30-Story Arquitectonica-Designed Tower Proposed In North Bay Village

Plans for a 30-story tower designed by Arquitectonica have been submitted to Miami-Dade for review.

For now, the project is known by its address: 1755 JFK Causeway.

According to the application filed on August 4, 1755 JFK Causeway is planned to include:

  • 201 residential units
  • 52,818 square feet of office
  • 21,315 square feet of commercial
  • 408 parking spaces in a 5-story garage

The tower would top off at 340 feet.

An “Island Walk” open to the public is planned along the bay.

An affiliate of B Group is the developer.

The project is scheduled for a hearing by Miami-Dade’s Shoreline Review Committee.

 

 

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Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Finally NBV could be getting some new high rises.

Anonymous
1 month ago

A beautiful tower, on a corner with two sides facing the water. It has everything to be a sales success.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sorry, the renderings mislead me: it’s just a water-facing face.

Phins Up
1 month ago

Short enough to keep the sun clear over Shuckers.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Beautiful

YIMBY NIMBY...
1 month ago

RIP Shuckers…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another cluttered balcony clusterf**k from Arquitectonica.

Gregory Sandoval
1 month ago

North Bay Village is clinically dead. The south side of 79 th street is a moribund 70’s office building, a tiny grocery, 2 eateries, some crappy apartments, then a strip with a bar and a pizza joint. The Northside? No better. Sleepy old towers at the Bay, a gas station, a remote distant apartment block, a dead condo, a vacant lot. Then ONE bright spot, Shuckers, a nice restaurant under a small hotel. Then back to grungy apartments and a putrid Kobe Karp tower. So a new Arquitectonica building will change any of this? It will be like dropping a gold ring into a mud puddle.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Geez.. can the place change? Miami Beach once looked like this area or town and was really just overlooked… until the developers came in.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why did I know it was an Arquitectonica design even before I read the article???
So, I’m glad they are out of Brickell and downtown.

anon
1 month ago

Bay Village is the worst place in town to live. It’s not close to Miami, and not close to South Beach. It takes 20 minutes to get the highway. And there is nothing on that island. No grocery store, no restaurants, no bars – you have to drive absolutely everywhere.

Worst located neighborhood in Miami tbh.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There is one supermarket and Publix has approval to build a store. There are a few restaurants; agree that more are needed

Anonymous
1 month ago

You said this before. Fisher Island has no walking distance bars or restaurants either, they are doing OK. NBV has great views for below MB prices and is in walking distance (admittedly a long walk) to the beach. There is a market for this.

My old boss had a house right on the open bay in NBV, had a boat on a lift out in back, and was in between Haulover Inlet and Government Cut. All he cared about was the boat (and catching lobster and dolphin). He had a car to drive places to buy food. Beats walking home in the rain with arms full of groceries.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That will all change once they develop the WSVN site, there are big changes coming for that whole stretch of NBV

Rigo
1 month ago

Why are you hating on North Bay Village? It’s nice…

anon
1 month ago

Because I lived there for a little bit and felt the lifestyle was horrible. No where to walk to, except a gas station. No restaurants, no bars. No grocery store. The area itself is not very attractive. It’s a 15 minute drive just to get to 95. It’s a totally car-oriented little island with zero pedestrian benefits.

Jeanetta
30 days ago

I would not like to be your girlfriend.

anonymous
1 month ago

Not sustainable to build highrises on NBV.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Okay “EXPERT,” tell us why not?