13-story Apartment Building With Rooftop Restaurant Proposed In North Beach By Galbut & Partners

A development group that includes Crescent Heights founder Russell Galbut has resubmitted plans for a 13-story building in North Beach called Town Center Gateway.

Town Center Gateway will include:

  • 40 apartments
  • 70 co-living units
  • 79 parking spaces
  • 7,000 square feet of ground floor retail
  • A rooftop restaurant and bar

The project was previously approved last summer, but the developers have modified the plans and are scheduled for a new hearing before the Miami Beach Design Review Board on March 2.

The developers plan to build around a small 2-story building on the block that they don’t own, leaving a carve out in the new building’s design.

Built Form Architecture of Chicago is the architect.

 

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Azarius
4 months ago

This area is in major need of some revitalization and new projects are a start!

Robin Stan
4 months ago

Great Infill, this is what the metro area needs more of!

Anonymous
4 months ago

I’ll love to eat at a rooftop restaurant with the view of the beach.

Anonymous
4 months ago

What restaurant

Anonymous
4 months ago

Solid infill.

Lemon Pepper
4 months ago

Jeffrey Brackin is the partner not like the other snake galbut miami parters. Good energy when it’s Jeff and Russell if u know them this one gets built.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Great corner. Break ground on em Galbut!!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Has Galbutt finished in Miami anything lately

Long MIA
4 months ago

Yes.

Anonymous
4 months ago

1212 Lincoln… any idea when the citizen M hotel will go up there? Been long delayed….

Anonymous
4 months ago

Alton Rd

Anonymous
4 months ago

Yes and it’s really Jeff Brackin running the job who’s pretty relentless imo will get it done.

This is nothing for galbutts but it’s huge for that neighborhood.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Nice eye candy, but economically has too little FAR for the height. Cheers.

Anonymous
4 months ago

What does that mean

NYC Loves Miami
4 months ago

Ocean Terrace is rotting. What a shame. It’s been…ohhhhhhh almost 2 years since the deal with the city to build the park, hotel, condo and store front renovations. Lets see some action already!

Anonymous
4 months ago

I like it.

Wow 4 Nobe
3 months ago

Can’t believe something is finally happening. 71st street is going to be hot. So much will follow this. Heard some great things about the retail and rooftop!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why didn’t they acquire the whole block? A sign of cheap dealings?