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

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
Anonymous

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
Anonymous

Looks like a giant pre-school lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

Cartoons from the 70’s.

suomynona
suomynona

Burn it with fire.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hopefully tree removal permits will be denied.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Absolute garbage!

Anonymous
Anonymous

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
marc

Looks like that’s this hotel brands style.

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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
Anonymous

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
Anonymous

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
Downtowner

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

CitizenMeh

Reality
Reality

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

No, it doesn’t

marc
marc

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

Anonymouse
Anonymouse

Total waste of space and effort.No imagination.

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

M.B.
M.B.

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

Drawing!!! Oops!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

Are you saying you have the power to do something?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Probably not.. lol keyboard tough guy

Anonymous
Anonymous

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
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

Super graphics do not constitute architecture.

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

suomynona
suomynona

Goo. That thing is gross.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks like an overgrown Kitty lunch box

Gringo
Gringo

Let’s hope that that’s an LED screen

GBA
GBA

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.

Anonymous
Anonymous

For a hotel it’s not that bad except for the art. Change the art and I think it will be ok.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Without the ambiance of the trees, it can never be okay.

Anonymous
Anonymous

First, people complain that MIAMI isn’t city enough, blah blah blah, then, they complain about a free filled building that does NOT BELONG IN BRICKELL ANYMORE!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Tree*

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Don’t you hate it when you’re trying to get your point across and then you misspell a word?!?!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Tree or No Tree… this Building is Horrible to say the least.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It matches the childish hideous multicolored walls of the SLS condo…..

This was designed when Architectonica was in kindergarten….

No space on the front to put a fat Botero sculpture…may be a fat kiddo from Botero too…

They will have 3 more Italian restaurants on the first floor, reaching the total sum of 100 Italian restaurants in Brickell…

It’s ugly because of Trump…..

Separate this from Brickell… send it back to the drawing board… it’s an illegal building……

It will be uglier if Architectonica would have done the dessing…..

Anonymous
Anonymous

I fail to see how Trump was relevant to this……….

Anonymous
Anonymous

I have a team of researchers trying to figure out this post.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Why couldn’t this be a building 25 stories tall of just 252 studio apartments?

Anonymous
Anonymous

That would suck. It should remain what it is, Perricone’s and trees. And if something has to be built up to the skies, it should be a nice office tower with retail in first floor.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Whatever man. How would you know it would “suck” if it’s not tried yet? Apparently the owner of this lot is concerned about making money and don’t care what people think should remain. You can cry a river and it won’t change a thing.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You people with this “tree fetish” kill me. The Everglades National Park has millions of trees and I bet none of you Bozos haven’t ever stepped one foot in it.

Go ahead, give this comment all the down votes you like until your computer crash, I could care less.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I go to the Everglades and I also like large trees in brickell.

marc
marc

So you care a little.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nah, you can do enough of that for me marc.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Pics of said rendering??

Anonymous
Anonymous

Click on the link and go to the second page.

anonymous rex
anonymous rex

rendering looks amazing