Arquitectonica-Designed Residential Project Proposed on 41st Street In Miami Beach

In Miami Beach, a residential building is proposed behind two office buildings on the corner of 41st Street and Pine Tree Drive, including the HSBC Bank building

Plans call for 49 residential units, with 72,969 square feet of sellable space. A pool deck will be located on the roof. Also included is a garage with 131 parking spaces, with some of the spaces in a mechanical garage.

The mechanical garage and project size of over 50,000 square feet require approval from the city’s Planning Board, scheduled to be heard on May 24.

Caton Owner, LLC is the developer. Chen Lamdan, Sarah Boymelgreen, and Shmuel Boymelgreen each own 33.33% of the company, which is managed by Menachem Boymelgreen.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

 

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Oscar
5 years ago

This is Arquitectonica and, dare I say, I like this.

Anonymous
5 years ago

They are a solid firm. Maybe they designs that suck are just from Jorge Perez.

Anonymous
5 years ago

First decent Arquitectonica design in a long time. What’s the catch?

Anonymous
5 years ago

Not bad. I like the hologram effects on the top of the building in the rendering,.

Anonymous
5 years ago

What? Arquitectonica designed this? What a fantastic design…could they really be changing?

Anonymous
5 years ago

Have to say, I like the location but the traffic on 41st is so bad always that anytime you would want to leave the beach, you’d be sitting in traffic.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I just want to know when they’re going to have housing for the elderly . I am a single grandmother who has only my Social Security check which is not much . Even with the whole thing I can’t afford a studio apartment in Miami Beach even though I lived here back in the 90s and the early century I’m not much more than I have now . It seems to me that since Miami Beach was built for the retirement of tired old people who work their butts off in the Northeast and put their children through college so they could have a peaceful and joyful retirement . Whatever happened to that Miami beach?

Former Miamian
5 years ago

Places change, for better or for worse. They used to call it the “billion dollar sandbar” in the years before it became strictly a retirement community. Since then, it seems to have gone through cycles. Certainly since the year 2000, investment has poured in and Tony Goldman’s efforts toward “revitalization” have played a big part in attracting wealth to Miami Beach.