Related Group Proposes 15-Story Icon Residences In North Miami

Related Group has submitted plans for the 15-story Icon Residences in North Miami, according to Biscayne Times.

Icon Residences North Miami is proposed to have just 54 condo units.

Prices would average $4.6 million.

The White House Inn at the entrance to the Broad Causeway would be demolished to make way for the new tower, if the city approves.

Related is currently lobbying the city for a height increase to allow the tower. The total height to the top of the mechanical area is 184 feet.

A supermajority of four out of five councilmembers will be needed to approve the project, and some neighbors are opposed while others are in favor.

Related is also in the process of buying out the four-story Mariner’s Bay condo building nearby, and has already secured most units there, the newspaper reported.

 

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Anonymous
13 days ago

4.6m? 🤣

Anonymous
13 days ago

Location is everything.

YEET
13 days ago

Nice looking building in a beautiful location! This will be a nic addition for the North Miami Beach skyline

Anonymous
13 days ago

North Miami*

VIEWS
13 days ago

Why are there so many columns in the balconies? Couldn’t thicken the slab and give unobstructed views for $5M?

Anon
13 days ago

They don’t engineer the structure until much later in the development game.

Anonymous
12 days ago

At least the balconies cover most the building, and aren’t irregularly scattered or checkerboarded in a cheap and nasty manner Related/Arquitectonica likes.

Anonymous
13 days ago

lots of projects coming to north miami , it will be a much better neighborhood in a few years

Anonymous
12 days ago

North Miami is its own city, but yeah.

Melo is sigma and chad
13 days ago

North Miami getting its needed transformation

Nimby
11 days ago

If you have been by this property, the old Whitehouse inn, it will be interesting to see how you will get the resident traffic in and out without. Keystone point will have a lot of new visitors and traffic. I believe many have tried to develop this prime lot with little to no success.

High Riser
11 days ago

Getting in and out will be a S’show. good luck

Anonymous
12 days ago

Not bad for Arquitectonica and nice for North Miami.

Anonymous
12 days ago

A much needed improvement to the city of North Miami. #responsibledevelopment #beautification

UM -
11 days ago

Increase the tax rolls and beautify the area. That street is prime for redevelopment and being a nice gateway to the beaches.

anon
11 days ago

this is a monstrosity being pushed on the SINGLE-FAMILY neighborhood, for it to happen they need a massive zoning change.

anonymous
9 days ago

Universally hated(except for the developer trolls) by anybody that will have to live in the shadow of a giant building plopped down in a normal neighborhood.

Anonymous
12 days ago

North Miami Winning.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Too many night crawlers in that area for my taste, doesn’t seem like the right market for this

Anonymous
12 days ago

Lol, they’re using the icon name now in crappy north Miami as if it were on par with south beach and Brickell icons

Anonymous
12 days ago

Icon Brickell is crappy. Frankly if this tower were multiplied and stretched to Icon Brickell heights, it would look better than the monstrosity where you can see into other people’s bathrooms from your window.

Paranoid Android
8 days ago

Prices would average $4.6 million.

Did I read that right?

Jr
12 days ago

Carter Financial & Brickell motors owned it, w all their $ they have nothing to show! Hopefully Related will pull it off!

latin arch lover
8 days ago

ARCQUITECTONICA WINNING!!!

Anonymous
13 days ago

“some neighbors are opposed” to this project?

Babies always throw a fit to get their way.

Disturbed
13 days ago

Petty “Anonymous” city politics… would you want a 15-story tower next to your multi-million dollar home? Folks that are opposed have the right to be… Perhaps a project with multi-story townhomes would be a better proposal that fits in better with its neighbors and community…

Anonymous
12 days ago

^
Haha.. someone who needs his pacifier.

Anonymous
12 days ago

By multi-million dollar home, you mean concrete box McMansions that don’t fit neighbors and the community? I mean, there are plenty of crappy old 1950s and 60s homes ripe for rebuilding here, but it’s like architects forgot people like houses that don’t look like car batteries.

Anonymous
12 days ago

mc mansion Is an understatement! As each home is right on top of one another, zero privacy, reckless drivers. Car theft and break ins daily, No police presence, drugs dealers rentingTo be on water, not to mention illegal boat charters and exotic rentals, gun shots at night. North Miami and Keystone should be ashamed.

Anonymous
12 days ago

^
You’re talking as if North Miami is only one acre big…

anonymous
9 days ago

OBVIOUSLY POSTED BY SOMEBODY THAT DOES NOT LIVE HERE and KNOWS ANYTHING ABOUT THE AREA–> mc mansion Is an understatement! As each home is right on top of one another, zero privacy, reckless drivers. Car theft and break ins daily, No police presence, drugs dealers rentingTo be on water, not to mention illegal boat charters and exotic rentals, gun shots at night. North Miami and Keystone should be ashamed.

Anonymous
6 days ago

^
But this area has so many “Mansions” in it. I guess rich people are just dying to live there.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Your view is a dilapidated motel with vagrants Defecating and showering in the canal, your lucky a storage facility isn’t going there….

Anonymous
11 days ago

Haha.. a person who hangs around there to see some naked person defecating and showering (I’m wondering how they take “showers”) in the canal.

Hilarious
9 days ago

Hahaha