Bayview Market Foreclosure Resolved, Site Will Be Split In Five

The foreclosure lawsuit over the Bayview Market site has been resolved, a lawyer for the property owner told the SFBJ.

According to the lawyer, the $34 million mortgage has been paid off and the suit dismissed (it still isn’t showing in court records as of March 30).

The owner is now working to subdivide the land into five parcels in order to accommodate multiple uses, he said.

The attorney says that one of those uses will be a hotel that will have a Best Western brand, which the owner has previously identified as a Vib.

 

 

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Miami1
4 years ago

Good! That original proposal was horrible, it belongs in Doral!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Ouch!

aceraroja
4 years ago

They should put the streets back and build some nice townhouses facing the cemetery and side streets (which is nice!), and more intensive stuff facing 17th. Please no more big blank fucking parking decks. That isn’t a city.

Suomynona
4 years ago

I’m with you on the streets. But townhouses are too low density for that area.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Totally right, many of thr new parking podiums are horrendous, Canvas is the worst, what a design disaster.

Anonymous
4 years ago

More cheap and nasty scattered windows? I know it’s a Best Western adjacent to a cemetery, but can we at least have proper architecture? Even a mud hut or yurt has some unintentional Vitruvian qualities.

Anonymous
4 years ago

this parcel is great for retail/restaurant or rentals/hotel….the proximity to a cemetary limits condo development potential..lots of new projects already under construction in that area already

Anonymous
4 years ago

Even now with all the developments, this area has a very long way to go before it looks like an urban city. West of Biscayne Blvd, there are about 100 empty, desolate wasteland lots. Definitely not inviting for foot traffic. I”d say even the next generation won’t see it fully mature.

Anonymous
4 years ago

You see.. “desolate wasteland lots”.. I see investment and growth opportunities.

Anonymous
4 years ago

It will fill up by the next generation. The question is whether it will according to the Town Square masterplan, has good architecture and urban design, and adjacent neighborhoods follow suit. So far, it’s looking quite abysmal.

Yohan Perez
4 years ago

We need a LA fitness in that location along with Lower. That was the original plan right?