North Beach

Conceptual Model Of Related Companies’ Equinox-Branded Development Designed By Frank Gehry Unveiled For Former Deauville Hotel Site

On July 20th, this past Wednesday, the Miami Beach City Commission voted 5-1 to move forward with the redevelopment plans of the former Deauville Beach Resort site at 6701 Collins Avenue in North Beach, Miami Beach. New York’s Related Companies, the development firm behind Hudson Hards and Deutsche Bank Center led by Stephen Ross, is leading the redevelopment of the property and has released the first glimpse of the proposed project designed by legendary expressionist architect Frank Gehry with a conceptual model unit presented at the commission meeting. The mixed-use project is to be Equinox-branded, and would comprise a 175-key high-end hotel and 150 luxury condominiums spread across two towers. Miami Beach residents are up next to vote on the fate of this project, and will be asked to approve zoning changes for increased height and density on November 8, 2022. 

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European-Styled Monaco Yacht Club And Residences Gets TCO, Begins Closings In Miami Beach

The Monaco Yacht Club & Residences, a new nautically-themed, 12-story  boutique bayfront residential building and private marina, has received its temporary certificate of occupancy (TCO), signaling the start of closings. The 137-foot-tall development is located at 6800 Indian Creek Drive in the North Beach section of Miami Beach, bound by Biscayne Bay on the west. Designed by world-renown architect Arquitectonica and developed by Optimum Asset Management USA, the European-style property yields just 39 luxurious waterfront residences delivered filly finished with curated interiors by esteemed architect Piero Lissoni. Sales and marketing is being handled by Fortune International Sales, with units priced from $1.1 million.

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An Updated Design Is Revealed For Town Center Gateway At 666 71st Street In North Beach, Miami Beach

An application has been filed requesting modifications to a previously approved design review approval for the construction of Town Center Gateway, a new 13-story mixed-use building planned for 666 71st Street in North Beach, Miami Beach. The developer is specifically requesting to add an additional parcel of land to the assemblage, make changes to the design on all elevations and rearrange the layouts of the floor plans. Built Form Architecture is listed as the architect for developer Nobe Creek LLC, an entity mostly owned by the Galbut Family. The development would yield 159,868 square feet of new construction including 126 residential units, 9,500 square feet of commercial space and 40 parking vehicle spaces.

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72nd & Park Proposed As A 21-Story Mixed-Use Building In North Beach, Miami Beach

Final plans have been submitted to the Design Review Board of the City of Miami Beach for 72nd & Park, a 21-story mixed-use building proposed to rise 233-feet in North Beach. Designed by Arquitectonica with Built Form as the architect of record and developed by KGTC LLC, the development is projected to yield 239,997 square feet of space including 270 residential units, of which 121 are microunits, over 40,000 square feet of amenities, 17,211 square feet of retail space and 326 parking spaces. The property is primarily addressed as 7145 Carlyle Avenue fronting North Shore Park along 72nd Street.

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7300 Trouville Esplanade. Designed by Gaviria Architects.

5-Unit Luxury Townhome Development Submitted To Design Review Board In Miami Beach

A new application has been filed with the Design Review Committee of Miami Beach for a four-story residential townhome development at 7300 Trouville Esplanade. Designed by Jose A. Gaviria of Gaviria Architects for property owner Pampa Sunbelt 1 LLC, the project is located on Normandy Isles in North Beach, along the waterway shared with Normandy Shores. Plans call for the demolition of a single-story home and the construction of 5 luxury units rising approximately 50-feet on a 10,524-square-foot interior lot bound by Calais Drive to the south. The five townomes are projected to yield a combined 13,069 square feet of residential space.

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