Developer Crescent Heights has asked Miami to replat land on Biscayne Boulevard in order to make way for a new development.
According to the plat submittal, the new project will include:
754 residential units (400 at Tract A, 354 at Tract B)
268,654 square feet of office
16,720 square feet of retail (split evenly between Tract A and Tract B)
38,450 square-foot grocery store
61,450 square feet fitness
620,731 square feet of parking
A total of 5.266 acres of land is being replatted, including land at 3050 Biscayne Boulevard. That property has a 10-story, 90,480 square-foot office building which will remain.
The land being replatted runs from Biscayne Boulevard to NE 2nd Avenue, across the street from AMLI’s 720-unit Chiquita apartment project in Midtown Miami. Thousands of residential units are under construction or newly completed within a short distance of the land.
In 2016, Crescent Heights founder Russell Galbut told the Herald he was planning a “whole community” for the land that will include “a little bit of everything.”
Miami’s Plat & Street Committee reviewed the request at a meeting on January 9.