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Fontainebleau Miami Beach to unveil all-new coastal convention center in Q4 2024

Coastal Convention Center
Coastal Convention Center, rendering.

Five-story, 45,000-square-foot meeting and events destination set to transform South Florida’s convention industry

MIAMI – Fontainebleau Miami Beach, South Florida’s iconic oceanfront luxury resort, will celebrate one of the most significant expansions in its seven-decade history with the opening of the all-new Coastal Convention Center in Q4 2024. Spanning five stories and 45,000 square feet, this state-of-the-art facility features a versatile, modern design to elevate customized business and leisure events – ranging from personal and intimate to grand, large-scale events – within Miami’s booming social and convention tourism industry.

Coastal Convention Center

3rd Floor Grand Stair, Seating Area, rendering.

Conceived by Fontainebleau Development and brought to life by Miami-based Nichols Architects, and interior design firm Jeffrey Beers International, the Coastal Convention Center blends elegance and modernity while paying homage to Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s rich brand heritage and the architectural legacy crafted by original architect Morris Lapidus. As Fontainebleau prepares to celebrate 70 years of timeless design and unmatched style this year, the Coastal Convention Center marks a new chapter for the storied resort, ushering in a new era of events on the beach.

“The Coastal Convention Center will be a jewel in the crown of Fontainebleau Miami Beach and also this city’s social and tourism sector – a new, magnificent home for business and leisure events along the oceanfront,” says Fontainebleau Development Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Soffer. “This is the next evolution of our brand, further solidifying our role as a global hospitality leader, and we look forward to showing guests the world-class features and unparalleled service that are synonymous with the name Fontainebleau.”

The interior of the Coastal Convention Center reflects Fontainebleau’s legacy of luxury, with decorative art and murals by Kevin Barry Art Advisory and Jean-Paul Philippe throughout. The Coastal Convention Center will feature a 16,500-square-foot divisible ballroom with an outdoor terrace; a 9,500-square-foot junior ballroom; 15 total meeting rooms; and 15,000-square-foot of pre-function space. Standout features include a grand staircase that pays homage to Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s “Stairway to Nowhere;” floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe meeting rooms in
natural light; outdoor, street-level meeting space; LED walls and wayfinders; and a 7,000-square-foot, flexible Tides Rooftop Terrace with scenic ocean views.

Coastal Convention Center

4th Floor Grand Ballroom “Pearl”, rendering.

With sustainability a top priority, the Coastal Convention Center is being constructed to meet LEED certification standards, including features such as insulated glass to control internal temperatures and reduce energy use, and a rainwater collection and recycling system to increase water efficiency.

Coastal Convention Center

3rd Floor Meeting Rooms Anchor, rendering.

The Coastal Convention Center is conveniently located just 12 miles from Miami International Airport and 28 miles from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and is connected to Fontainebleau Miami Beach by a one-of-a-kind pedestrian bridge – the only skybridge over Collins Avenue – that links to the hotel’s famed Trésor Tower.

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She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.