In a unanimous Miami City Commission vote, a restaurant that voters approved nine years ago for city-owned waterfront land got another nine years for completion. The unnamed restaurant is to replace the Charthouse near city hall. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
The long-awaited restaurant and bar at the nine-and-a-half acre Regatta Harbour development now occupies the former space of funky old Scotty’s Landing, in the shadow of the first Pan American seaplane terminal. The retro-chic restaurant takes full advantage of its waterfront location, allowing guests to arrive by land or by sea. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Delivered in multiple phases, the project will present more than 100,000 square feet of entertainment, retail and chef-driven restaurants.
A multi-million-dollar project to reshape the Coconut Grove waterfront into a mixed-used development called The Harbor was scheduled to demolish the aging and now-defunct Chart House restaurant Sept. 11. The only problem was that Hurricane Irma hit Miami on the same day. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
The park is the first finished project under a 2008 master plan designed to remake and open up public access to the Grove’s cluttered but historic and picturesque waterfront. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE