380-Unit Multifamily Project Planned On Biscayne Bay Next To The Jockey Club

Integra Investments has submitted a proposal to build a residential project called Biscayne Shores next to the Jockey Club.

The property is located at 11295 Biscayne Boulevard and was formerly was the home of the Lear School.

A total of 380 residential units are planned.

A 15-story tower will include three floors of parking screened with 11 townhomes. The upper 12 floors will have 264 apartments.

The remaining 105 residential units within the community will be two-story townhomes located throughout the site.

The project has been submitted to Miami-Dade’s Shoreline Review Committee.

Deforma Studio is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
4 months ago

Dated design

Anonymous
4 months ago

Everything looks fine to me?

Anonymous
4 months ago

What’s with the ugly building

Anonymous
4 months ago

deforma is right

Anonymous
4 months ago

It looks like something from the 1970s, or 1980s!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Look, it’s an apartment building, so it’s not meant to mesmerize anyone.

Anonymous
4 months ago

F for effort.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Look, do you want to live in a stagnant city or do you want to live in a city where progression takes place? In a city where progression takes place, every building design doesn’t make into Architect Digest.

Anonymous
4 months ago

It’ll have balconies! How refreshing….

Anonymous
4 months ago

i would buy it just so i can spend even MORE time at biscayne and 125 st intersection……..

Anonymous
4 months ago

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Anonymous
4 months ago

Easy hop to Bal Harbour, Surfside, and Haulover beaches, mall, shops, restaurants from west shore of the bay. Short trip to Aventura. Just up the block from Miami Shores amenities. So, it’s got its pluses.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Forget it… most of these people who’re whining about this building’s design don’t have your foresight and can’t see anything else because their heads are stuck between their buttocks.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Plus, it’s on the bay!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Great idea, terrible design.

Anonymous
4 months ago

They should build a lot of buildings like this near Metrorail stops.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Looks like the architect used one of his old template designs from 2005 in his design program.

Anonymous
4 months ago

The point is to have you move into something affordable, not design and build something that only the 1% can afford.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Whole milk isn’t entitled to have bay views, but if this is the price point North Miami commands…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Even this north, and the ugliest side of the tower still faces Biscayne Boulevard. Being the most undesirable side with no bay view doesn’t mean splattering some ugly slit windows down it.

Azarius
4 months ago

Back to the drawing board with the design. This needs to be at least 20 + stories and let’s get better designs and purpose of the land I’m sure so much more can be done.

Anonymous
4 months ago

“I’m sure so much more can be done”

With someone’s else money….

Anonymous
4 months ago

horrible

Anonymous
4 months ago

Great concept. Design looks cool

Anonymous
4 months ago

Nice location.. Like it.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Stunning design – simply spellbinding.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Seems like the architect and the developers have Covid-19, I heard one of the symtoms causes of major reduction in creativity.

Anonymous
4 months ago

“I heard one of the symtoms causes “of” major reduction in creativity.”

And grammar also.

Anonymous
4 months ago

I am all for new development in this neighborhood that has not seen movement in a while. The townhomes look great but I have to say this is one very outdated design for the building. The grey facade and the weird “prison window” scheme on the West facade both look like (failed) attempts to introduce some architecture and will likely soon look very old very soon… grey facade buildings dont age well, they look cool right after construction and a decade later they paint the building in white to keep it relevant…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Well, like the song says, “I beg your pardon, I never promised you a rose garden… “

Vincent S.
4 months ago

Ugly. Uninspiring. Dated. Looks like Austin Powers was the architect. Whoever approved this is blind and out of touch…yuck!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Terrible design – looks like building from 70s. Great location though.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Damn, I don’t think I’ve ever been to this part of Miami in my life and I’ve lived here my entire life.

Anonymous
4 months ago

you ain’t missing much Tiger

Shawn Kouri
4 months ago

Townhouse for families with kids in the townhouse portion, apartments for the grandparents in the tower! No need to drive to take the kids to grandma and Grandpa’s so the parents can go to work, adding more to the commute. You can just walk the kids to the grandparents apartment or the grandparents can come down to the townhouse for the day while mom and dad are at work. This makes perfect sense, especially with the traffic in Miami.

Anonymous
4 months ago

It only makes sense if you’re a meth addict. That part of the Biscayne corridor is already a traffic jam during rush hour. It will only get worse once it and at least two other condo/apt projects open.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Ask your commissioner to invest in a reliable mass transportation system.

Anonymous
4 months ago

put granny and gramps in a home.

Anonymous
4 months ago

No.

Anonymous
4 months ago

112th st and Biscayne Blvd? When it’s that far from downtown, let them design how they wanna.