A developer is planning to fill in part of a lake at Blue Lagoon near Miami International Airport to build a residential complex called Miami City Center.
The owner of the property has approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to fill in nine acres of Glide Angle Lake, according to the SFBJ.
The lake is manmade and there will be no impact to vulnerable wetlands or endangered wildlife. However, several building on the shore will lose their water views.
The owner of the property is PAJ Investment Group LLC, managed by Damodar Airan, Lalita Airan, Anil K. Aggrawal, and Satish Aggrawal. They are looking for development partners, the website reported.
Miami City Center is proposed to include:
The new buildings would be limited to 12 stories each.
The plans, designed by architect Kobi Karp, are set to be heard by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board at a meeting on October 20.