Mandarin Oriental to Build Hotel, Residences in Brickell Key, Miami

Mandarin Oriental has announced an agreement to manage a new Mandarin Oriental hotel and branded residences in Brickell Key, Miami. The new Mandarin Oriental, Miami and The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Miami are set to open in 2030. The project is being developed by Swire Properties, Mandarin Oriental’s joint-venture partner at the existing Mandarin Oriental, Miami, and will form part of the One Island Drive development, consisting of two towers connected by an amenity podium.

Located on a three-and-a-half-acre waterfront site along the southwest portion of Brickell Key, a 44-acre island developed by Swire, the project will occupy a prime spot in Miami.

The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Miami_Pool
The Residences will be designed by Parisian designer Tristan Auer (The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Miami)

The new hotel will house 151 guestrooms including 60 suites, as well as 61 private Residences and 28 hotel Residences, all offering ocean and city views. Kohn Pederson Fox will design the exterior architecture and Parisian designer Laura Gonzales will create the hotel interiors. Thai firm Shma will lead the landscape architecture throughout the property. Facilities include a range of restaurants and bars, flexible meeting and event space, and a signature spa.

Adjacent to the hotel, a stand-alone tower will house 220 Residences at Mandarin Oriental, comprising two- to four-bedroom accommodations and two exclusive penthouses. The Residences will be designed by Parisian designer Tristan Auer and all residences will be managed by Mandarin Oriental.

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