CLIENT NEWS: 2,350-Unit Redevelopment Of Miami Arena Site Moves Ahead With Tree & Dewatering Permits

May 28, 2024

Construction permitting for a massive new residential project at the former Miami Arena site continues to advance, with new permits being filed. In a sign that foundation work could soon begin, DERM records show that a Class V Dewatering Permit Application was filed for the site earlier this month. On May 10, a Tree Permit application was filed with Miami’s Building Department. Over 40 trees will be removed or relocated, while over 40 will be planted. Review isn’t yet underway.[...]

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South Beach property could become condo

October 18, 2017

South Beach property could be redeveloped into 10-story residential building A South Beach building just a block south of famed Lincoln Road could be redeveloped into a 10-story multifamily project. On Oct. 24, the city’s Planning Board will consider the application of 420 Lincoln Road Development LLC to redevelop the 16,200-square-foot lot at 1600 Washington Ave. It currently has a 15,430-square-foot retail building constructed in 1938. Two neighboring buildings are also owned by 420 Lincoln Road Development LLC, which is[...]

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Firm represents two clients for rezoning

October 12, 2017

Company owned by car dealer seeks rezoning in Little Havana A company majority-owned by Mario Murgado, the owner of Brickell Motors, wants to rezone a site just west of his dealership. Miami Automotive Retail and 701 Associates LLC want to rezone the 37,500-square-foot site at 704 S.W. 7th Ave. plus 712, 716, 720 and 734 S.W. 7th Street from T5-O to T6-8. This would increase its density from 60 to 140 units, although it’s not clear if the owner plans to build[...]

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Miami Beach preservation board greenlights demolition of Lincoln Road building

October 11, 2017

Renderings of the building at 947 Lincoln Road and 1657 Michigan Avenue If the city commission does not approve it next, the owner would have to revert the facade to the 1938 version A plan to redevelop a Lincoln Road property with a 1920s facade can move forward following a favorable vote by the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board. Real estate investor Leon Zwick’s 947 Lincoln Road Investments won 6-1 approval Tuesday for a “near total demolition” of the existing two-story[...]

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Developer Provides Public Beach Access in Planned Beach Condo

October 10, 2017

A Brazilian developer who angered Mid-Beach residents with plans for a 17-story oceanfront condominium has relented on one key bone of contention from neighbors across the street: a public beach access path running on the side of the property. But some residents still are still concerned about losing ocean views and sunlight afforded by the thin profile of the existing building. Developer Jose Isaac Peres, a billionaire who founded Brazilian shopping mall operator Multiplan, wants to tear down the 12-story Marlborough House at[...]

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New affordable housing is coming to the West Grove

October 4, 2017

New affordable housing is coming to the West Grove, after a major public-private partnership gained final approval from Miami city commissioners. Miami-Dade County is a partner with Platform 3750 LLC, which plans to build the mixed-use project on 2.1-acres at 3750 S Dixie Highway (US 1). The project will bring stores, offices and apartments to the neighborhood, and intends to take advantage of its location at the foot of a pedestrian overpass that connects to Metrorail’s Douglas Road Station. Besides[...]

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