New Details Of Downtown Miami Hyatt Proposal With 1,800 Apartments, 600 Hotel Rooms

Details of a massive downtown Miami project from Hyatt and development partner Gencom have been revealed, with city commissioners scheduled to take up the proposal this month.

According to newly released documents, the 3-tower project is planned to include:

  • 1,796 residential units (of which 264 will be serviced apartments)
  • 615 hotel keys
  • 188,000 square feet of gross event space (90,000 square feet net)
  • 1,096 parking spaces

The developers previously said there would be three towers, including a 95-story, 1.049-foot supertall. The other two towers would rise 61 stories.

A 99-year lease is being proposed, with the developer paying either 2.5% of gross revenue or $2,500,000, whichever is larger. They also propose to pay $5.4 million into an affordable housing fund.

Commissioners are scheduled to vote on whether they want to send the deal to a public referendum at a July 28 meeting.

 

 

 



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Anonymous
6 months ago

Sensational. Miami River will be a very special place, with these three towers and beautiful buildings on either side, like Baccarat and Aston Martin, and even with the boardwalk free.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Aston Martin, yes. Basccarat, LOL no.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Holiday Inn should be redeveloped too

Melo’s competition
6 months ago

Like for real. That thing looks dated af.

Anonymous
6 months ago

I think you mean Comfort Inn, but the Holiday Inn Express on Biscayne Boulevard adjacent to the Waldorf-Astoria site, yes.

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s coming down

MiamiArchi
6 months ago

Am I the only one that is bother by the fact that they have never show a rendering of the entire project?
Just of the bottom part by the river.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Same with the proposed tower at the First Presbyterian site, though I expect more will be forthcoming there.

Anonymous
6 months ago

This is DOA
Don’t hold your breath

Anonymous
6 months ago

Pls, pls, pls… say yes!!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Pls, pls, pls… don’t do a bait and switch and give us more boxes with juxtaposed balconies!!!

Melo is sigma and Chad
6 months ago

Get this going,, going to take months to tear than the current building.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Anyone notice how the traffic pattern of the arrival/dropoff loop is flowing the wrong direction?

Joe CARollo
6 months ago

Sure beats walking next to the underside of the pool at night. Also much better traffic flow using SE 4th as the main ingress/egress brickell ave needs mad help there…

EJS
6 months ago

I know there has been a lot of talk in the past in creating a boulevard out of that atrociously ugly on/offramp straddling the site. This proposal looks to me like it doesn’t improve upon that access ramp at all.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Downtown Miami Winning.

depredador
6 months ago

of those 1800 apartments how many will be sublet for short term airbnb’s??? more tiktoks filmed on the balcony

Checo
6 months ago

EXCELLENT QUESTION DEPRDADOR!!!!
The answer is 45 and 70.

Anonymous
6 months ago

You sound like you rent a lot of short term airbnb’s so you can see a lot of those tiktok videos filmed on the balconies?

Joey Johnson
6 months ago

This is such a nice development for the location but, a couple value adds for the community. First, improvement to traffic flow with the off-ramp from 95. Next a pedestrian tunnel under the river to allow for scooters, bikes, etc. If a tunnel were to be done why not add the ability for glass and a reef similar to how Atlantis was done. Finally, the sea wall should pulled back and mangroves to be added to help clean the water. A native area that provides protection for the manatees. Just my thoughts…

Anonymous
6 months ago

“Next a pedestrian tunnel under the river to allow for scooters, bikes, etc.”

wtf?..

Calivalle
6 months ago

Beautiful project…💎💎💎💎

anonymous
6 months ago

1,096 parking spaces

too much parking

Anonymous
6 months ago

Will you be living there?

Anonymous but Famous
6 months ago

I had lost track of the fact this property is owned by the City of Miami. The sacrifice then of @ 200 square ft might fix that grotesque, small- town right turn at the northern end of Brickell Bridges.

Metromover Is A Toy
6 months ago

Only in Miami would you build 95 stories without any bona fide transit network.

Anonymous
6 months ago

It is surrounded by 2 of the MetroMover loop and less than a mile from government center station.

EPIC Hotel
6 months ago

Please don’t block our city views.

Anonymous
6 months ago

The problem with Aston Martin is it’s literally the worst location in Miami.

Really.
6 months ago

Here we go. More construction.the brickell bridge can hardly handle the traffic now. They will surely block one of the lanes adjacent to the project. Wonderful. Get ready. It’s taken two years for the Aston Martin and the lanes are still blocked there.

Javier
6 months ago

Nice very nice, but the CBP and TSA agents are fuck all this projects against the international investments, business people and start ups owners with their terrorist paranoid of why we come so many times to Florida every time we come to invest, spent and pay taxes, services and give lots of money to local business.thry want we move our money to other states, well that’s not problem !

Anonymous
6 months ago

Um, huh?…