Renderings of a Frank Gehry-designed twin-tower project at the Deauville property in Miami Beach have been released for the first time.
The renderings were released on a website asking Miami Beach residents to support a November 8 voter referendum to allow increased density at the site.
According to the Herald, there would be two towers, including a 125-unit residential tower and 175-unit hotel.
The tallest tower height would be 375 feet, if approved.
Previous reports have said that the hotel would have the Equinox name.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross’ Related Companies is the developer. Ross grew up nearby.
A related affiliate has spent over $1 million to promote a yes vote on the ballot question to voters, the Herald reported.