Bay Harbor Islands council members agreed to change its land-use rules, allowing for slightly larger condo towers.
The council had been considering the move ever since it discovered that it was the only town that counted balconies in total building coverage.
It has tentatively approved a revision of the code’s definition of total building coverage for properties in the RM3 district, which is comprised of five waterfront buildings on the Eastern Island, according to the Miami Herald.
“We found it very unusual that the definition includes that provision,” said town planner Michael Miller. [Miami Herald] – Christopher Cameron