Midtown Inn Closed To Make Way For 156-Room AC Hotel By Marriott

The 36-room Midtown Inn at 3400 Biscayne is now closed, boarded up and covered with graffiti.

It is slated to be demolished and replaced with a 156-room AC Hotel by Marriott.

Records show that 3H Group Hotels has been trying to obtain a construction permit for the new hotel since November 2016. It has been denied by almost every city department that reviewed the plans, with the most recent denial by Zoning on October 13.

3H also developed the recently opened 151-room Hampton Inn on adjacent property.

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Love the design. The area will be awesome in a few years

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes it will be.. love all the redevelopment along Biscayne Blvd.

Anonymous
4 years ago

If by awesome you mean gridlock 24/7 then you are correct.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Hey, you can go live in Mayberry or Corncob KS if you’re so afraid of being stuck in traffic.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Beautiful design.. which hopefully gets approved soon.. area is becoming more pleasant with each new project along Biscayne Blvd.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Let’s keep redeveloping the area……… and people who loves to complain , please stop all the bad critics and let other people working to make this abandon area sparks again …….

Anonymous
4 years ago

Learn how to write in English.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Probably the related Group is interested in the land…. Small Honest developers aren’t welcome in the city of Miami.
I personally know one the owners, He is a very hard working man.

Anonymous
4 years ago

What’s the reason for the denials?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Now they probably have to build a simple looking hotel.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Palms haven’t been greased yet…..

anonymous rex
4 years ago

need more of this type of development!!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

I don’t see any reason to oppose this. Nothing of value will be lost, and the replacement ain’t too bad.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Lived in the area for 25 years and still do. Horrible traffic, not nice to walk around, properties are declining in value since prices for new developments are ridiculously high. Buyers are buying overpriced units.
Traffic is a major issue there. Unless they connect Midtown with Biscayne so there would be more than one option other that 36th street then traffic might get a bit better. Cross walking 36th street is a nightmare, extremely dangerous. They need to have some type of walking bridge on this intersection. The city is now working on beautifying side walks now. instead of coming with solutions to the area.

Anonymous
4 years ago

“Lived in the area for 25 years and still do. Horrible traffic, not nice to walk around, properties are declining in value since prices for new developments are ridiculously high. Buyers are buying overpriced units.”

Next time, please try to present something a little more logical before spouting such bullshit!

Anonymous
4 years ago

If built per the rendering, it will be a far better design than its next door neighbor, Hampton Inn.