Project to build 172 apartments on Venetian Islands gets design approval

Rendering of the project at 31 Venetian Way
Rendering of the project at 31 Venetian Way

Euroamerican Group is finally getting approval to build a new five-story multifamily building on one of the longest bayfront lots in Miami Beach.

On Tuesday, the Miami Beach Design Review Board gave design approval and granted a variance to reduce the size of a driveway for the apartment project by two-feet, clearing a last hurdle for the long-stalled Venetian Islands development.


Rendering of project at 31 Venetian Way

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Euroamerican plans to build a new five-story project with 172 residential units in two buildings on a 3.5 acre waterfront parcel at 31 Venetian Way, which takes up almost a third of the north side of Belle Isle. With 750 feet of waterfront, the project will feature a bay walk open to the public during daylight hours, and 297 parking spaces.  

The project, which has been in the planning phase for six years, will replace four existing three-story buildings built in 1939. A staff report on the project notes that project architect, Deforma Studio, has divided a previous version of the building into two structures, opening up the building “with a central view corridor that divides the building into two architectural elements.”  

Board members unanimously approved the project calling it an “entirely different project than before.”