Park West’s ‘Adios’ Building Could Become Bar & Lounge

The “Adios” building in Park West could be converted into a nightclub, according to plans submitted to the city.

Approval for a warrant to open the nightclub at 90 Northeast 11th Street is being requested as of last month, records show.

PUG44 LLC, PUG45 LLC and MRC44 LLC, managed by Los Angeles-based Romie Chaudhari, purchased the property in August 2018 for $16.54 million.

Other uses may also be in consideration. According to a Loopnet listing, a lease on the property is being offered for build-to-suit retail at a price of $75 triple net.

Up to 544 residential units can eventually be developed under a deal with the developer of Miami Worldcenter, who sold the property. There are also development restrictions on hotel and office.

 

 

 

(photo: phillip pessar)

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Anonymous

We could use a reasonably priced strip club in the area. Eleven is too expensive and not a true strip club. Plus it’ll drive the Biscayne Blvd nimbys crazy.

Anonymous

How much is a dance in Eleven ?

Anonymous

$35

Anonymous

Well thats over priced.

Anon

yes… tootsies 2.0 would be nice.

Anonymous

It would be awesome.

Anonymous

It is $40 bucks minimum. Trust me I know.

Anonymous

Maybe Floppy Rooster could reopen there.

Anonymous

yasssss

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YASSSSS QUEEN!!!!

Anonymous

The new spot for ROLEX.

Anon

i think my favorite comment ever on this site. Good work.

Anonymous

What about a nice 10″ Plus male strip club instead???

Anonymous

Hope they build another apartment building there, Miami desperately need more affordable residential units.

Anonymous

Even if they build a new apartment building, it certainly would not be affordable.

Anonymous

Sadly, I think you’re right.

Anonymous

Location isn’t logical for “affordable apartments” go some blocks northwest into Overtown.

Anonymous

More apartments lower the prices of other apartments when theres enough of them.

Anonymous

?

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Good! I would hate for the downtown night life scene to die.

Anonymous

I had the impression all the clubs were closing or moving to Wynwood, which seems more logical IMHO.

Anonymous

Wrong assumption.

Anonymous

How was this place when it was opened ?

Anonymous

Lease it to nightclub promoters until the next building cycle boom.