February 27, 2015

Miami-Dade

Deco District Renovations

Spurred by strong tourism numbers, hospitality companies have been purchasing and renovating South Beach hotels at a furious pace during the past two years.

Deco District Renovations

14) National Hotel
1677 Collins Ave.
Renovation: Total unknown; updated rooms in historic tower, partial demolition and restoration of tower
Notable: New 205-foot-long infinity pool is Miami Beach’s longest

15) Gale South Beach & Regent Hotel
1690 Collins Ave.
Renovation: $35 million

16) The Delano
1685 Collins Ave.
Renovation: $11 million
Notable: The hotel is now for sale

17) SLS Hotel South Beach
1701 Collins Ave.
Renovation: $85 million

18) Surfcomber Miami, South Beach
1771 Collins Ave.
Renovation: Total unknown; complete interior renovation

19) Hotel Lorenzo South Beach
1776 Collins Ave.
Renovation: $14.5 million

20) Shelborne South Beach
1801 Collins Ave.
Renovation: $20 million

 

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