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Fontainebleau Miami Beach Reveals New Renderings Of NBWW-Designed Addition — PROFILE Miami

The Fontainebleau Miami Beach has revealed its proposed Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe-designed expansion across the street at 4360 Collins Ave, which is currently a surface parking lot.

Fontainebleau Miami Beach by NBWW
Fontainebleau Miami Beach by NBWW

Jeffrey Soffer’s Fontainebleau Miami Beach has revealed its proposed Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe-designed expansion across the street at 4360 Collins Ave, which is currently a surface parking lot. The buildings would be connected via a 90’-long pedestrian sky bridge that would cross West 44th Street. The addition would rise 5-stories and would feature convention space including two levels of ballrooms, a rooftop deck and three floors of parking offering 500 parking spaces. The parking lot to be developed at 4360 Collins Ave. was acquired by Soffer in 2005 for $15 million, the same year his family acquired the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel.

The Fontainebleau Miami Beach opened in 1954 and was designed by architect Morris Lapidus. The property spans more than 15 acres with 11 pools, a 40,000 SF spa, and 12 different restaurants and bars including Hakkasan and LIV Nightclub. The hotel is made up of four towers including the Chateau and Versailles towers with 846 hotel rooms as well as the Tresor and Sorrento towers with 748 condo-hotel units. It was acquired by Turnberry Associates for $325 million in 2005 before undergoing a $650 million gut-renovation.

Fontainebleau Miami Beach by NBWW
Fontainebleau Miami Beach by NBWW

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