Intracoastal Mall New Megaproject in North Miami Beach
The Intracostal Mall is a 29-acre land with 234,000 square feet of retail space that houses 33 stores and a three-story Asa College office building located on the Intracostal Waterways and 163rd, in North Miami Beach. The property is own by Dezer Development who just secured a key approval from the city of North Miami Beach Planning & Zoning Board to convert the modest open shopping center into a mixed-use development that will include 2000 luxury waterfront condos, a harbor, a new canal, and a public promenade.
Mr. Dezer will return to the city of North Miami Beach next month after commissioners voted to pass zoning amendments and a 30-year development agreement. Dezer Development mega-project will include 85- foot tall apartment buildings, and high-rises ranging between 160 feet to 495 feet in height. 35-foot tall townhomes, and rental condos; 250 hotel rooms, 375,000 square feet of retail space and 200,000 square feet of office space, a harbor, and eight acres with a central park. The retail space will include a grocery store and entertainment. The Developer will also build a transportation bus hub and water taxi, police and fire substation, a community center, and a new infrastructure around the Mall. Also includes traffic mitigation that will increase the number of traffic lanes at Northeast 35th Ave, from four to six lanes, and widen the Intracostal Mall entrance.
The Intracostal Mall sits next to the luxury waterfront community of Eastern Shores, many of its residents are opposed to the zoning changes, worried about the impact the megaproject will have in the neighborhood with more traffic, more pollution on the Intracostal waters. If the North Miami Beach city approves the project it will be done in four phases, the first phase could take three years from the time the Developer receives building permits. Dezer Development hired Bernard Zyscovich, as the architect and planner to design the new Intracostal Mall.
Eastern Shores North Miami Beach real estate is an affluent waterfront residential neighborhood nestled between Maule Lake and the Intracostal waterways, with single-family homes, two-stories townhomes, and condominiums. Eastern Shores was first all mangroves until the land was built in the late 1950s, today- Eastern Shores has a collage of Mediterranean and Modern masterpiece homes with up to seven bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, boat docks up to 160 linear feet and just a short distance to the Atlantic Ocean. Eastern Shores is a 24/7 gated community, is within walking distance to Sunny Isles Beach, just a few miles to Aventura Mall and Bal Harbour Shops, convenience and prestige are waiting for you in your next home in Eastern Shores.