This May Be The CitizenM Hotel Planned For Perricone’s Site In Brickell

CitizenM Hotels recently updated their website with a new rendering of a hotel planned for Brickell.

According to the website, the new hotel would have 252 rooms, and will boast beautiful views of Biscayne Bay.

Renderings show a building with about 20 floors, covered in supergraphics. There also appears to be a rooftop restaurant or lounge.

It seems likely that it is planned to be built on the Perricone’s Marketplace property in Brickell.

Last fall, CitizenM Miami Brickell Properties paid $16.18 million for the 10,965-square-foot Perricone’s site. At the time, a broker said the new hotel would have 250 rooms.

 

(photo: phillip pessar)

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Anonymous
3 years ago

This is what is replacing Perricone’s? Seriously?!
It looks like a cement box with child like art. SMH
Good grief this is a sad day.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Looks like a giant pre-school lol

Anonymous
3 years ago

Exactly. Looks like a Brickell Lincoln-Marti, just missing the rainbow awnings.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Cartoons from the 70’s.

suomynona
3 years ago

Burn it with fire.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hopefully tree removal permits will be denied.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Absolute garbage!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Basic murals on a boxy building being proposed, meanwhile Perricones has large trees and a great ambiance. I wish they just built a small boutique hotel in Perricones parking lot.

marc
3 years ago

Looks like that’s this hotel brands style.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yeah I saw the other ones and they’re a blight architecturally to the areas they’re in.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Plus the restaurant would never be the same, I doubt Perricones could retain most of their staff while this box is being built and banyan trees and hanging lightblubs make it what it is.

Anonymous
3 years ago

zero imagination….any architect thats creative would jump at the chance to incorporate the lush trees and landscaping to create a unique place to be in a sea of concrete

Anonymous
3 years ago

Like all the rectangular or square boxes built in Miami.
Any 12 yr old can design buildings like that. Although, it doesn’t surprise me

Downtowner
3 years ago

Rectangular and square boxes, you definitely speak like a 1 year architecture student

Anonymous
3 years ago

I really hope we’re not loosing Perricone’s to this ugliness.

A. Nonymous
3 years ago

CitizenMeh

Reality
3 years ago

Personally, I think this property should be deemed historic. And, BCC needs A/C.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hahahaha
What about the state of the Art aerodynamic ceiling?
It’s the humidity here.
Horribly disgusting

Anonymous
3 years ago

Omg!!! I’ve been saying this for 2 years!! BCC NEEDS AC!!! Let’s get signatures and show them to the BCC owners

Anonymous
3 years ago

No, it doesn’t

marc
3 years ago

Nothing new here. Lush lot being turned in to a mass of stucco and glass with the sprinkle of palm trees.

Anonymouse
3 years ago

Total waste of space and effort.No imagination.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The land is too expensive for that building!!! But really, Who designed this?!?!

M.B.
3 years ago

Geez, how did this make it through the approval process. Whatever Miami Dade planning Authority is asleep at the wheel.. SMH..

Anonymous
3 years ago

I want a Pokémon drowning on one of the building walls!!!!!?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Drawing!!! Oops!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Perricones!! Going to frequent there as much as possible going to miss those trees (as weird as that sounds)

Anonymous
3 years ago

As I have warned before, drastic measures will be taken if Perricone’s is not in the new hotel.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Are you saying you have the power to do something?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Probably not.. lol keyboard tough guy

Anonymous
3 years ago

What is Miami’s fascination with pictures on buildings? If it isn’t ads, which at least are changeable, it is silly so-called art like this. Nothing goes out of date faster than pictures with people in them. Maybe use a different color for the glass but have all the sides have windows that match those on the same level.

No comment on Perricone’s. I am hoping the owners made enough money on the sale of the property to retire in a wonderful comfort.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Pictures and paintings on buildings is mainly an Hispanic thing, us Gringos wouldn’t understand.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Completely agree, I am reminded of this every morning when I leave my condo and I have to look at the child like finger painting of SLS Brickell.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Location, Location, Location.. hopefully Perricone’s signs a long-term lease.. to maintain some familiarity on that corner.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Large trees are what makes that corner and doubt Perricones could retain the same staff while this thing is being built.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Super graphics do not constitute architecture.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Replacing that beautiful park and trees with this ugly empty box ? …. this is a joke !!!!

suomynona
3 years ago

Goo. That thing is gross.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Looks like an overgrown Kitty lunch box

Gringo
3 years ago

Let’s hope that that’s an LED screen

GBA
3 years ago

The proposed new hotel reminds me of the Riverside Hotel – the one next to Fort Dallas Park. I think that style is making a comeback.

Downtowner
3 years ago

Hideous

Anonymous
3 years ago

Why?

Anonymous
3 years ago

sooo sad!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

It’s the evolution of downtown .

Anonymous
3 years ago

I don’t need to make a post about what has already been said, but… GOD LORD THIS SUCKS!

Downtowner
3 years ago

the shinny window, lol

Anonymous
3 years ago

Citizen “we can develop ourselves” M

They over paid.

At least 1040 S Miami Ave remains.