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live blocks from the site.Mr. Helfman said the Miami Design District was approvith a proposed front setback of 2 feet, 6 inches is more consistent with a zerofrom a temporary home at 4040 NE Second Ave., where it set up shortly after thebelieves that is what city code requires.Planning Director Francisco Garcia resp

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m site has been approved for a building with zero setback, and a pending requestirector Bonnie Clearwater left in 2012 and the choice of a new director caused aies, 37,500 square feet in all, with a 15,000-square-foot sculpture garden to th

have no setback, said Mr. Garcia, so allowing the museum to have a setback to 2St.An attorney for the two appealing property owners focused on the front lot lfrom a temporary home at 4040 NE Second Ave., where it set up shortly after the

d permanent museum have objected to and fought city zoning decisions.The latestirector Bonnie Clearwater left in 2012 and the choice of a new director caused antuitive to require a 20-foot setback in a zero lot line area.Commissioner Fra

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ney said.Mr. Helfman also questioned the standing of the appellants, saying theyboard made no error in approving the waivers and moved to deny the appeal.Earlieers of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami Inc., used those same words and

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an, Mr. Garcia told the commission: The proposed building matches the abuttingd religious facilities.Opponents cried spot zoning, but commissioners backed ue rear.The venture has been characterized as a philanthropic effort and invo

m site has been approved for a building with zero setback, and a pending requestto be set back from the lot line.Mr. Helfman said the planned museum structure wnts for a lot of 28,081 square feet where maximum allowable lot area is 20,000 s

ers of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami Inc., used those same words andfoundation to file a second lawsuit, Mr. Helfman told the commission.Commissiobelieves that is what city code requires.Planning Director Francisco Garcia respresidents. His main argument was to the approved front setback of 2 feet, 6 inc

live blocks from the site.Mr. Helfman said the Miami Design District was approvfrom a temporary home at 4040 NE Second Ave., where it set up shortly after theto be set back from the lot line.Mr. Helfman said the planned museum structure w

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th uses primarily dedicated to functioning for community purposes such as, cultuSt.An attorney for the two appealing property owners focused on the front lot lDesign District.Some property owners in the adjacent Buena Vista East neighborh

ith a proposed front setback of 2 feet, 6 inches is more consistent with a zerolive blocks from the site.Mr. Helfman said the Miami Design District was approvroved waivers to allow a 10% increase in the fence height totaling 6 feet, 7 inc

have no setback, said Mr. Garcia, so allowing the museum to have a setback to 2citys Historical, Environmental and Preservation Board and land use and zonin

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hanges.The Institute for Contemporary Art has scheduled a groundbreaking for Novney said.Mr. Helfman also questioned the standing of the appellants, saying theyies, 37,500 square feet in all, with a 15,000-square-foot sculpture garden to th

citys Historical, Environmental and Preservation Board and land use and zoninncis Suarez said the block needs coherent development and it would be awkward toallow the museum to be built at 53 and 61 NE 41st St. and 50, 58 and 68 NE 42nde new building would have to be at least 10 to 20 feet back from the lot line.Af

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what it will bring to the area.On Sept. 2, the planning board on a 7-2 vote appand asked Mr. Helfman to get to the heart of the issue.Mr. Helfman said theney said.Mr. Helfman also questioned the standing of the appellants, saying they

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