New residential building planned for 84th Street

Susan Askew
Susan Askew

New residential building planned for 84th Street:

Four-story, four-unit structure proposed

Plans have been filed with the Miami Beach Design Review Board for a new four-story, four-unit residential building to replace a one-story, multifamily residence at 816 84th Street. Architect Ariel Villella of Predomus LLC noted in the application documents that the building is “designed in a contemporary style” using “painted stucco, stainless steel cable railings, aluminum trellis and clear glazing” on the exterior.
“The plants and trees surrounding the building will be composed of a variety of salt-tolerant native plant species and the design will allow for privacy not only for this property but also for the adjacent homes,” the application states.
“As the proposed building is one story less and significantly lower in height than the maximum allowed by the current zoning ordinances, we believe that the proposed development won’t have a negative impact but rather, a positive impact and will be a big improvement for the neighborhood,” according to the application.
The North Beach property is owned by Helixa, LLC which lists a Bay Harbour Islands address. The LLC is owned by Marcelo Paglia (50%) and Franco Paglia (50%).
The existing one-story, multifamily building was constructed in 1947. The item is scheduled for the January 7 meeting of the DRB.
Details on the application here.

UPDATE: Approved by the DRB on January 7, 2020 with refinements to give more "depth" to the front façade which can be approved at a staff level.

Rendering: Predomus


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