Applications have been submitted to the Urban Development Review Board of Miami seeking approvals for Evvo House Miami Hotel, a 12-story mixed-use building to be located at 8001 Northeast Bayshore Court in the Upper East Side, Miami. The property’s interior lot faces Biscayne Bay to the east, bounded by the intersection between NE Bayshore Court. and NE 80st Street, also within close proximity to the John F. Kennedy Causeway along NE 79th Street that crosses over to Normandy Isles. 8001 Bayshore Group LLC, an affiliate company of Standard Partners LLC, is listed as the owner of the applications.
Plans call for a 186-foot-tall structure yielding 58,852 square feet of space, containing 81 hotel rooms, 236 square feet of commercial space, 5,887 square feet of open space and 44 parking spots. The building will sit on a prime parcel of land as it has up to 82-feet of frontage along Biscayne Bay with unobstructed views of Miami Beach. Setback 15-feet from the water, a bay-walk will run between the structure and bay while connecting to a pedestrian path that accesses Bayshore Court. The lodging units will range from as small as 371 square feet to as large as 1,292 square feet, and will be paired with several amenities such as a rooftop pool and landscaped deck, a waterfront-facing outdoor terrace, a hotel bar and kitchen a fitness center, and work/office space. The garage component will utilize a car elevator to transport vehicles to a stacked parked system on the 2nd floor.
The building is designed by RAD Architecture, a Miami-based design firm lead by Rafael Amuchástegui, and will feature interiors by LE LAB. Renderings depict a single structural volume likely made of reinforced concrete, with 1 setback on the 9th floor forming the outdoor terrace. The exterior facade uses a mix of material finishes such as white and grey smooth stucco along most of the perimeter walls and columns, polished granite stone cladding at the ground level, and painted aluminum panels in between the window forms. The parking structure is hidden by a thoughtfully designed art mural and aluminum louvers screen.
These are the firms and engineers involved in the proposal for Evvo House Miami Hotel: Solver Structural as the structural engineer; Camero & Associates Inc. listed as the civil engineer; R.P.J. Inc. is the MEP engineer; Diego Vanderbiest – RLA Landscape Architecture is responsible for landscaping; Greenberg Traurig is the land-use attorney.
Applications for Evvo House Miami Hotel are to be reviewed by the UDRB on June 16, 2021.