The Miramar Santa Monica is located on a site prominent both for its location, where Wilshire Boulevard meets the Pacific Ocean, and its central place in Santa Monica’s rich cultural history for more than 100 years. Our plan will reestablish the new Miramar Santa Monica as a world-class destination ensuring a beloved community asset for the next 100+ years.

When complete, the redeveloped Miramar will be a new centerpiece for Downtown Santa Monica. It features the preservation of two local Landmarks and the addition of magnificent new open spaces encouraging pedestrian activity to and through the site. It celebrates the site’s rich history while incorporating bold, contemporary architecture, sustainability, and stunning landscape design.

“The Miramar Hotel has been an integral part of the Santa Monica community for 100 years. With that in mind, we have designed the new Miramar Santa Monica with the goal of embracing the local community. While the new buildings are magnificent, and reflect the energy and ethos of Santa Monica, we have endeavored to ensure that the outdoor spaces and human experiences at the pedestrian level are equally extraordinary and make a meaningful contribution to the urban fabric of the immediate neighborhood. The new Miramar will be a spectacular addition to Downtown, ensuring a beloved community asset for the next 100 years”
– Cesar and Rafael Pelli, Pelli Clarke & Partners

In June of 2019, Cesar Pelli passed away at the age of 92. We are honored to have had his vision and input on the design of the new Miramar Santa Monica. Visit Memorial

The New Miramar Santa Monica from Wilshire Boulevard and Second Street
The New Miramar Santa Monica from Ocean Avenue
The Landmark Palisades Building
The Historic Moreton Bay Fig Tree