Is This Gil Dezer’s Town For Millennials In North Miami Beach? Possible Sneak Peek

Developer Gil Dezer may have just dropped a big hint of his plan to build a “very special new town” for millennials next to Sunny Isles.

The sneak peek was uploaded yesterday to an Instagram account which is rumored (but not confirmed) to belong to Dezer. The account owner is listed as anonymous.

In the upload, at least four new towers can be seen, on property that appears similar to the Intracoastal Mall site in North Miami Beach. Dezer owns the mall.

Dezer has previously said his town for millennials there would include 2,000 residential units, connected to downtown Miami and South Beach by high speed vaporetto boats.

The project could also include the largest metropolitan wine cave in the world, virtual reality rooms, top of the line fitness facilities, and shared office space. A total of 2.5 million square feet of nonresidential space was said to be planned.

The tallest towers could top off at 495 feet, which is equivalent to around 40 to 50 stories in height.

A new canal could also be built into the property.

Miami architect Zyscovich was said to be planning the development, and the Zyscovich logo can be seen in the upload.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Young people want to walk, bike and take mass transit.

This has none.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It has a state park and the beaches nearby so there is plenty of biking that could be done and this place isn’t dense enough for rail. Plus they proposed water taxis for this project.

Anonymous
2 years ago

who the heck takes a water taxi in Miami aside from a tourist.

Miami
2 years ago

How long does a water taxi take from Sunny Isles to Downtown Miami? What if the seas are rough?

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m sure the towers will be nice but they will probably be expensive. If that’s the case, wouldn’t a millennial just live in downtown? Especially if they work there?

Anonymous
2 years ago

What part of miami would you consider not expensive?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Plenty of places.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Good luck with the traffic….. and millennial wants to have everything nearby

Anonymous
2 years ago

Horrible development. North Miami Beach commissioners should be ashamed. Traffic will be horrendous. Property taxes will rise to meet infrastructure needs, such as sewage, emergency management, etc. No benefit to current residents expect new towers hovering over their homes…y’all will down vote this but it’s the truth. NMB is not DWTNMIA.

Anonymous
2 years ago

the thing is, no city in South Florida gives a rats ass about infrastructure so don’t worry about prop taxes.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What type of cheese would you like with your whine?

Anonymous
2 years ago

If it wasn’t for “whiners” Biscayne Bay would be dumped with nuclear waste on a daily basis.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’ll attempt to answer your extremely ignorant and dumb comment with this.

You do know that nuclear waste has to be buried deep underground don’t you?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah bc for 50 years from the 40s-90s it was dumped in the oceans util “whiners” highlighted the dangers, and dumpers began to bury it under ground. But appreciate the condescending attitude.. Much love!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Condescending… boy, you do love your whine.

You’re probably the only person who remembers when Biscayne Bay was once under consideration as a dumping site for nuclear waste.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Sounds like a retirement community.

Anonymous
2 years ago

hahaha!

Anonymous
2 years ago

LMAO.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This one is horrible… Awful location.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Why millenials? What youngish person wants to live in Sunny Isles? You meant to say Russians that don’t have quite as much as the ones on the “other side of the tracks” 🙂

Anonymous
2 years ago

Millennials want to live in Wynwood and other Urban neighborhoods.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Millennial’s are immune to seasickness.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What program is this?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Millennials aren’t going to get that quote.

Anonymous
2 years ago

whats the account @

Anonymous
2 years ago

@gdizzle99

Anonymous
2 years ago

Millenials don’t all have the same set of interests and values, just like all other age groups.

The ones that want to be near the beach and bay–you know, the REAL reasons for living around here–will chose somewhere like this.

The pretentious Dbags that just want to be seen at trendy bars and restaurants and clubs, desperate to get laid, their place is Overtown–oops I mean “Wynwood”.

Anonymous
2 years ago

How many city officials do you need to pay off for that plan. 4 down already.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The restaurants next to Duffy’s are doing great. More of that. Many Young ppl want to be in urban areas

Anonymous
2 years ago

Across the bridge from the beach and Newport pier and across the street from Oleta River State Park. Lots of Millenials want outdoor recreation, and this has it in spades. There’s more to life for some than eating out and shopping. Or than sitting on a train playing with your phone.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Gil is that you?

Anonymous
2 years ago

lol, I was thinking the same

Anonymous
2 years ago

OMG Busted. yes, it’s me… ping me directly for early bird specials

Anonymous
2 years ago

how many millions and millions of millennials are there? and you talk about this huge group like they all want the same thing? geez. get a grip for crying out loud.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The millenials at my job all live in the western suburbs and drive pickups and SUV’s. They’re building home equity while these fools rent with roommates in overpriced downtown boxes so they can be seen at trendy locales.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Unless they are old millennials they probably are still living with their parents and wasting their equity on those large pickups and SUVs they don’t need.