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Two Hotels Sign On At Island Gardens, Site Work To Begin In February

Two Hotels Sign On At Island Gardens, Site Work To Begin In February

Site work at Island Gardens will begin in February after two hotel signed term sheets, according to Miami Today.

A representative for the developer said that utility work will begin immediately after the yacht show is hosted on the property in February, with foundation work a few months later. The foundation will be poured in fall of 2016, with completion estimated for late 2018.

The two hotel brands will be announced during Art Basel. There will be a four star and a five star hotel, in addition to residences, a shopping mall and restaurants.

According to a utility deal signed a few months ago, the project will include:

  • 150 residential units
  • 455 hotel rooms
  • 221,000 square feet of retail space
  • 136,140 square feet of restaurant space
  • 10,340 square feet of cocktail lounge
  • 13,8000 square feet of banquet hall
  • 50 marina slips

NBWW is the architect of record.

 

new marketing material:

At the heart of Biscayne Bay, between Miami’s Arts and Culture District and South Beach, Island Gardens is tailored to be the premier waterfront destination in the Americas. The Landmark will boast the only marina in North America designed exclusively to cater to super-yachts, two luxury hotels, hotel-serviced and branded living, luxury boutique retail and international waterfront dining options. Annual civic art programs water sculptures, and lush landscaping weave through the public promenade. The ability to berth super-yachts alongside customs, a helipad and a seaplane terminal, will establish Island Gardens as the only destination in Miami that can be accessed directly by air, land or sea.

 

new renderings:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Shangri-La and Westin

Anonymous
Anonymous

A new Chanel store also the one Craig Robins always wanted!

Anonymous
Anonymous

How long has this project been in the works?

Dany

Long time but is has been slowly mostly because of bureaucracy and legal issues :p

Danny
Danny

There’s a lot more time to go.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Does anyone know the heights of the scrapes?

cec
cec

The city is fortunate that the developer had the staying power. Several times the politicos wanted to wreck the project. I project that this complex will be completed and will be one of the best for Miami. The big yachts alone make it worthwhile project.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Once this project is finished, why go to South Beach? Stop here instead.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Gonna wreck havoc heading to south beach.

marc
marc

Not if you take the Baylink. 😉

Anonymous
Anonymous

you aint going anywhere then