Sunbeam North Bay Village
North Bay Village
Sunbeam Properties is transforming 13 acres in North Bay Village into a vibrant new mixed-use development. The proposed Sunbeam North Bay Village project will create 1,936 residential units, 6% being workforce housing, adding a hotel, new restaurants, a grocer, day care and additional retail opportunities that are committed to have 5% local merchants. WSVN will continue to operate a satellite studio within the project.
The project will have 1.25 acres of space open to the public, including a dog park and access to Biscayne Bay. In addition, a ferry is proposed as an alternative mode of transportation, unprecedented for North Bay Village residents.
The site is currently a television station, radio towers, an office building, vacant restaurants a small shopping center and parking.
On August 17th the Village Planning & Zoning Board recommended that the Village Commission approve the project. On August 30th the Village Commission adopted the Sunbeam NBV project regulating plan on first reading.
On September 19th Sunbeam hosted a Town Hall Meeting to present new and updated materials. The Town Hall had an incredible attendance with over 70 people joining in person and another 80+ participating via Zoom.
On Tuesday October 11th at 8:00 PM at Village Hall on the first floor, The Village Commission will hear the Project application for second reading.
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In addition to increasing the Village's tax base for the Village, School Board and County, Sunbeam SAP will generate over $330 million in annual economic impact.
Over $20 million in Community Contribution, permit and impact fees to the Village, including a $400,000 contribution to improve and beautify Kennedy Causeway.
The Sunbeam SAP will attract investment and create a compelling destination, including a proposed new luxury hotel and observation deck.
The proposed facility will focus on a Biscayne Bay monitoring and protection program.
All buildings will meet or exceed the NBV 100 Sustainability Code and be LEED certifiable or equivalent standards.
In addition to a proposed ferry terminal, we are proposing a publicly accessible marina.
Public open space will include over 30,000 SF of Civic Space and will be landscaped with native plants and trees.
Raising the Island Walk and first floor elevations of the buildings for the long term resiliency of the site and the village's infrastructure, anticipating the raising of Kennedy Causeway
Commercial Buildings will activate Pirates Alley.
More than half the Island Walk in a single project. New restaurants and retail opportunities will activate the Island Walk and Kennedy CSWY, with a proposed grocer, day care and essential retail.
A Complete Lifestyle where most resident's needs can be met within a mile walking distance. With proposed pedestrian bridges across the 79th Street Causeway.
Greater setbacks, fewer buildings and more workforce housing than what is required under the current form based zoning code.
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