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Biophlic South Beach Office Building Designed By Norman Foster Approved By Board

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Miami Beach’s Planning Board voted unanimously to approve developer Shvo’s proposed Alton Road office project in South Beach.

Pritzker Laureate Lord Norman Foster and the team at Foster + Partners is designing the project with a biophilic design, inspired by Florida’s climate and vegetation. Kobi Karp Architects is working along with Foster on the design.

The project is known as The Alton. It is planned to rise six stories, and include:

  • 170,000 rentable square-feet of Class A office space
  • 17,000 square-feet of ground floor retail
  • five luxury residences

The next step is a Design Review Board hearing in October. If approved, construction of The Alton is expected to commence early 2024.


Source:  The Next Miami

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Developer Revises Plans For The Alton Office Building In Miami Beach

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Through BH The Alton LLC, Shvo and Deutsche Finance America have modified the plans for an office building on Miami Beach.

On 1.4 acres at 1656 Alton Road, The Alton would take the place of a few one- and two-story business buildings. It was initially described as having five floors and 250,000 square feet of offices.

The new plan, however, is for a six-story structure with 181 parking spaces, 11,770 square feet of open roof deck that would be available to office tenants and residents, five residential units totaling 11,826 square feet, and 89,610 square feet of office space.

According to dimensions provided by the Building Owners and Managers Association, the Alton would contain 170,000 square feet of office space, which comprises


Source:  RE Business

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