The designers of the proposed apartment complex on the northwest corner of Belle Isle made their case to the island residents association Monday night — and made a little a little headway, too.
The project goes before the Miami Beach Design Review Board on July 6. City staff earlier this month deemed it out of character with the island neighborhood. You can read a previous post about that here, and the City report here (PDF).
Monday night, Belle Isle residents, who have been critical of the project in the past, reviewed it with architects Luis Revuelta and Barbara Pederzoli. They didn’t embrace it, but several said it was improved from previous versions.
Read the full story on The Belle Isle Blog.
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