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Miami Beach getting a 100-room Hyatt hotel

Preservation board OKs partial demolition of apartment complex

September 19, 2013 04:00PM

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Rendering of Hyatt hotel at 1600 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach

A new, 100-room Hyatt hotel is heading to Miami Beach. The city’s Historic Preservation Board signed off on a plan to tear down the rear of the Tropical Gardens apartment building at 1600 Collins Avenue. The front part of the building, however, is expected to remain intact.

Construction is beginning soon on the 10-story structure, which architect Kobi Karp designed.

The owners of a nearby hotel called Berkeley Shores pitched a similar demolition plan. The Historic Preservation Board passed on it twice. The architect, ADD Inc., is working on a revised design to propose to the board in November. [exMiami]Mark Maurer

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