North Miami Beach Intracoastal Master Plan
The Intracoastal Master Plan will be a new, mixed use waterfront neighborhood with a connected system of parks, shaded walkways and a waterfront promenade.
The seven block neighborhood will provide 2000 new residences including waterfront townhomes and multi-story condominium buildings, ground floor retail, an office tower and boutique hotel.
A Connected Walkable Community
The 9 acres of park + open space will be linked by a series of connected walkways + waterfront promenades with new, safer connections to Oleta Park.
The outdoor space is designed to have extensive tree canopy with shady places to walk, outdoor seating, playgrounds, a dog park, pocket parks + a large central park overlooking the water.
Economic Impact + New Jobs
An estimated $11 million per year in ad valorem taxes, which is 63% more than the city received in taxes for 2019.
4,100 permanent jobs including 2,700 estimated for NMB residents
18,000 Temporary Jobs including11,800 estimated for NMB residents
Life Safety + Infrastructure Improvements
The development will include:
New police + fire stations
New lift station
New gas line servicing the community
Extensive landscaping + streetscape on 35th Avenue
Traffic + Transit Improvements
A new signalized intersection at NE 36th Avenue + an additional northbound lane on 35th Avenue will increase capacity + reduce existing congestion.
New bus shelters on site with wifi + real time bus schedules.
Safer pedestrian crossings to Oleta Park.
Dedicated bicycle lanes will provide additional means of transportation.
Dezer Development submitted their application for the Intracoastal Master Plan development on August 30, 2019. It included a development agreement which specified the maximum allowable development capacity for the project, and zoning changes to accommodate a new harbor and to shift taller buildings away from the community and along 163rd Street.
The City held two public TRAD meetings to discuss the application on September 13, 2019 and March 26, 2020.
The Planning and Zoning Board approved the development agreement and zoning changes on July 13, 2020.
The City Commission approved the first reading of the development agreement and zoning changes September 24, 2020 and the second reading on October 20. The project was reconsidered after the October 20th hearing with a final hearing and approval on November 10.
Timeline of Public Process
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Melissa Hege, AICP
Developer: Dezer Development
Designers: Zyscovich Architects, Langan Engineers
Traffic: Kimley Horne
Legal Representation: Holland + Knight
Outreach: MHCP COLAB