A platting intake has been submitted by Resorts World Miami LLC and Miami-Dade County for the Monorail Transit Subdivision. The filing is in accordance with the proposal to connect Downtown Miami to Miami Beach via a monorail transit system crossing over via the MacArthur Causeway, which is currently in the development stages. The elevated trunkline would begin at Genting Group’s Herald Plaza development site, where Resorts World Miami is planned, and end at Washington Avenue and 5th Street in Miami Beach.
The Historic Preservation Board of the City of Miami Beach has approved the mixed-use Ocean Terrace redevelopment plans and streetscape master plan proposed by developer Ocean Terrace Holdings, led by Sandor Scher and Alex Blavatnik. Plans call for the construction of a 20-story residential tower with 75 units, an 11-story hotel with 127 rooms, and new retail and restaurant venues to be carefully unified with the renovated historic Broadmoor and Ocean Surf properties. Revuelta Architecture International is leading the design of the new construction with R.J. Heisenbottle Architects handling the preservation of the older structures.
The Design Review Board of Miami Beach will soon review proposals for a new multifamily residential tower. The building is proposed to rise 3-stories and nearly 40-feet-tall, addressed as 800 84th Street situated between Hawthorn Avenue to the west and Crespi Boulevard to the east in the Biscayne Point section of North Beach (Nobe). Four residences will be constructed, designed by Eduardo A. Pardo-Fernandez of CDS Architecture and Planning. A Delaware-based entity known as 6BM LLC is listed as the owner of the applications.
Renderings from DNB Design Group offer a first look at a new 4-story residential property at 6881 Indian Creek Drive in Atlantic Heights, Miami Beach. The building will comprise five 4-story townhomes, which will be approximately 3,000 square feet each and will feature a driveway, garage, private pool and rooftop deck. . The interior lot is a triangular-shaped piece of land bounded on the north by 69th Street, on the east by Byron Avenue, and on the west by Indian Creek Drive. The owner of the application is an entity known as 6881 Indian Creek Drive LLC.
New renderings and diagrams have been released via a Design Review Approval request for the proposal for 5333 Collins Avenue, a 17-story condominium tower planned to rise in Miami Beach. Designed by OMA New York with ODP Architecture & Designed listed as the architect of record and developed by Camilo Miguel Jr’s Mast Capital, the structure’s roofline should rise to 213-feet overlooking Indian Creek and the Atlantic Ocean, and yield 381,121 gross square feet including 246,906 square feet of residential space across 100 condo units, 183 parking spaces and nearly 23,000 square feet of amenities.