Miami Beach’s Planning Board voted yesterday in favor of a condo planned by Crescent Heights on Alton Road.
Four separate yes votes are still required before the project can move forward, including two commission votes.
The tower is proposed to rise 44 stories, or 484 feet. It will include 410 luxury condos and 15,000 square feet of retail.
Crescent Heights would build a 3 acre park with a pink elevated pedestrian path for the city, as part of the deal to allow a much taller building than normally allowed. A pedestrian overpass from the South of Fifth baywalk would also be built, along with an extra turn lane on Alton Road to the MacArthur Causeway.
Raymond Fort of Arquitectonica is the architect, according to the SFBJ.