The developers of Island Gardens have signed a deal with the county to supply water and sewer utilities.
According to the November 3 agreement with Miami Dade’s Water and Sewer Department, Island Gardens will include:
- 455 hotel rooms
- 150 apartments
- 221,000 square feet of retail store
- 136,140 square feet of full service restaurant
- 13,800 square feet of banquet hall (without kitchen)
- 10,340 square feet of bar or cocktail lounge
- 50 marina slips
The developer will pay a connection charge estimated $1,519,535.13. An additional Biscayne Bay Sanitary Sewer Special Connection Charge is estimated at $921,720.88.
Nathalie Goulet-Fusco signed on behalf of developer Flagstone. Art Noriega signed on behalf of the City of Miami, which owns the land that is being leased to Flagstone.