Mill Creek Residential has submitted plans to build Modera Biscayne Bay to Miami city officials for review.
Modera is proposed to include:
425 parking spaces in an eight story garage
11,607 square feet of ground floor retail
The project is seeking a waiver for an 11% reduction in parking, or 52 spaces less than required by zoning code. Under Miami 21 zoning law, up to a 30% reduction in parking may be granted due to the project’s proximity to Biscayne Boulevard, which is considered a major transit corridor with multiple public transit routes (including bus service).
Unity on the Bay, a church, will be demolished to make way for the project.
The proposal was scheduled to be heard by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board on October 17.