Loews Miami Beach undergoes renovations

Rockville, Md. – Jonathan Nehmer + Associates (JN+A) has announced its selection to provide project management services for the guestroom renovation project at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel in Miami, Florida.

The Loews Miami Beach Hotel is currently undergoing a $50 million renovation. JN+A is overseeing the transformation of the hotels’ 790 guestrooms, guest baths, and guestroom corridors. The project is expected to be complete by the end of the year.

Jonathan Nehmer + Associates, Inc. (JN+A), founded by Jonathan C. Nehmer, AIA in 1989, is an Architecture, Interior Design, and Construction Project Management firm. Based in Rockville, Maryland, JN+A specializes in design for the hospitality industry. The firm’s portfolio of hotel and resort destinations includes projects throughout the United States and many international locations, including Asia, Europe, the Caribbean, Australia, South America, Mexico, and Canada. The experienced staff of licensed Architects, Interior Designers, and Owner’s Representatives coordinates the entire design and construction process from concept to completion for new build, renovation, repositioning, and historic restoration projects.
 

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