Morris Lapidus

Nautilus South Beach Hotel Listed For Sale

Nautilus South Beach on Collins Ave

Nautilus South Beach on Collins Ave

The Nautilus South Beach is listed for sale and  could fetch up to $180 million, according to The Real Deal.

Built in 1950 in the style of Miami Modern (MiMo), the Nautilus Hotel was designed by famed architect Morris Lapidus. In 1985, the named was changed to Riande Continental Hotel under new ownership. 

The current owner, Quadrum Global, purchased the property in April 2011 for $61 million where it underwent extensive renovation and converted the name back to Nautilus Hotel.

Revised Lincoln Road Plans

Lincoln Road Rendering

In April 2015, it was revealed that the City of Miami Beach contacted James Corner Field Ops - the same firm behind New York's High Line - to make changes to Lincoln Road. Those changes have finally arrived. 

The complete renderings can be seen at Curbed Miami.

Changes To Lincoln Road?

Lincoln Road with Downtown Miami in Distance

The City of Miami Beach has contracted James Corner Field Operations, the firm behind New York's High Line to make changes to Lincoln Road, according to The Miami New Times. 

The firm plans to maintain the history of the Morris Lapidus designed mall, but update it with recommendations from current business owners.

The James Corner Field Operations will have a master plan by August or September with construction beginning in 2016.

One Flagler 50 Percent Sold

Over 50 percent of the office condos in One Flagler have sold, according to the Real Deal.

Newgard Development Group has put $10 million is renovations into the building since converting it at the end of 2014.

The building was built in 1952 by famed architect Morris Lapidus, who also designed the Fountainebleau Hotel on Miami Beach. 

The renovations are currently 80 percent complete.