at that location. (At this time) there is nothing close that would warrant it. I like the apartment aspect though.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I guess that was a bad call considering how this areas is moving.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Cant wait for this project to contribute to the change along the Biscayne corridor

Anonymous
6 years ago

Crucial development for both MiMo and Miami Shores. Really hope it gets built.

Anonymous
6 years ago

From looking at the comments, I guess the architect critics have given in and finally accept this project.

Anonymous
6 years ago

No, the random barcode color scheme and checkerboard windows on some facades will always be awful.

Anonymous
6 years ago

It is ashame that they did not use the opportunity to create a more distinguished design and went with such a generic one

Anonymous
4 years ago

What happened to this project? Nothing has been done in months.

Anonymous
4 years ago

the last under developer strategic location in Miami Biscayne corridor. Very smart indeed

Anonymous
6 years ago

That piece of crap across the street is the perfect area to build a new Walmart. Just not in Midtown. That area serves a large working class community to the north and west. It’s historically insignificant and is in need of some major development.

Anonymous
5 years ago

This is going to amazing . Fab cause right across the plaza has already inputted some great businesses ??? Love the idea.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Oh-area seems to be one of the hottest areas now…..lol bad call!