About the Project - Surfside Town Center
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About The Project

Pointe Development Company and Monceau Realty Group, both Miami-Dade County-based, have submitted a bid to develop Surfside Civic Center, a new Town Hall, and Civic Center for the Town of Surfside.

 

If approved, the multifaceted project would create a town square for the Town of Surfside’s rapidly growing population that would include a new town hall, new police station, and numerous new amenities for residents, including a community rooftop park, sports area overlooking the ocean, flex space, media center, class ‘A’ offices, a retail/restaurant component, and public parking.

 

The location of the proposed $33.5 million development would be at 9293 Harding Ave. and 269 93rd St., which are the respective sites of the current Town Hall and a municipal surface parking lot situated directly north.

The proposed plan contains various facets, outlined as follows:

Surfside Town Center - 3 - Collins Facing South West
A New Town Hall

As the current town hall is out of space and outdated, the proposed project would build a new and modern space to accommodate both the immediate and longer-term needs of the municipality including new amenities for town residents.

 

  • A modern, 17,705 sq. ft. three-story Town Hall with sufficient space to accommodate both immediate and longer-term needs of the municipality
  • A resident-focused third-floor consisting of flex banquet space, a gym for residents, media center, and a unique rooftop setting
  • A sustainable design to meet LEED standards with a portion of the rooftop consisting of solar panels
A New Police Station Complex

With the current police station at capacity, a new state-of-the-art police station complex with ample space and capability would be designed to accommodate the needs of a highly successful police force.

 

  • A 14,035 sq. ft. model police station complex
  • City code enforcement and permit departments will be located within the complex
  • Designated and secured parking for police staff
  • An emergency operations center in case of hurricanes and other natural disasters
Office and Retail

The retail component of the commercial building would encourage economic growth and the town’s live/work/play experience with shops and restaurants all within a short distance of each other.

 

  • A three-story, 71,878 sq. ft. commercial building including both boutique retail and class ‘A’ office space
  • Walkable and easily accessible area for pedestrians
  • Serve as an extension and enhancement of the town’s residential amenities
  • All boutique retail located on Collins and 93rd, which will only amount to nine stores
Parking

A public parking lot, designed and managed by Park One Parking, would address the current parking shortage in the town, and offer preferential rates and services to Surfside residents.

 

  • 431-space public parking garage with ticketless entry capacity
  • Preferential resident rates would be included
  • Weekend rates would increase for non-residents only
  • The garage will have designated overnight parking spaces for Collins Avenue condominium residents and can be used for hurricane evacuation purposes
  • Will include electric vehicle charging stations, assigned bicycle spaces, a designated ‘ride sharing’ area, and a license plate recognition system for ticketless parking