An approved plan calls for the construction of a new Class A office building in South Beach by premium real estate developer Shvo.
The Miami Beach Planning Board unanimously approved the construction of One Soundscape Park on January 30, according to Michael Shvo, CEO and Chairman of the real estate development company. Located at 1665-1667 Washington Ave., this five-story Class A office building spans 62,500 square feet and is situated across from both SoundScape Park and the New World Symphony.
According to a press release, the project would be the first office structure built by Peter Marino Architect, a 160-person architecture business based in New York that Marino started in 1978. The building will have a roof terrace, on-site valet parking, and a private porte-cochere entrance with vertical gardens. It will be co-designed by Miami-based firm Kobi Karp Architects.