A New Tower for the Deauville Beach ResortNovember 7, 2012
Curbed has announced that the Deauville Beach Resort, the popular Miami resort that hosted the Beatles and other prominent personalities has asked permission to construct a new tower up to 21-storey high. The owners of the resort have asked for a discussion with Miami’s Historic Preservation Board regarding this concern in their November 20th gathering. If the construction is approved, the tower will rise above the resort hotel’s pool area and current ballroom.
This plan is seen as a great move for the resort. Deauville Beach Resort has risen to the top and has earned the reputation as being America’s favorite playground because of its luxurious amenities that leave each guests feeling satisfied. A Grande-Dame hotel, Deauville Beach Resort has been the center of glamorous 60’s lifestyle in the Miami Beach area. This local landmark is situated in the heart of Miami Beach offering spectacular beaches stretching up to 700 feet. A full-service resort hotel, it comes with exceptional amenities and services making it an ideal choice for vacations, events, and business trips.
The construction of the new tower means that Deauville Beach Resort is willing to take things a notch higher from the rest of the competitions. With the new tower, Deauville Beach Resort will also likely see an increase in the number of hotel guests who want to experience luxurious and comfortable resort living unlike any other.
As indicated by Curbed, plan for a new residential type tower during the time when housing projects were booming was approved with the new proposal containing the modified original designs of Kobi Karp.
The building’s design was originally created in 1957 by Melvin Grossman, an architect. However in 2010, the building was close to being shut down after the city discovered that the building had over 100 fire code and building violations.