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7-Story Hotel Proposed In Miami Beach

Rendering of Cloud One Hotel in Miami Beach_Image Credit Arquitectonica 1170x435

On April 25, the Miami Beach’s Planning Board will take a look at the application for the 0.63-acre property located at 1509 and 1515 Washington Ave.

Currently, it consists of a thirteen-unit apartment complex constructed in 1948 and an 11,458-square-foot retail structure added in 1959. Playa Café, Charlotte Bakery, Cheese Burger Baby, and 123 Liquor are some of the recent tenants.

Current property owner Washington Gardens MB LLC has agreed to sell the development site to 1515 Washington Acquisition LLC, co-owned by Xaver Kriechbaum and Gavin Crescenzo of Aventura-based Keyah Real Estate Group, according to the application.

Under the proposal, the property would be developed with a 91,230-square-foot hotel featuring 238 rooms, a 5,677-square-foot restaurant on the ground floor, a pool deck with a small bar on the second floor, and a 3,525-square-foot restaurant on the top floor. There would be no parking on site.

According to the renderings, the property is labeled as a Cloud One Hotel, a European chain with one site in the United States right now, in New York City.


Source:  SFBJ

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