The Shore Club In South Beach Is Getting A New Tower By Robert A.M. Stern

A developer has submitted plans to the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board to restore the historic Shore Club Hotel  in South Beach and add a new tower.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects is partnering with developers Witkoff and Monroe Capital on the redevelopment.

The new Stern-designed tower is proposed to rise 17 stories.

Combined, the redeveloped Shore Club will have:

  • 80 condos
  • one private villa
  • 65 boutique hotel suites

The Shore Club was built in 1949. It was combined with the Cromwell (built 1939) in 2001, which will also be restored.

Kobi Karp is the architect of record. Heritage Architectural Associates is overseeing historic preservation, while Island Planning Corporation is overseeing landscape design.