Revealed: Full Plans For Recently Approved CitizenM Hotel Set To Replace Perricones In Brickell

CitizenM Hotels recently won approval to build a hotel at the Perricone’s Market property in Brickell.

Now, those plans are being revealed for the first time, along with a list of the waivers and conditions of approval.

Gensler is the architect of record for the hotel, city documents state.

The proposal calls for a 21-story, 277-foot tower with 252 lodging units and 4,174 square feet of commercial space at the ground level.

Hotel rooms will be micro-sized, starting at just 157 square feet.

Several setback waivers were granted. A 30 percent reduction in parking has also been permitted, due to the proximity of transit. Yet another waiver allows for parking to be provided offsite.

Perricones will remain open at the site longer than originally expected. CitizenM will allow the restaurant to stay through at least February, as they work to finish the permitting and pre-construction process, according to a social media post.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

More like Citizen Mehhh…!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

never gets old

Magazine
2 years ago

157sq ft micro-sized hotel rooms. Sounds lovely. And where will commercial trucks making deliveries for this hotel go? Just double park out front now like they do for Perricone’s. Sounds lovely as well.

Anonymous
2 years ago

please, no one in Miami cares about livability. the city exists for foreigners to park their cash in condo high rises or people up north to visit for a week or two in the winter.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is not a rental apartment building, so what does “livability” have to with it?

William
2 years ago

Did anyone look at these rooms bs’s Magazine? This is nuts. Pg 28. This hotel will cater to a unique crowd!

Anonymous
2 years ago

wack

Anonymous
2 years ago

Woah its getting worse after every new rendering.

Anonymous
2 years ago

No whimsical design or forward thinking.
What a waste.
Another square box for Miami

Anonymous
2 years ago

You’re right.. if you can’t out design Arquitectonica, then you need to throw in your pencils.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Best comment in long time!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Smartass, a five-year-old can draw something better an architect could make work.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wtf?.. you need to find out who hid your meds so it doesn’t happen again.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s beginning to resemble Caracas.

Anonymous
2 years ago

more like cacacas

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ill hold my breath but as of now it looks mediocre at best. Gensler just designed the beautiful Riverwalk Place tower in Tampa and this is the best they could do for Citizen M?

Anonymous
2 years ago

It says Gensler is Architect of Record, not the Design Architect.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They often have a part in the design. Thanks for playing.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Im sure that it will be great. I love Gensler’s work.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami has a “Design Review Board.” I would like to hear each of their opinions and statements on this project.

Anonymous
2 years ago

please. they rubber stamp everything.

Anonymous
2 years ago

No they are petty sometimes and ask some projects go back to the drawing board. They’re inconsistent.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You’re right, they are inconsistent, they let that horrendous design of Skyrise pass as if they were looking at the Taj Mahal.

Miami
2 years ago

Taj Ma Penis

Anonymous
2 years ago

They would think it’s beautiful.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Those meeting are open to the public. Go check it out.

Sgt. Sapingo
2 years ago

I think even a prison cell is bigger than 157sf.

Scrooge
2 years ago

This is horrible.

Anonymous
2 years ago

My dog’s house is bigger than this horrible box.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The design is like an old cell phone.

POLO
2 years ago

Gensler, go back to architecture school!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Would look better with “ARTWORK” instead

Anonymous
2 years ago

They should contact Virgil

Anon
2 years ago

what are they going for here? miami architecture is lacking, for the most part, but this building really doesn’t make any sense.

Anonymous
2 years ago

SAD!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ugly and sad…

HAHA
2 years ago

Look at the rendering that has the Flatiron next to it!!! They make it look like they are the same size ahahah

Anonymous
2 years ago

Lol was gonna say the same thing. Little bit of size envy there.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ugly and underwhelming… Is Citizen M the same hotel that is 12 stories tall at World Center? Why do they making these short and ugly buildings??

Anonymous
2 years ago

Does anybody know what happened to the little park in the corner that was supposed to be a TRUST?

rudenz
2 years ago

The design of the building is ugly. (I’m not an architect but I have eyes)

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m guessing the commercial space is going to be a restaurant?

Anonymous
2 years ago

What’s going to happen to the trees?

aceraroja
2 years ago

ART ART ARTWORK ART

I’m sure it will be all really highbrow, intellectually stimulating stuff on that facade, just like all of Brickell.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Someone should file a lawsuit given those trees were given away for preservation (or find another excuse – heck u don’t see the Walmart in midtown yet do you?)

Anonymous
2 years ago

> waiver allows for parking to be provided offsite.

the only good news in this plan

Anonymous
2 years ago

What percentage of you negative nancy weirdos even live in Brickell?

Anonymous
2 years ago

What does that have to with this poorly designed building?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Not specific to this post, but the amount of people who complain about every single update ever posted on TNM is mind-boggling and pathetic.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Want to bet they are not locals?

Anonymous
2 years ago

I live in Brickell. and this is FUGLY!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

I do, an this extensively pisses me off. That corner was one of the magical parts of Brickell. We’re losing it to this shitty looking box. Annoying AF.