Parking lot between 43rd and 44th Streets and Collins Avenue and Indian Creek Drive, FL
While the parking lot is owned by the Fontainebleau, it is across the street from the hotel which is why the zoning amendment is required. If the location of the structure were on the same property, the amendment would not be needed. A proposed pedestrian bridge connecting the new structure to the main Fontainebleau campus will also require Commission approval.
The Fontainebleau, he said, has 59 sq. ft. of ballroom and meeting room space per hotel room key while its competitors, including the Trump Doral, Ritz Naples, and PGA National resorts, have 96 to 112 sq. ft. of ballroom and meeting space per room key.
Along with a parking garage, the five-story structure would include a grand ballroom, junior ballroom, meeting rooms, and a small rooftop area to be used primarily as a pre-function space. The application seeks setback variances for the structure, setback variances for the pedestrian bridge, and parking variances. The proposed pedestrian bridge is 90 feet long, 13 feet tall and would stand 40 feet above the street.
The architect is Don Wolfe, Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates.
It got approved from the second try. If built, the amount of ballroom and meeting space per room key would increase from 59 sq. ft. to 80.
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