Sunset Park Proposed In South Beach, With Retail, Restaurants, & Residences

A development exceeding 50,000 square feet has been submitted for review by Miami Beach’s Planning Board.

Sunset Park, as the project is called, is proposed to include five floors of retail, residential and parking. It will be built on .77 acres in Sunset Harbour that currently contain a mix of vacant land and buildings slated for demolition.

At the ground level, there will be two restaurants with over 100 seats each, two cafes with under 100 seats each, and four spaces for retail shops. Total commercial space is 18,292 square feet.

Above the retail will be a parking garage with 82 spaces, the minimum required by Miami Beach code for a project of this size.

Each floor on levels three, four and five, will have 4 large residences with indoor and outdoor spaces. A total of 12 residential units are proposed.

The project faces review by the Planning Board at an October 23 meeting.

Domo Architecture + Design is the architect, with Deco Capital the developer.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Looks nice… also nice that they were able to keep some of the retail/restaurant spots small enough to not require parking.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Looks great… where exactly is it???…the renderings reflect western water view but there’s a park…public surface parking lot… and then sunset harbor towers…. all occupying that stretch …

Anonymous
2 years ago

The renderings are as if you are on a higher floor from across the street and can then see the water

Anonymous
2 years ago

across from maurice gibb park, adjacent to the venetian causeway

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice.. that area is very nice.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stunning. Probably already sold.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Good looking project, those are some Huge units. Would love to have a flow through unit like that.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Congratulations to the developers and architects for designing such a sexy addition to the Sunset Harbour neighborhood. I’m all thumbs up and applauding their success. This will fill in an empty lot that has attracted flooding, litter and animals and created a long dark section of the block. Excited to see this built.

Anonymous
2 years ago

the previous plan for this site was slightly taller and objected to by the neighboring building

Anonymous
2 years ago

Gorgeous!!! Great addition to that neighborhood

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s funny that they used a photo of a SUNRISE as their cover when the project is called SUNSET…

Anonymous
2 years ago

That one chick in the white dress look like she’s really trying hard to get a man’s attention.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Another long low-rise, despite the existing high-rises in the area, park and bay views, and fact nobody’s views will be compromised if you build taller. Sad!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Sad you use the word sad as a one-word sentence like our blubbering president!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Lol… you’re cold!

Gene
2 years ago

No, he just makes sense

Anonymous
2 years ago

Well that was the joke, but you didn’t get it because anti-Trump libtards have no sense or understanding of humor.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“anti-Trump libtards”

Funny coming from a guy who voted for a person for president who said “rain and water is very wet.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

Well it is quite wet, but not as wet as your mother last night.

Anonymous
2 years ago

savage

Anonymous
2 years ago

I agree, it would be nice if it had a few more floors. The building looks very elegant and has a hint of Zaha….