Arkadia Property Group plans to redevelop a gas station in Miami Beach into an $11 million mixed-use project centered on office space.
The city’s Planning Board will consider the application July 26 for the 0.36-acre site at 1840 Alton Road. The property belonging to Alton Road Supreme Services, owned by Mario Suarez in Hollywood, currently has an Exxon service station and cash wash.
It would be developed by 1840 Alton Road Partners LLC, co-owned by David M. Aaron and Richard Kilstock, the managing principals of Bal Harbour-based Arkadia Property Group.
With an estimated cost of $11 million, the project would total 67,641 square feet in five stories. It would consist of 3,300-square-foot of ground-level retail, 36 parking spaces on the second level, 17,113 square feet of office space on the third and fourth floors, and a fifth floor containing an 8,000-square-foot live/work unit.