Washington Squared Has Topped Off, Will Include 312 Micro Hotel Rooms

In South Beach, the Washington Squared project is now topped off at seven stories.

The project will include 46,849 square feet of ground floor retail.

On the second floor, a parking garage will have 258 spaces.

A rooftop pool will be located on the third level, along with several bars and a restaurant/cafe.

Most of the hotel rooms will be micro sized, between 182 and 190 square feet, with the largest being 250 square feet.

Morris Adjmi Architects designed the project, with Miami’s NBWW the architect of record.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Great, now open the sidewalk. Put up some scaffolding like they do in NYC.

Jim
2 years ago

95 Northbound

Anonymous
2 years ago

Last rendering of finished project is beautiful.. Great project for South Beach and Washington Ave.

Anonymous
2 years ago

HUH? Beautiful? Looks like a white box with prison cubes.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Micro hotel with same room rates as a full room that will suck… now if they are around $70-80 a night that makes sense…but I can bet I can find full rooms for less in Miami Beach an that’s where I scratch my head when it comes to a micro hotel..

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes, micro hotel units are horrible for tourists. They will charge same rates as “full-sized” rooms and show pictures that mask the smallness. When they arrive they will be disappointed.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yea I thought the idea was to basically have half the size half the price.. all I see is half the size same price that’s mind boggling

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s a business, not a charity.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You’re right. Plus people should also realize that this is a brand new building and being so, there is no way they’re going to give anyone half the price of a room in a hotel that’s 30, 40, or 50 years old even if the rooms are twice as large.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah – like online dating… always surprised at the size when you see it in person – never looks as big as it did in the photo!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice architecture, but terrible massing. Maybe if it was much taller, but at such a low height, it should have been broken up into a few towers.