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Shvo Secures Approval For The Alton In Miami Beach

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Final approval was obtained by Michael Shvo for his mixed-use project in Miami Beach, which was created by the renowned architect Norman Foster.

The Alton, a six-story building, will have five luxury apartments, 17,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 170,000 square feet of rentable office space. It’s unknown if the residential buildings will be rentals or condominiums.

This Monday, the Miami Beach Design Review Board unanimously approved the construction, after the city’s Planning Board’s approval three months earlier. Foster + Partners, the company that Foster started in 1967, is designing the complex, and Kobi Karp will be the local architect for it.

Construction is expected to begin next year.

 

Source:  Commercial Observer

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Plans Submitted For Mixed-Use 1920 Alton, Designed By Gensler

Plans have been filed to build a mixed-use project called 1920 Alton Road in South Beach.

1920 Alton is planned to rise 5 stories and include:

  • 25,223 square feet of Class A office space
  • 8,284 square feet of restaurant space at the ground level (split between two separate tenants)
  • three residential units that will total approximately 13,271 square feet
  • a screened-in parking garage on the second level with 45 spaces

Gensler is the architect. Alton Office Holdings II LLC is the developer.

The LLC is controlled by three separate companies, each owning a 33.33% stake. They include WMB Resources of Dublin, Ohio (managed by Wayne M. Boich), Edge Park Realty LLC of Greenwich, Connecticut (managed by Andrew Mathias), and Beachbox Holdings II, LLC of New York (managed by Bruce Beal). A Related Companies logo is attached to the plan submittal.

A hearing before the Miami Beach Design Review Board is scheduled December 6.

 

 

Source:  The Next Miami

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