Zyscovich Architects designs Aloft Hotel at Aventura ParkSquare

Miami-based Integra Investments announced that Aloft Hotel, part of W Hotels, will serve as the hotel component at Aventura ParkSquare.

Developed by an affiliate of Norwich Partners and designed by Zyscovich Architects, Aloft Hotel at Aventura ParkSquare will have 207 rooms with a modern design to complement the project. It will also have Aloft’s W XYZ Bar and an oversized pool deck. The property is scheduled to open in Spring 2017.

Norwich Partners is also developing the planned AC Hotel by Marriott in Aventura, located directly across the street from Aventura ParkSquare on Northeast 207th Street.

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Aventura ParkSquare is the first project of its kind in South Florida with wellness as the cornerstone of its design. The nearly 7.5-acre mixed-use development has extra-wide sidewalks; open staircases that support less use of elevators; and the elimination of curbs for greater accessibility.

In addition to Aloft, Aventura ParkSquare will have 55,000 square feet of retail space complete with boutiques, dining and restaurants with outdoor seating, 131-unit luxury condo tower, 100,000-square-foot Class A office building with outdoor event space, and a 45,000-square-foot wellness medical center.

Aventura ParkSquare will be located on the corner of 2900 Waterways Boulevard and Northeast 207th Street. The project is slated for completion in early 2017. 

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