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Old Posted Oct 11, 2022, 2:13 AM
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE | Sunbeam Properties Megadevelopment | 650 - 240 FT | FLOORS

North Bay Village commissioners to decide fate of Sunbeam’s multi-tower project
https://therealdeal.com/miami/2022/1...tower-project/

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Sunbeam is seeking an increase in building height to up to 450 feet tall — from 240 feet that’s currently allowed — for the properties south of the 79th Street Causeway; and the ability to build up to 650 feet tall on properties in two areas north of the causeway, where zoning allows for 340-foot-tall structures. That could equate to 65-story towers.
Sherry Abramson, a planning and zoning board member, said the proposed height increase is “outrageous.” North Bay Village is a small two-island town that’s east of the mainland and west of Normandy Isle.

The developer is proposing: nearly 2,000 residential units with fewer than 100 workforce housing apartments; a 300-key, 112,500-square-foot hotel component; 870,000 square feet of office and retail space; about 5,000 parking spaces, and open space. It could relocate WSVN’s studios to the project.

Sunbeam would seek its first building permit within two years of securing approvals, and would have the first two phases completed and open within 10 years, according to the proposal. The first and second phases are at the western entrance to North Bay Village, north and south of the causeway.



The 18 towers though a bit crazy.
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Those 18 towers are lined up in a row like that would look pretty damn cool though.
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Victory in North Bay Village for billionaire Ansin family’s Sunbeam Properties
https://therealdeal.com/miami/2022/1...=feature_posts



Approved despite some residents complaining.


^ Via the North Bay Village facebook.

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Despite residents’ opposition to the height increases, North Bay Village commissioners voted in favor of three ordinances, on second reading after midnight Tuesday. The ordinances allow the developer to build up to 650 feet high, which could be as tall as 65 stories, on the waterfront properties in Sunbeam’s Special Area Plan (SAP). North Bay Village is sandwiched between mainland Miami and Miami Beach. The first ordinance amends Sunbeam’s special area plan, changing the zoning within the SAP to T6-30 from T6-24. The second ordinance approves the conceptual site plan for the mixed-use project, and the third ordinance OK’s the developer agreement between the village and developer.
https://www.bizjournals.com/southflo...-approval.html

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Well....thats something. Hopefully it actually will look like that.
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What a weird spot for it.
It would go here by the way, miles from any buildings even over 300 feet: https://www.google.com/maps/place/14...!4d-80.1550692
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