Midtown Miami Hotel

Midtown Miami, likely one of the largest urban infill development projects in the country, encompasses a 56-acre site formerly used by the Port of Miami as a storage facility for shipping containers. Identified by Zyscovich as a potential mixed-use district in an early plan for the City of Miami, the firm changed the zoning and land use, created two Special District Overlays and Design Guidelines to regulate building form, parking, open space, and uses organized around a hierarchy of different streets, and programmed the development to contain retail, commercial, entertainment and residential uses. The northeast portion of the site, known as the Entertainment Block, is planned as an intensely commercial zone and includes two office/ showroom buildings with ground floor retail, dining, and shopping that are separated by a one-acre park, as well as a condominium hotel with abundant corner uses and a community theater which will offer an array of cultural activities.


Miami, FL



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  • LOCATION : Miami, FL
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Midtown Miami Hotel