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Florida & Gulf Coast   /   February 26, 2020

David Cohen
By: David Cohen

Grand Hyatt Selected as Flag for Miami Beach Convention Center Hotel

The development team behind Miami Beach’s new Convention Center hotel announced that the 800-room property will be operated by Hyatt under the luxury Grand Hyatt brand when it opens in 2023. The hotel development is being led by David Martin of Terra Group and Jackie Soffer of Turnberry.

Grand Hyatt Miami Beach will create a new hospitality option for visitors attending events at the adjacent Miami Beach Convention Center, which underwent a $600 million renovation that was completed last year. The hotel will become the second Grand Hyatt property in Florida, joining Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay.

“For years, Miami Beach has served as a global destination for arts, culture, shopping, dining and entertainment, but the City has lacked a true headquarters hotel for top-tier conventions and meetings,” said Martin and Soffer. “South Florida’s first Grand Hyatt hotel will maximize Miami Beach’s investment in its re-imagined Convention Center, while bridging the physical gap that exists between the Convention Center District and surrounding neighborhoods.”

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