Miami Historic Preservation Board Considers Hotel Proposal at 6747 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida

In 2019, Urbanica Management purchased a .98-acre site in Miami-Dade County for $40 million––the last vacant site in the area at the time. Now, nearly three years later, the organization hopes to move ahead with plans for a 16-story hotel.

The venture is under review from the Miami Historic Preservation Board. If approved, the multi-million-dollar venture could offer 160 units, ranging from 335 square feet to 529 square feet.

The venture’s currently being considered by city officials.

Three select suites measure between 1,194 square feet to 1,894 square feet, per the South Florida Business Journal. Amenities would include two pools: one on the ground floor and one on the fourth floor.

Plans also call for 5,314 square feet of restaurant space. The unnamed venture will comprise just over 93,000 square feet of new construction. This isn’t the first time Urbanica has proposed a hotel on the build site.

The build site, per Google Earth. Sources note that the building on the right was demolished.

In 2020, the organization got approval for an 11-story tower that would offer 209 rooms. It calls the new 160-room hotel “sleeker and more modern” than its previous design.

If approved, construction could take place at 6747 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, 33141, in Miami-Dade County.

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2 Comments on "Miami Historic Preservation Board Considers Hotel Proposal at 6747 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida"

  1. The building on the right is gone

    The Deauville was demolished and is now a vacant lot waiting for Florida’s new law voiding local historic districts

  2. Kenneth Cohen | April 28, 2023 at 4:19 pm | Reply

    google earth doesnt update too often

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