Revealed: 40-Story Mandala Hotel Planned Across From Resorts World

This is the first look at plans for a new 40-story Courtyard by Marriott hotel in downtown Miami.

Mandala Holdings purchased a small lot across from Resorts World Miami for $8 million in 2016. The lot size is just 11,700 square feet.

Miami architect Allan Shulman has prepared plans for a 270-room hotel, according to preliminary documents obtained by TNM. Shulman’s design calls for a tall narrow tower topping of at 580-feet, with exterior cladding made of a curtain wall system with colored glass.

A bar will be located on top of the tower at level 40. The project will also include a token amount of office and retail space, but no parking.

Completion is scheduled for 2020.

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

i live next door at venetia….beautiful building…love the prospect of rooftop bar….views will be astounding…..couldnt ask for better neighbor

Anonymous
4 years ago

Omni / Edgewater keeps improving!

Tomas Possenti
4 years ago

Pretty cool design, I like it!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Looks nice for a Courtyard

Anonymous
4 years ago

Please
Follow the trend
Who needs cars downtown?
Nice design

Anonymous
4 years ago

1 doesn’t make a trend. 1000 footer yesterday proposed 2000 parking spaces.

Jesus
4 years ago

This building will be a darling to the skyline. Even at this height, it will be a beauty for the Miami area. I like how the developer already has plans with Marriott. That is surely a good sign.

City Commissioner
4 years ago

Nice to see Shulman’s work at this scale, I just hope the profitability of these larger scale projects do not threaten is Well executed Designs.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Won’t take long for them to value engineer it down to another plain box

Anonymous
4 years ago

So two Marriotts next to one another?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Juat someone maximizing density and trying to flip the site.

Reminds me of the Burger King site in Brickell that is now for SALE with offers due mid August

B Dub
4 years ago

I like the color gradation, hope that’s how it really looks when built.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Woohoo! No Parking!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Join the discussionWoohoo! No space for rental cars! Enjoy the bus ride to the beach.

Anonymous
4 years ago

You’re right.. Valet Parking will be necessary.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I love the crown/spire, but the window panels all different sizes makes it makes it look cheap. I wish they were all the same size, clean and congruent.

dfmd
4 years ago

lol, like it’s 1970 all over again, right.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Or 1980, 1990, and 2000, when architecture still followed order, arrangement, proportion, symmetry, propriety, and economy until all this pseudo-intellectual crap of treating architecture like a Jackson Pollock painting.

Anonymous
4 years ago

At least JP painting aren’t boring.