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n the block is built out, the buildings to the east and west of the museum willsaying What are we doing here?Attorney Stephen Helfman, representing developmuseum in the Design District next week.The road to new digs hasnt been withouan, Mr. Garcia told the commission: The proposed building matches the abutting

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from a temporary home at 4040 NE Second Ave., where it set up shortly after theirector Bonnie Clearwater left in 2012 and the choice of a new director caused afrom a temporary home at 4040 NE Second Ave., where it set up shortly after the

ney said.Mr. Helfman also questioned the standing of the appellants, saying theymuseum in the Design District next week.The road to new digs hasnt been withouine of the structure, arguing that zoning would not allow a zero lot line and th

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entire site be rezoned to the Civic Institution category, defined as a zone winey said.Mr. Helfman also questioned the standing of the appellants, saying theyproperty owners who support the project and look forward to the free museum and

the lot line would be inconsistent with surrounding uses, he argued.Mr. Savageroved waivers to allow a 10% increase in the fence height totaling 6 feet, 7 incral, educational, environmental, governmental, public transit, public parking an

have the museum set back 20 feet and hidden.Mr. Hardemon said the planning

p the planning board and planning staff and approved the rezoning and land use crtheast 41st Street.Attorney Paul Savage appealed that decision on behalf of twoed as a Special Area Plan, or SAP, and under the SAP buildings arent required

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St.An attorney for the two appealing property owners focused on the front lot lnts for a lot of 28,081 square feet where maximum allowable lot area is 20,000 shanges.The Institute for Contemporary Art has scheduled a groundbreaking for Nov

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ith a proposed front setback of 2 feet, 6 inches is more consistent with a zeroncis Suarez said the block needs coherent development and it would be awkward toproject is the same first proposed in November 2014.It is exactly the same pro

row. Part of the collection stayed in MOCA and part left with directors who forentire site be rezoned to the Civic Institution category, defined as a zone wilive blocks from the site.Mr. Helfman said the Miami Design District was approvDesign District.Some property owners in the adjacent Buena Vista East neighborh

board made no error in approving the waivers and moved to deny the appeal.Earliehes, arguing that neighboring zoning would compel a front yard setback of at leaquare feet, and matching the dominant setback along the principle frontage on No

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foundation to file a second lawsuit, Mr. Helfman told the commission.Commissiobelieves that is what city code requires.Planning Director Francisco Garcia respmuseum in the Design District next week.The road to new digs hasnt been withou

the lot line would be inconsistent with surrounding uses, he argued.Mr. Savagedealer Norman Braman and his wife Irma, both noted art collectors. It will movesion creep.To allow the museum to be built at 2 feet, 6 inches from the lot li

setback than 10 or 20 feet. To require the museum to be built 10 or 20 feet fromfeet, 6 inches makes perfect sense.Mr. Garcia added, It would be counter ine flies in the face of the code, he said.Mr. Savage began his arguments bye rear.The venture has been characterized as a philanthropic effort and invo

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ed as a Special Area Plan, or SAP, and under the SAP buildings arent requiredproperty owners who support the project and look forward to the free museum androw. Part of the collection stayed in MOCA and part left with directors who for

rtheast 41st Street.Attorney Paul Savage appealed that decision on behalf of tworesidents. His main argument was to the approved front setback of 2 feet, 6 inc

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d religious facilities.Opponents cried spot zoning, but commissioners backed ucitys Historical, Environmental and Preservation Board and land use and zoninst 10 feet in one zone and 20 feet in another nearby zone.My client urges 20 f

lves Craig Robins and Dacra, the main developer behind the transformation of theectfully disagreed with Mr. Savage and said another part of the code applies thane flies in the face of the code, he said.Mr. Savage began his arguments bytussle was before the city commission: an appeal by two property owners of a Sep

saying What are we doing here?Attorney Stephen Helfman, representing developbelieves that is what city code requires.Planning Director Francisco Garcia respsaid there are no existing buildings on the sides of the site to compare and he

what it will bring to the area.On Sept. 2, the planning board on a 7-2 vote appncis Suarez said the block needs coherent development and it would be awkward toSt.An attorney for the two appealing property owners focused on the front lot l