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An increasingly popular public-private partnership under state statutes in Surfside would benefit all parties. David Wilkening | September 07, 2018 The population of the small South Florida city of Surfside at the latest count was 5,987 people and it’s ranked way down the chain as the 5,869 “largest” city in the US. So it’s no surprise it has no Class......

September 5, 2018 | Camren Skelton The proposed $33.5 million development would be located at 9293 Harding Ave. and 269 93rd St., which are the sites of the current town hall and a municipal parking lot, respectively.   SURFSIDE, FLA. — Pointe Development Co., in partnership with Monceau Realty Group, has submitted a bid to develop a new town hall......

Brian Bandell | September 4th, 2018 A pair of local developers want to redevelop the Surfside Town Hall into a civic center that would include retail and an office building. The $33.5 million project would be the latest in the trend of public-private partnerships (P3s) where private parties redevelop municipal land. Cities such as Miami, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Boynton Beach,......

Town Commission to Hear Presentation Sept. 26 Paul Owers September 4, 2018 Rendering courtesy of Pointe Development Company. Paul Owers September 4, 2018 Rendering courtesy of Pointe Development Company. A developer is proposing Class A offices and retail as part of a $33.5 million project that also would feature a new town hall, civic center and police station in Surfside,......

Pointe Development Company and Monceau Realty Group submitted an unsolicited bid for the project Katherine Kallergis | August 31, 2018 Surfside may get a new town hall. Pointe Development Company and Monceau Realty Group submitted an unsolicited proposal to build a new town hall and civic center between 87th and 96th streets. The team was the only group to submit......