Chad Oppenheim’s South Beach Whole Foods Among Projects Gaining Approval Yesterday

Several projects received approvals yesterday from review boards in Miami and Miami Beach. they include:

  • Whole Foods Market in South Beach received Miami Beach Design Review Board approval after getting the nod from the Planning Board last week. A smaller Alton Road Whole Foods will remain open even after the new store is built.
  • The Wave on Alton Road in South Beach was approved for a redesign. Construction on the 321-unit project is expected to begin in January, and will last 24 months, according to The Real Deal.
  • Mount Sinai Medical Center received Design Review Board approval for a new eight-story hospital tower, which will include new emergency room facilities.
  • Institute of Contemporary Art, which will be allowed to tear down homes in the Design District but won’t be permitted to ship sculptures through a sculpture park. An attorney for the project said they may have to appeal that restriction.

 

Previously:

Whole Foods Proposed For South Beach Has Been Redesigned By Chad Oppenheim

Waves Project In South Beach Getting Bigger, Could Include Up To 485 Units

Mount Sinai Planning To Build A New Eight Story Hospital Tower In Miami Beach

Institute of Contemporary Art Going Through Approval Process In The Design District