The owners of two Fisher Island parcels have submitted plans to Miami-Dade County for a 9-story, 57-unit condo and 12 single-family residences on the northeast section of the island. The project would encompass part of the current golf course and would require moving the dock now used by the island’s private ferry used by residents and staff. Reported Miami Herald.
The homes would take a portion of the golf course, according to a settlement in early July between Fisher Island Club and Fisher Island Holdings. Fisher Island Holdings would pay the club $2.5 million in cash once it receives zoning approval.
Floor plans submitted in early July show unit layouts ranging from a one-bedroom, one-bathroom with 2,856 square feet to a three-bedroom, three-bathroom and half bath spanning 4,777 square feet. The building would have 169 parking spaces and 93 golf cart spaces. Amenities include a reading room, two pools, a cafe, gym and spa.
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