Developers plan mixed-use hotel near Wynwood Walls

72-key, five-story hotel set to open in 2020

TRD MIAMI /
Oct.October 08, 2018 11:30 AM

Renderings of 111 Wynwood

Another development group has filed plans for a mixed-use hotel in Wynwood near the popular Wynwood Walls.

111 Wynwood LLC filed plans for a five-story, 72-key hotel at 111 Northwest 26th Street. Developers Eduardo Vargas and Andres Hogg plan to break ground on the 50,000-square-foot project early next year and open in 2020, Vargas said.

Alain Bartroli is the architect of record, and Richter Dahl Rocha is designing the facade. The construction cost is expected to total about $8 million, Vargas added.

It will also have a mix of retail and restaurant space on the ground floor, co-working space, and a rooftop pool, bar and restaurant. Hotel amenities will include rooms with smart features and kitchenettes, valet parking and laundry services.

At least four hotels have been proposed in Wynwood recently now that the neighborhood is undergoing significant multifamily and retail redevelopment. In September, two hotel projects submitted permits with the city’s building department: Philip Levine and Scott Robins are planning a 90-key hotel with 92 apartments at 35 Northwest 27th Street, and Alex Karakhanian and Wynwood Investment Partners are planning a 12-story, 125-room hotel with office and retail at 51 Northwest 29th Street. 

Last year, a company controlled by Miami Beach broker Robert Ziehm also filed for a building permit for an eight-story, 95-room hotel at 51 and 45 Northwest 28th Street.


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