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Big New Mixed-Use Project Coming to Old Channel 10 Studios Site on Biscayne Boulevard, Replacing Art School

July 14, 2016 by Sean McCaughan


A 13-story building called Quadro with 198 rental apartment units and 28,000 square feet of retail space is being developed by Alta Development at 3900 Biscayne Boulevard, the former site of the Channel 10 Studios, and the current location the Miami  Arts Charter School which is relocating to Wynwood.  Naturally it’s called Quadro because the building stretches from 39th to 40th Streets, although 40th Street doesn’t actually intersect with Biscayne Boulevard here (the next intersection isn’t until 50th Terrace), so that’s something…

From renderings revealed on The Next Miami, the design itself looks attractive and logical, if not particularly unique in any way. It does, however, urbanize what until now has been a rather atypical suburban stretch of Biscayne Boulevard, and it does it well. Alta partnered with the Related Group on the neighboring Baltus House, so they’re not unfamiliar with the area. Alta hired Revuelta as the design architect and Behar Font as the architect of record, although they bought the land from Nancy Karp, wife of architect Kobi Karp, a year ago for $18.4 million. Whatever anyone says about those Karps and the quality of their architecture (and I’ve said a lot), you’ve got to admit they’re pretty damn talented real estate investors.

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