Miami Beach Deciding Today On Office Proposals Near Lincoln Road

Miami Beach commissioners have a meeting scheduled today where they could decide the fate of proposals to redevelop city-owned properties near Lincoln Road.

Three developers submitted proposals for the properties:

  • Infinity Collective LLC
  • The TPC Proposal (also known as Lincoln Road Holdings LLC), a joint venture between The Peebles Corporation, Baron Corporation and Scott Robins Companies, Inc.
  • Lincoln Road Property Owners, L.P., a joint venture between Integra Investments, Starwood Capital, and The Comras Company

After review by a city committee, the city manager is recommending moving forward with negotiations with TPC for one surface parking lot, and with Integra for another.

Proposals to redevelop a garage are recommended to be rejected for a few reasons, including the need for the garage during construction of the Grand Hyatt across the street.

 

Option 3: P27 parking lot (TPC) which is recommended to move forward:

Option 5 – Parking Lots P25 and P26 (Integra) is also recommended to move forward:

 

Other proposals that are either backups or not recommended at this time:

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Anonymous
7 months ago

We love to see less space sacrificed solely to the car and more for what actually makes up the community, the people!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Most of the cars that I see have people in them.

In retail districts, I often see people delivering goods and services to area businesses. Things operate nicely.

The Utopia loving people don’t seem to know how to walk on a sidewalk, or their latte doesn’t digest properly when there too many people in cars.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Build build build!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Build build more parking garages.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I wanna see more offices downtown and specifically at Miamo Worldcenter and Overtown but why not some more by the beach? It would sure lure in some companies.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I Love Miamo

Anonymous
7 months ago

Wow love the designs. Miami Beach has the best architecture

Anonymous
7 months ago

Building 3-4 office buildings isnt going to change the beach. The city needs to reevaluate what can be redeveloped and better incentivize business to open. Unless the east side of the beach gets real investment and gets an overhaul in the clientele its attracting nothing will change

Anonymous
7 months ago

Miami Beach doesn’t need to change. Just leave it the way it is and leave the other type of businesses for mainland Miami. That way, it’s always an attraction in differences when people go and see the two.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Sure, keep electing Portland-wannabe politicians who would rather restrict bar hours instead of tackling low-class tourist brawls head-on, and more businesses will move across the bay.

Anonymous
7 months ago

We need our own Suarez in MB to compete with Miami. The current mayor is a ……….

Anonymous
7 months ago

Miami Beach when it was built was one of the finest resort destinations on the planet. It’s current state is not by any measure what was intended. World class art deco architecture, incredible restaurants, miles of beautiful beach; Miami Beach should be much more than the trash it’s turned into over the past few decades. Shameful.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Well
When airfares are low and hotels drop prices, we get the hood down here

Anonymous
7 months ago

I agree. Build smart.

Anonymous
7 months ago

The sandy beach is a very large economic magnet for sure, but there are about 97,000 year round residents in the City of Miami Beach.
3-4 Office buildings DO make a difference, and a dozen or so would be even more impactful.

When the Yukon Building is fetching over $100 per ft NNN for office, there is a major lack of supply on South Beach.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I love all these proposals but the transit in miami compared to similar cities is so, so bad.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I mean, the good ole US automobile lobby can’t let people take a train efficiently around the city? How else would they force everyone to buy their cars?

Anonymous
7 months ago

No one is FORCED to buy a car. People do so with their own free will and choice.

EVERYONE is FORCED to pay for Utopian public transportation “around the city”. In fact, if you do not pay your taxes involuntarily, the government TAKES your money from you and/or locks you in jail.

Most people are okay with thoughtful public transportation projects that can benefit the people who NEED it, and those the WANT it can climb aboard too. Most people are not “anti-transit” on this board. They are anti-stupid transit.

So…when baby wants a pony, or the sleekest, most expensive, Utopian trains to whisk them FIU South Campus, there are some people who say, “that is stupid, pay for it yourself”.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Car centric mentality kills this beautiful city. The problem it’s miami never had politicians with a vision to build a great transit system to serve all the county.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Wrong.
Honest and thoughtful conversation on the transit topic makes the city better, but not even small pockets of ignorance or lack of understanding can kill Miami. No mentality has “killed” Miami.

By nearly every metric, Miami is in very high demand by people who want to live here. These people are voting with their wallets and their feet.

Anonymous
7 months ago

All proposals are beautiful. Miami Beach gets all the progressive designs and away from the pseudo Mediterranean prevailing in Miami. I don’t mind Mediterranean architecture but it has to be done right, not pseudo want to be….

Anonymous
7 months ago

What pseudo-Mediterranean in Miami? It’s all been Arquitectonica and Kobi Krap glass boxes with juxtaposed balconies. A New Classical tower inspired by Freedom Tower or the old courthouse would be wonderful if done correctly.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I like the Mediterranean architecture far more than any other style.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Option 5

Anne Annomous
7 months ago

Every single rendering looks great. Congrats!

Anonymous
7 months ago

I love the designs

Anonymous
7 months ago

The first one is the best in terms of human scale. Its massing doesn’t make it look like a blob.

Anonymous
7 months ago

The curvilinear renders are neo-streamline moderne…yes build those. Lose that angular eyesore at the bottom.

Elpit Onaso
7 months ago

Let me build!

No to Don
7 months ago

No one should do business with Don Peebles. Ever. Read his book. Research his career. Don the Con. He just wants to steal from people.