Photos: Construction Progress At 21-Story CitizenM Hotel Next To Mary Brickell Village

In Brickell, a 21-story CitizenM hotel is nearing completion.

The hotel tower rises 21-story, or 277-feet. It includes 252 lodging units – many micro-sized, and 4,174 square feet of commercial space at the ground level.

Gensler is the architect.

 

(photos: Phillip Pessar)

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Anonymous
1 month ago

This has been so slow to move, need that sidewalk open asap!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah its causing a mess for both people walking and cars driving

Anonymous
1 month ago

Now leave the outside of this building just like it is in the pictures, it doesn’t need all that dumbass psychedelic painting everywhere on it.

POLO
1 month ago

The hotel looks better than the renders.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s what I was saying.

Brickellite
1 month ago

There must be money issues, that project is moving at a snails pace, such a disruption to the pedestrians, the flatiron was built quicker…how long can the city allow the sidewalk to be restricted…

Alpina
1 month ago

It belongs to wynwood

Alpina
1 month ago

And the one in MWC belongs to 1965 and should be demolished..jeje

Anonymous
1 month ago

The under height box is almost done

Anonymous
1 month ago

Negroni in Midtown is going to be the restaurant on the ground floor. Not exciting but not terrible I guess.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wait are they moving from midtown or opening a second location ? Their drinks are so good.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Opening another

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah would do good, their midtown location is always packed. Always take my first dates there.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The white wall on the northern façade is so ugly 🙁

Anonymous
1 month ago

It will probably have some light features at night

Anonymous
1 month ago

Still better than the murals proposed.

Alpina
1 month ago

Is it me or Mary Brickell Village is in urgent need of a facelift?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I think its just you man, Mary Brickell Village is probably the nicest and most activated part of Brickell

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s got shops and restaurants, most of which in the back rotate/close every few months. It was great 15 years ago.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It just had one and its always packed so have a seat

Anonymous
1 month ago

Considering how CocoWalk was ruined into a cold modernist hellhole, I disagree. We dodged a bullet with the hideous proposed renovation of Bayside Marketplace. Sorry, but what avocado toast and granola-munching trust fund children on here call “kitschy,” the rest of us call nice buildings to look at.

Azarius
1 month ago

Wasn’t a fan but whatever more density! Really liked the virgin project that would’ve been a huge plus

Anonymous
1 month ago

Don’t lose hope, there’s still enough land in West Brickell or land north of 395 for it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is it cancelled?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I like the murals in the renderings way more than the actual ones

Anonymous
1 month ago

its nice for the area, even if not too much height

Anonymous
1 month ago

Finish it already and open the sidewalks…

Anonymous
1 month ago

It actually looks WAY better in person than in the renderings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

who needs an architect for this ugly thing?!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I prefer the one by Miami Worldcenter but this is nice too. Nice infill and perfect sizes for both areas.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Me too but I wonder what will happen to that lot in front of it. Can they really build there? It’s odd that Miami Worldcenter didn’t buy that lot and that no one has built there yet.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I read somewhere once, can’t recall where, that they cannot build right around the Freedom Tower. Is it true?

Anonymous
1 month ago

That lot is owned by Fortune Group, they arent gonna develop something there for a lonnnnngggg time

Anonymous
1 month ago

Do you have any idea of why?

Anonymous
1 month ago

They should build a MoMA there!!🧩

Anonymous
1 month ago

Am I the only one that see the head of Lisa Simpson on one of the walls? 🤪

Anonymous
1 month ago

Mary Brickell needs to be demolished.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I think it’s good to have some low-rise blocks. The restaurants next to Flatiron seem to do well, and have a charm to them. With the Citizen M opening and 830, there will a step-up in restaurant demand. Wouldn’t expect empty restaurant space to be the norm.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Mary Brickell Village was literally the catalyst of westward Brickell development. Also, replaced with what, something else like this eyesore? No thanks!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Correct