ADD Inc redesigns San Juan Hotel

Architectural and design firm ADD Inc, known for its hotel renovation projects in South Florida, announced that it is redesigning San Juan Hotel.  Located at 1680 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, the hotel is expected to be completed in early 2015.

Originally designed by architect Henry Hohauser in 1948, ADD Inc is redesigning the three-story, 76-room hotel’s guest rooms, public spaces ,and exteriors with a classic postwar modern style and nautical influences reminiscent of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, with warm woods, brass details, marble and touches of navy and burlap.

Meanwhile, the hotel’s guest rooms, public spaces and pool area will be refurbished creating a new, intimate boutique hotel experience.

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San Juan Hotel’s redesign by ADD Inc is part of the renovation of Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, which includes the overhaul of three other historic hotels.  The renovation along Collins Avenue in Miami Beach started with Shelborne South Beach and Gale South Beach & Regent Hotel.

ADD Inc is a hospitality expert in the South Beach market.  It has offices in Miami and Boston.

In South Florida, signature ADD Inc architectural projects include the Gale South Beach and Shelborne South Beach hotels; Paramount Bay with Kravitz Design; Jade Signature with Herzog & de Meuron; The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Miami Beach; Brickell Bayview Center Residential Tower; and the River Landing mixed use destination.

In Boston, ADD Inc’s signature projects include workplaces for Adobe, Fidelity, and iRobot; the Tree House residence hall for the Massachusetts College of Art and Design; and residential developments for Gerding Edlen, Archstone, and Related Beal.

San Juan Hotel (Photo via Google Street View)

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