CLIENT NEWS: Plans For New Whole Foods In South Beach Submitted To Review Board

November 30, 2023

A developer has filed plans with Miami Beach’s Design Review Board to build a large new Whole Foods market in South Beach. In a letter, a representative of the developer wrote that the plans were very similar to plans approved by the same board in 2015. The approval expires 18 months after issuance if a building permit hasn’t been issued, according to a copy of the approval order. The Whole Foods is proposed to occupy the ground floor of a[...]

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New Plan for Douglas Road Metrorail

December 7, 2016

US 1 project to rise at Douglas Road Metrorail Station A proposed mixed-use project on US 1 promising new office, retail and residential uses intends to take advantage of its location at the foot of a pedestrian overpass that connects to the Metrorail Douglas Road Station. Along with being transit oriented, Platform 3750 plans a mix of workforce housing and market-rate apartments. Platform 3750 LLC proposes to build on 2.1-acres at 3750 S Dixie Hwy. Miami’s Urban Development Review Board[...]

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Firm Recognized for Legal Excellence

November 22, 2016

BERCOW RADELL FERNANDEZ & LARKIN SELECTED FOR SEVENTH STRAIGHT YEAR AS ‘BEST LAW FIRM’ U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Releases 2017 “Best Law Firms” List (MIAMI) Nov. 21, 2016 – U.S. News & World Report/Best Lawyers has announced its 2017 “Best Law Firms” list and for the seventh straight year, Bercow Radell Fernandez & Larkin was ranked in the top tier in Miami for the land use and zoning specialty. The firm also placed in the second tier in Miami for environmental law. The[...]

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Firm Celebrates 20th Anniversary

November 15, 2016

BERCOW RADELL & FERNANDEZ CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY WITH ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEW NAME (MIAMI) Nov. 15, 2016 — Twenty years ago attorneys Jeffrey Bercow, Michael Radell and Ben Fernandez left a large Miami practice to set up shop specializing in land use, zoning and environmental law. Their timing couldn’t have been any better. Today, with 14 attorneys, Bercow Radell & Fernandez is one of Miami-Dade County’s go-to boutique firm for real estate developers, property owners and government entities seeking legal advice. The firm celebrated its 20th anniversary Nov. 14 at[...]

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Hialeah Warehouse District Moves Forward

November 6, 2016

Hialeah warehouse districts could transform into vibrant mixed-use communities Hialeah City Council approved regulations for two new urban communities The Hialeah City Council unanimously approved regulations for two new vibrant, mixed-use communities that would be erected around rail transit. PlusUrbia, the visionary studio behind Wynwood and the more recent MyCalle8, created a neighborhood plan to transform two large warehouse districts into walkable communities, which would develop around two Tri-Rail stops: Market Station (1200 Southeast 11th Avenue) and Transfer Station (1125 East[...]

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New Mixed-Use Project on S. Dixie Hwy

November 4, 2016

Developer submits plans for mixed-use project on US 1 in Coconut Grove Project will have a mix of workforce and market-rate housing, retail, office and public space   The private developer of a piece of county-owned land on South Dixie Highway in Coconut Grove has submitted plans for a mixed-use apartment project on the site. Platform 3750 LLC submitted plans for an eight- and five-story building with 192 workforce and market-rate apartments, 20,200 square feet of retail space, 30,070 square[...]

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