North Beach

Lefferts Secures Approval from Design Review Board for Second North Beach Residential Project

The New York-based real estate development firm Lefferts has secured approval from Miami Beach’s Design Review Board for 72B, a 20-story luxury condominium project. Planned for 600 72nd Street, just south of Surfside, the project, tentatively named 72B, is part of the firm’s initiative to contribute to the Miami Beach neighborhood. It will feature commercial spaces on the ground floor and has been designed by Arquitectonica. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing has been assigned exclusive sales and marketing for the project.

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Construction Tops Off On The 22-Story 72 Park Condominium Tower In Miami Beach

Construction has topped off on Lefferts’ 22-story luxury condominium tower 72 Park. The developer celebrated the topping off of the 220-foot-tall structure on Wednesday, September 13, which stands prominently at 580 72nd Street in Miami Beach. Designed by the renowned national architecture firm Built Form with interiors and landscapes by Urban Robots Associates, 72 Park will be the first new luxury tower on Miami Beach to permit short-term rentals, encompassing 206 units ranging from 470 to 1,177 square feet, as well as 10,000 square feet of prime, ground-floor retail space. Stiles Construction is the general contractor, and G&E Florida Contractors is the shell contractor, with completion slated for the Summer of 2024.

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Argentina-Based Developers Plan Multifamily Project in Miami Beach, Replacing Single Family Home

The owners of a 5,650-square-foot property located at 7921 Carlyle Avenue in Miami Beach’s North Beach neighborhood have proposed demolishing a 1940s single-family home to make way for a three-story multifamily development. Denbora Bay, LLC, a Lake Worth, Florida-based company led by a group of individuals from Buenos Aires, Argentina, is identified as the applicant in a recent project filing submitted to Miami Beach’s Design Review Board. Known as the Denbora Bay project, the development encompasses 6,996 square feet of space, featuring seven residential units and four parking spaces. Red Octopus LLC, an architecture and planning firm based in Weston, FL, led by Argentine architects Yanina Mauro and Walter Rua, represents the developers in the filing, with MUVE Architecture listed as the architect.

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Developers Seek Design Review Approval For Proposed 10-Story Mixed-Use Building At 6940 Abbott Avenue In Miami Beach

6940 North Beach LLC, a joint venture between entities controlled by Rainer Viete, Jose Boschetti, and Eduardo Otaola, has filed an application requesting design review approval to construct a new 10-story mixed-use building at 6940 Abbott Avenue, the site of a former BellSouth office and parking lot that is no longer in use in the North Beach section of Miami Beach. Designed by Arquitectonica with Biscayne Engineering as the land surveyor and civil engineer, the 130-foot-tall structure would yield 134,573 gross square feet of space, including 96-unit multi-family units, of which 21 would be co-living units, 2,192 square feet of ground floor retail, and 90 parking spaces. The property spans roughly 24,800 square feet and is bound by Byron Avenue to the west and Abbott Avenue to the east. Christopher Cawley Landscape Architecture is the landscape architect, and David Plummer & Associates is the traffic engineer

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First Look: Renderings Revealed For Related Companies’ Redevelopment Of The Deauville Beach Resort Property In Miami Beach

New renderings have been revealed for 6701 Collins Avenue, a two-towered mixed-use development currently in the planning stages and set to become the replacement of the former Deauville Beach Resort in North Beach, Miami Beach. Designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry of Gehry Partners, LLP and developed by New York’s Related Companies, the development firm behind the $25 billion Hudon Yards complex, the transformative project calls for two similarly designed towers rising as high as 375 feet and comprising a 175-key high-end hotel and a residential component with 150 luxury condominiums. The development gained approval from the Miami Beach City Commission in July, and will now be considered for approval by North Beach residents in the next referendum on November 8, in which Related has asked for zoning changes to increase height and density.

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