Save Miami Beach

NO ON MIAMI BEACH REFERENDUM #1 | ELECTION DAY NOVEMBER 8TH

Here's the Truth that the Billionaire Mailers and Slick TV Ads Won't Tell You:

For more than 5 years, the owners of the historic Deauville Hotel have left it in a state of severe neglect, causing blight on the surrounding area and increasing crime and homelessness.

Now, they want the City to reward them with 250,000 square feet of extra development rights over what is currently allowed by our zoning.

Miami Beach voters must vote NO on this precedent- setting attempt at a land grab.

The proposed Oceanside Overlay is a developer giveaway, enriching the derelict owners of the now demolished historic landmark, the Deauville Hotel.

Thanks to strong local advocacy over many decades, the power to increase zoning rests in the hands of Miami Beach voters.

YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

NO TO MORE FAR INCREASES

Height Increase

Current Height Limit:
200' Max

New Height Limit:
375' Max

a 50% increase in maximum height in the middle of the North Beach Resort Historic District

Maximum Square Footage increase

Current Max
3.0 FAR

New Max
4.5 FAR

an increase of 250,000 square feet that could be built on the site

In total, these zoning rights if approved by voters could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars, going to the neglectful owners of the Deauville Hotel

Referendum #1 asks voters whether to grant an additional 

250,000 square feet of development rights – 

worth hundreds of millions of dollars – to the neglectful owners.

Save Miami Beach urges voters to VOTE NO on Referendum #1

COMMUNITY LEADERS AGREE: VOTE NO ON REFERENDUM 1!

Miami Design Preservation League opposes

Miami Beach United opposes

VOTE NO #231 on November 8th

This is a paid political advertisement, paid for and approved by Save Miami Beach Political Committee, 4469 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, 33140