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MIAMI BEACH | Equinox Towers | 6701 Collins Avenue | FT | 375 + 375 FT (Frank Gehry)








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Here is a massing illustration for the proposed development of the Deauville. Ross says the towers wouldn't be as rectangular, knowing Frank Gehry. One building will be condo, other will be hotel and beach club (a 5-star Equinox hotel, Ross says.)


"It’ll be like two towers and a park." Stephen Ross presents first site plans for the proposed development at 6701 Collins Ave. He is proposing two towers and a landscaped area in between them. Architect Frank Gehry is on board for project.
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First Concept Model Of Frank Gehry’s Equinox Towers Released As Miami Beach Votes To Advance Project



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Miami Beach commissioners voted yesterday to advance a proposal by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and architect Frank Gehry to replace the Deauville Resort in Miami Beach with twin condo and hotel towers.

The first conceptual model of the towers has also been released by Gehry.

Ross, who grew up in the area and went on to found Related Companies and become one of the most successful developers in the U.S., said the project would be transformational for the neighborhood.

“As someone who grew up in North Beach, this project holds a special place in my heart,” said Ross.

According to the developer, the project will include a “six star” hotel with 175 rooms, along with 150 condos.

The hotel is planned to have the Equinox name, according to previous reports.

There will also be public benefits including money for a community facility, initial funding for the establishment of a housing relief fund, public beach access, funding for arts education in the area, and an agreement with the local hotel workers union UNITE HERE Local 355.

The project is also estimated to generate $6 million annually to the North Beach Community Redevelopment Association, and produce approximately $3 million in resort tax per year to the City of Miami Beach, the developer said.

With yesterday’s positive commission vote, the plans will now be put to voters in a referendum scheduled for November.

Demolition is already underway at the Deauville, which has been declared unsafe.
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This is going into the election. Mark your calendars for November 8th, 2022.

Gehry tends to have fantastic designs. This should be a win for Miami Beach. And it's not totally out of scale. If 500 Alton can rise, this is bound to assuming no catastrophic resistance.
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First Renderings Released Of Frank Gehry’s Twin-Towers Planned To Replace Deauville In Miami Beach





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Renderings of a Frank Gehry-designed twin-tower project at the Deauville property in Miami Beach have been released for the first time.

The renderings were released on a website asking Miami Beach residents to support a November 8 voter referendum to allow increased density at the site.

According to the Herald, there would be two towers, including a 125-unit residential tower and 175-unit hotel.

The tallest tower height would be 375 feet, if approved.

Previous reports have said that the hotel would have the Equinox name.

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross’ Related Companies is the developer. Ross grew up nearby.

A related affiliate has spent over $1 million to promote a yes vote on the ballot question to voters, the Herald reported.
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