Pacific Star Capital Proposes 18-Story Tower for 3600 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida

A Denny’s in Miami could soon be demolished and make way for a high-rise mixed-use building. Our sources indicate that the 18-story tower would offer 175 apartments, ranging from one-bedroom to two-bedroom units.

There will also be seven penthouses. The South Florida Business Journal notes that homes would measure about 680 square feet to 2,290 square feet each. The 395,248-square-foot building would also host more than 12,000 square feet of amenities on the fifth floor, featuring a pool deck.

The venture could measure 18 stories.

The unnamed complex would also have 26,386 square feet of retail space, including a ground floor grocery store. Pacific Star Capital is the developer. Right now, it’s seeking various approval waivers from the City of Miami, with waivers pertaining to the parking deck and other features.

Pacific Star Capital purchased the Denny’s on the 1.17-acre site for $24 million in 2022. Denny’s Realty LLC was the seller. Attorney Edward Martos is representing the developer’s application. Alfonso Jurado Architecture is the architect.

The tower would replace this Denny’s.

Conceptual renderings show a high-rise building overlooking a major roadway. The 18-story tower could soon get approval for 3600 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, 33137, in Miami-Dade County.

The community would be south of Interstate 195 and offer easy access to the nearby Design District.

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