Lush, Tropical Gardens Planned At Groot & Tao Multi-Level Venue At Miami Woman’s Club Near Resorts World

The barren patch of of land behind the Miami Woman’s Club is about to be transformed into a beautifully landscaped yard, according to newly released renderings.

Landscape architect Raymond Jungles is designing the space, and released renderings after The Next Miami published plans for the project earlier this week.

The backyard of the Woman’s Club will be rebuilt with a wooden patio and surrounded by multiple water features. Dense tree foliage will provide shade to daytime diners. A gate will open to the public baywalk behind the property.

The renderings are in sharp contrast to what exists today, with almost no greenery on the site.

Groot Hospitality and Tao Group are partnering on the venue, but still have not decided on a name.

The restaurant will include three bars and 558 seats spread over two levels, including indoor and outdoor space.

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Really happy to see a historical building being repurposed in such a great way. With the few historic buildings we have left, let this project be a model to follow.

Anonymous
1 year ago

At least a crane isn’t going to fall on this one.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This will become a popular spot in no time, looks amazing!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

The lizards are going to have a ball at this place.

Anonymous
1 year ago

lol

marc
1 year ago

Nice idea for an outside event space.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Waterfront dining and parties.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah, beautiful spot for lesbo’s to make out…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah…more pretty food and $20 martinis. Everytime I eat at a new trendy place I need to stop at BK on the way home. Huge plates with tiny portions, a few dots of some “reduction”, a foam of this or that, some “micro greens” and some cute “edible” flowers. $42.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Those places are for suckers to “be seen” at.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Beautiful place… just very nice

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wonder where they’re getting those mature bayan trees from.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Maybe from the lot of that art museum that finally has an utility deal.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Earth, soil, rain – nature.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Very nice.

Anonymous
1 year ago

that looks nice. now don’t pave over the front lawn. apply for a 30% parking waiver (near transit)!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Absolutely beautiful.

Money please
1 year ago

Raymond Jungles is certainly a great landscape architect. Hopefully his clients will spend whatever is needed to buy all those trees and plants. We have zero confidence in the speculators who hold the Master Lease on the Women’s Club property.

Anonymous
1 year ago

“Speculators?”

Anonymous
1 year ago

YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Finally I can enjoy their delicious Mongolian Beef dish in Miami 🙂

Anonymous
1 year ago

this is great !

Anonymous
1 year ago

I wish the city of Miami would engage Raymond Jungles to transform Bayfront Park. The best real estate in all of Miami and it looks like crap!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami needs a huge botancial gardens like in the Bronx.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Fairchild?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Super excited for this.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I am Groot….

Anonymous
1 year ago

If there was Man’s Club, there’d be furor about it. But Woman’s Club is all fine and even commendable. How is this fair?

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’m just going to assume this comment was meant to be a joke

Anonymous
1 year ago

Exotic

Anonymous
1 year ago

Dyke hangout….

Anonymous
1 year ago

lipstick lesbians – can’t wait to see them make out with each other and frotage on the dancefloor

Anonymous
1 year ago

I am Groot…