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Biscayne Landing project moves forward with construction approval

180-acre project calls for more than 4,000 residences, 37 acres of outdoor space

January 29, 2015 03:00PM

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Biscayne Landing and Michael Tillman

Biscayne Landing and Michael Tillman

The North Miami City Council streamlined the construction approval process for Oleta Partners’ Biscayne Landing project at a meeting on Tuesday.

Council members agreed to amend the city’s code and conditional use permit, which will expedite the development’s progress.

“These approvals complete one of the primary components of the Memorandum of Understanding between the city of North Miami and Oleta Partners and will allow us to move forward with the Biscayne Landing project,” Michael Tillman, president of Oleta Partners, said in a statement.

The 180-acre project calls for more than 4,000 residences, 37 acres of parks and recreation space and more than 800,000 square feet of retail space at Northeast 151st Street and Biscayne Boulevard. — Katherine Kallergis

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