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Aventura development gets commissioner approval

Mixed-use project includes hotel, medical offices, assisted living facility
April 08, 2014 01:30PM

Aerial rendering of Aventura mixed-use project

Aerial rendering of Aventura mixed-use project

Aventura commissioners approved a mixed-use development with a 230-room hotel, medical office building and assisted living facility.

Developer Aventura Land Ventures received the go-ahead for the complex last week, the Miami Herald reported. The company plans to construct the project on 7.4 vacant acres at Northeast 207th Street between 29th and 30th avenues. The project also includes a seven-story office building and 134-unit residential building.

Plans for each building – except the assisted living facility – include ground-floor retail space.

Aventura Mayor Susan Gottlieb initially expressed concerns about the development only having 1,088 parking spaces. But a traffic study concluded the scattered peak hours of operation at the different project components would prevent a parking crunch. [Miami Herald]Eric Kalis