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Miami board approves 393-apartment 2000 Biscayne

Initially a condo

Rendering of 2000 Biscayne in Miami
Rendering of 2000 Biscayne
Courtesy of Verzasca Group

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board gave a thumbs up to 2000 Biscayne, a 36-story apartment building developed by Verzasca Group.

Comprised of 393 units ranging in size from studios to three-bedrooms, the 200,000-square-foot project still requires approval from the city’s Planning and Zoning Department.

Dorsky + Yue International Architecture is the project’s designer.

Verzasca Group is also behind several other South Florida projects, including Aurora in Sunny Isles, and Le Jardin Residences and Pearl House in Bay Harbor Islands.

The project was initially pegged as a condo but plans changed in early June. The 0.75-acre site, which used to house restaurant City Hall and sits at 2000 Biscayne Boulevard,, was acquired for $13 million in Spring 2016.