In a split vote after five exhaustive hours of debate, Key Biscayne’s Village Council approved a developer’s proposal for a Walgreens drug store alongside a new wine and liquor store.
Key Biscayne Gateway Partners is developing the commercial block at 12, 22 and 24 Crandon Boulevard, where existing establishments have already closed.
Gateway Partners has agreed to limit motor vehicle access from a shopping plaza next door and follow other conditions set by the council to prevent traffic from building up in the already packed lot, according to Miami Today. Other recent developments in Key Biscayne include a condominium project by developer Eric Soulavy dubbed 101 Sunrise. [Miami Today] — Angela Hunt