Total Demolition Permit Submitted At 3600 Biscayne

A total demolition permit has been applied for at 3600 Biscayne, where a mixed-use development is planned.

A Denny’s restaurant is currently on the property.

The demolition permit is in pre-screening with Miami’s Building Department as of this morning.

According to the demolition permit, a total of 4889 square feet is slated for total demolition. Icon Constructors, Inc. of Coral Springs is listed as the demolition contractor.

The new development at 3600 Biscayne was approved recently by the Federal Aviation Administration and Urban Development Review Board. The developers also signed a deal to connect the new project to the water and sewer system

The new building is planned to rise 18 stories, or 231 feet above ground and include:

  • 175 apartments
  • 33,802 square feet of retail
  • 366 parking spaces

There does not yet appear to be a construction permit in process for the new building with Miami’s Building Department.

An affiliate of Pacific Star Capital is the developer.

 



 

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Yeppers
1 month ago

We need to protect this Denny’s at all cost and prevent demolition. It’s the last affordable sit-down restaurant left in Miami.

I am putting together a coalition. Please respond if you want to join me.

Anonn
1 month ago

No

BDub
1 month ago

End of an era

Anon
1 month ago

La Granja in downtown would like to disagree 🤷‍♂️

Anon
1 month ago

Ew no

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

sounds like a resounding No from The Next Miami. Maybe try a FB Nimby group?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I know a certain group on FB (cough cough Brickell Living) that would be perfect for this post!

Brandon
1 month ago

Good luck. Unless you are going to buy the property i don’t see how this will work. Property rights are very strong in the United States. As long as a property is zoned for the intended use, a owner can dispose of the property if they desire and the buyer can do what they like as long as it complies with existing law and zoning.

Anonymous
1 month ago

If you would venture out of the Urban Core, you would find TONS of affordable restaurants. Doral, etc. is chain heaven.

Anonymous
1 month ago

This isn’t the urban core – there’s no direct metro mover to the city. It’s right by little San Juan and all these small homes all around

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sorry, but this is firmly within– albeit on the very edge of — the accepted and widely-understood definition of the Urban Core. Sorry you can’t get there by Mover though!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nobody calls Wynwood Little San Juan…

Mark
1 month ago

It not Wynwood either, it’s either Edgewater or Midtown. I’ve lived in the neighborhood for 10 years. And if you go south 15 blocks your in the Omni neighborhood

Mark
1 month ago

No its its not, the neighborhood is called Edgewater or Midtown. There is no such neighborhood in Miami called little San Juan

Anon
1 month ago

I don’t think its realistic to expect people to drive 15 miles to go to Olive Garden lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lmao Why not? This is a driving city. 15 minutes is nothing.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I do it all the time.

Good Citizen
1 month ago

I don’t know if we’re being trolled or not but their food is not that affordable.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sarcasm folks.

Jordan
1 month ago

Cue the music for, “Real Men of Genius”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Rather see dennys or some kind of better low rise use here

Angel Alberto Castillo 🪽 🏰
1 month ago

I agree with you 100% . I think it is way too late to stop it. If at least the new building would had secured a new 10 to 20 year lease to a new perhaps more modern Denny’s. It is sad to see it go. We, the average residents just can’t have affordable sit down dinning where to go, they are all gone. By the way, These new buildings are getting away, with not having to have 10 to 20 % affordable rentals. As they should by law. Instead, the pay a fine to the City to build affordable housing. Where does that money go ??? 💬

WTF is up Dennys
1 month ago

Dennys is not even affordable. Only worth it to go for the milkshakes

Anonymous
1 month ago

Isn’t it like $10 for a breakfast combo? How is that not affordable?

CCitizen
1 month ago

People are assholes

Anonymous
1 month ago

That 70s show inspired the design of this tower.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Apart from the loud mural, I fail to see how.

Casey
1 month ago

has the Denny’s closed yet?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nope still open

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wouldn’t it be better if that space was a park or a pond?

Anonymous
1 month ago

What are you, a duck?

J.M.
1 month ago

alligator

Anonymous
1 month ago

You mean like the two parks a couple blocks to the east?

Anonymous
1 month ago

We need more central interior parks, not just parks on the edge of the city for cruise tourists. Miami is full of residents now

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Their referring to the park at the exit of Julia tutle

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

They need to work on these interstate underpasses around Miami. They are not a pleasant place to walk under and look like crap

MKW
1 month ago

One of the worst intersections in Miami is about to get exponentially worse with 3 towers simultaneously rising on 3 of the 4 corners.

Anon
1 month ago

its almost like there should be a metro station there

Anon
1 month ago

A metro mover would be too logical for the commissioners to approve

Another Parking Skyscraper
1 month ago

366 parking spaces. And 175 apartments.
On an urban area. Another project incentivizing people to drive to target or Publix. (Sarcasm. Target it’s across the street, and Publix is 7 blocks.) it’s like the car dealership cartel has some type of conspiracy. We have so many alternatives for delivery. What’s going to happen in the future when there’s no more lots to build on and people are stuck in traffic without a way out. Parking spaces where we can be building more apartments we badly need to reduce rent prices. Can you imagine if NYC or Chicago prioritize parking instead of living spaces. Those cities wouldn’t bother building Public Transportation.