You’ll Be Able To Watch Planes Landing & Taking Off From The Rooftop Deck Of This New Arquitectonica-Designed Hotel Near The Airport

There’s a new hotel with a rooftop deck planned near Miami International Airport that will have views of airplanes departing and landing.

The hotel is proposed in the Palmer Lake area, across from Miami International Airport’s Intermodal Center. It is actually a few blocks away from MIA, so there won’t be a runway view.

A letter from the attorney says that restaurant space on the rooftop deck and ground floor will be open to the community.

Plans show a VIP lounge on level 10, with indoor and outdoor space.

Two 10-story buildings are proposed to be connected by a four-story podium. On top of the podium will be amenity space, including a pool and yoga lawn.

Each tower will have a different hotel flag.

In total, 439 keys are planned, with 247 in one tower and 192 in the second.

There will also be 219 parking spaces, well above the 91 required by zoning.

AG Miami Palmer Lake LLC is the developer. Documents state that The Abraham Group is the developer.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

 

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Anonymous
11 months ago

Glad to see development coming along the MIA metrorail station, that area also has alot of empty lots.

Anonymous
11 months ago

This entire area will have hotels, and hopefully some office one day. There are some interesting master plan documents of the area.

Anonymous
11 months ago

woah where are they at, other than those soccer stadium renderings

Anonymous
11 months ago

search google “palmer lake Miami master plan”, the top links at the Miami dade gov website 🙂

Shawn Kouri
11 months ago

Wowwww

Shawn Kouri
11 months ago

Build this thing

Anonymous
11 months ago

Can’t agree more. The North River area and NW 36 Street from Le Jeune to 27th Avenue and 27th avenue to 836. Can be soooo much more. Hotels, mid size condo towers, Retails etc. This is the central of our city. Steps from MIA and gateways to Downtown and Design District etc. Fingers crossed the stadium will be built as well as the retail component.

Anonymous
11 months ago

I’ve long thought the stadium should be built north of the river in the Bertram boat yards rather than Melreese. This hotel plus Mas’ plans could develop a nice district.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Way to go Architectonica. Glad to see you are still in the game

Anonymous
11 months ago

These guys are still presenting the same curvy designs that we’ve been seeing from them for years and it’s really gotten stale.

Anonymous
11 months ago

i know so boring and predictable. ugh.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Curves are always good, but boxes with jagged balconies? SAD!

Anonymous
11 months ago

The cantilever on the pool deck is SEXY

Anonymous
11 months ago

puff puff.

Anonymous
11 months ago

now pass…..

iFlyMIA
11 months ago

We need more spotting locations around MIA.

Anonymous
11 months ago

lots of sidewalk traffic in the renderings.

Anonymous
11 months ago

if the stadium gets built with the proposed offices around it, those side walks could be full.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Game changer

Anonymous
11 months ago

What game is changing? Plane spotting?

Anonymous
11 months ago

I just realized that this project and the Royal Caribbean Headquarters that was posted today has similar design elements… Who is copying who??

Anonymous
11 months ago

I want to stay here

Anonymous
11 months ago

pretty dumb. how will anyone chat?

POLO
11 months ago

That location is a long way from the airport for an observation deck. You are better off driving around Miami, and looking up at the arriving, or departing airplanes all over the city.

Anonymous
11 months ago

no kidding. i just look out my window. so stupid. that’s like saying we need to build something to look at the moon.

Anonymous
11 months ago

NOW, YOUR COMMENT IS STUPID!!!!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Huuhhh???!!!! You don’t make any sense!!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Also, great views of an FP&L substation and maybe someday traffic backing up when Amtrak arrives because the low IQ, lowest bidder contractor forgot to measure the platform length.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Ew. Terrible design.

Anonymous
11 months ago

It is just blah…..

Anonymous
11 months ago

1ST TO POST

Anonymous
11 months ago

Boy, you’re really aching for some attention aren’t you?

Anonymous
11 months ago

Its some 13 year old kid thirsty of attention. smh

Anonymous
11 months ago

omg back up the minor.