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Design Board Approves 1824 Alton on Miami Beach

More Construction is coming to Sunset Harbor

While Sunset Harbor continues to undergo major reconstructive surgery to its roads and buildings another project has been approved by the Miami Beach Design Review Board.

The four-story commercial project at 1824 Alton Road was been unanimously approved by the board on Tuesday, per The Real Deal, paving the way for a 109,000-square-foot project that will feature a 160-seat restaurant, over 11,000 square feet of ground retail, over 15,000 square feet of second-floor retail, and 130 parking spaces on its top two floors.

The attractive space along the traffic-laden Alton Road was previously occupied by a Chevron gas station before an affiliate of Saber Real Estate Advisors purchased the property for $7.3 million last year and leveled it.

The Kobi Karp-designed building will also wisely have its garage entrance on 18th street and not Alton. What a disaster the latter would be.

Miami Beach board approves 1824 Alton Road project on former gas station site [TRD]