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In 2020, OD Miami is going to become the chain’s first hotel outside Spain and, just as it has done with its other hotels, while preserving its heritage, it is going to transform the emblematic Dade-Commonwealth building into a five-star boutique hotel with 169 rooms. The result is going to be the new OD in Miami. This well-known building designed by Martin L. Hampton in 1925 was once, during the year when it was being built, the tallest building in the city. After the infamous hurricane that lashed Miami in 1926, its structure was badly damaged. It was the stock market crash of ’29, however, that ended its splendour. After that, it became the property of a bank that decided to reduce its height to seven floors and sell off the steel of the last 10.
Now, its current surface area measuring 4,000 m2 on seven floors will be extended to 10,000 m2 on 17 floors, in a project to recover the original historical sense that was carried out by the American architect, R.J. Heisenbottle. The architect, Charles Benson, is going to develop the project to build the hotel. The neoclassical façade, with great historical value for Miami, is going to be restored to give Hotel OD Miami an impressive appearance and emphasise the building’s legendary image.
One curious fact about Hotel OD Miami is that the lower floor containing the 32-ton stainless steel safe is going to be preserved and that is where the hotel’s nightclub will be built.Read more CloseMiami