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I was fortunate to be invited as a guest to the New York Yacht Club for cocktails and I was just plan awe struck. As I approached the building I just couldn't believe my eyes. The architecture, as I later learned, was of a Beaux-Arts style, totally stunning with the windows vividly depicting the sterns of early day sailing ships overhanging a wavy sea. Then the interior, the most classic I've ever seen, can only be described as drop dead lavishly gorgeous. The fireplace has a mantel like piece bigger than life exuding the warmth of being in a classic club of the finest in tradition. The club is of course most famous for defending the America's Cup which it did successfully from 1870 to 1983; described as "being the longest winning streak in history." As I didn't eat here I can't comment upon the food but I can comment upon the Manhattan I had. It was done with a very good rye and garnished with real Maraschino wine soaked cherries; not those cheapo bright red faux done with a brine cherries you'll find in the typical grocery store. A darn good cocktail done in classic style and tradition. I can only say that if you are fortunate enough to have the chance of being invited, it's an invitation not to be overlooked.

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I too am not a member but was a guest of a member who entertained us at lunch, which was absolutely delicious, served by an expert, Keith, who makes all other servers I have look like amateurs. The forraged mushroom soup was excellent. I had little room for anything else. The exhibits in the Model Room must be seen to be believed, as well as the carpet which is, i think, the largest from a single weave anywhere in the world. You can just think of a 'magic' persian carpet. You have to be a member to dine here and you may run the risk of disquieting stares from 'real' members who do not 'cotton to women who don't meet their notion of'appropriate age dressing.' But this happens even at bus stops, so........ BTW the people at the entrance, not the checkroom but the front desk bent over backwards to helpfully provide subway information, which is really unique, as they are probably the only people in the place who use the subway! But thanks to them, a young man was especially helpful.

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This place is first class. I just attended the National Historic Maritime Society dinner. The dining room is gorgeous and historical with thousands of model ships. The food was above and beyond what I expected. The 3 course dinner included a fancy salad with a cheese bread that was mouth watering, a perfectly cooked and seasoned steak with mushrooms, onions and broccoli rabe and a rum raisin dessert. I enjoyed every minute of being there and every bite!

Views of the model ships in the main dining room

Views of the model ships in the main dining room

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Very private club and we were happy to have been allowed to stay there as a guest of someone else. August is offseason because they are all out at Newport at their other location sailing and enjoying being out of the hot city. The restaurant and bar was closed But we did not mind. We took full advantage and were able to check out all the rooms in the place including the wonderful model room. No pics allowed but trust me the place is incredible. The architecture is so special and hard to describe but we just loved it. Our room was small but was really very nice and the bed was super comfortable. Just an elegant place and in a very well suited area of Manhatten near Times Square. The desk clerk was about the only one working and he was wonderful and answered any question we had and provided anything we needed in a very timely manner. We hope to come back again someday.

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We had a private dinner here for an organization I'm in. What a great choice of venue! The service was flawless, the food was amazing, the drinks were stiff but not overly so, and the decor/atmosphere was incredible. I had never been to a place like this before. It was pretty cool to be in a "high society" setting.

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Came here for an FCS Luncheon and while the food wasn't very impressive, the room was absolutely gorgeous! We dined in the Model Room, which contains a magnificent collection of "full and half hull models including a scale model history of all New York Yacht Club America's Cup challenges. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1987." The food and service was a solid four but I took off one star for the stuffy atmosphere. What can you expect from an invitation only Yacht Club?

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I attended a formal catered event in the Model Room and had a great experience. They served quality food that had nice presentation. It is elegantly decorated throughout and has interesting artifacts that would please any Marine lover.

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Because I am not a member of the NYYC I feel a little naughty writing a review, but hey I have been there, twice now - so here goes. And out of interest, both visits were during weekday lunch in the Grill Room. It is very cool down there, probably one of the coolest restaurants I have been to in NY. It's beautiful and couldn't be any more properly nautical without actually being on a yacht! My favorite part of the room was for sure the chiming clock on the half hours. The service was impeccable and the food (in this case a med-well cheeseburger) was perfect. Upstairs the Model Room steals the show of course, but that is not where we ate. Four stars only, because well it is *slightly* stuffy, just a bit buttoned up for my comfort, I wouldn't want to have a few too many cocktails and let my hair down if you know what I mean - but perhaps that is not what it is meant to be about anyway. If you're ever lucky enough to be invited, definitely go!

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Love this place. What a gorgeous venue! Will upload photos of the Model Room soon! We had dinner upstairs and the waiters/servers were quite nice except the head waiter. The food was not very good for dinner but the hors d'oeuvres were great (mushroom pastries, tuna tartare w/ cucumber, pistacchio-encrusted lamb chops--delicious! but hard to eat standing up, crab cakes). The chocolate cake was too thick, the salad had too much dressing on it, and the fish was tasteless and tough. But still a lovely place to wine and dine!

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Thursday June 4th 2015 around 8pm. I didn't make it past the front lobby. My friend who was spending the night there forgot to tell me that I couldn't wear jeans. I should have known better. However, while informing the staff at the front desk that I was meeting a friend who is spending the night at NYYC, he proceeded to reply with "you actually have a friend who can afford to stay here?". After I gave him my friend's name, he found my friend's reservation and then told me about the "no jeans policy". I was wearing a dressy top with a cardigan and navy blue jeans topped with heels. Meanwhile he was letting in those who wore leggings and combat boots. I didn't realize that leggings are considered more dressy nowadays. Needless to say I'll never go back. I'd rather spend more money at Cornell Club who will accept me regardless of what I wear and won't be a jerk about it.

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The Harlem Yacht Club, founded in 1883, is one of the oldest yacht clubs in the United States.  

We’ve been based here on City Island since 1894. This unique New York City community is the gateway to the cruising grounds of Long Island Sound to the east and New York City to the west.  

With a full complement of services and activities for boat-owners, new sailors, and social members alike, HYC has something to offer everyone. Come visit us and see. Write to [email protected] to arrange a tour or get more information.

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These buildings represent so much to American history, and to adventurers everywhere who have sailed the open seas.

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Founded in 2007, the mission of the New York Yacht Club Foundation is maintaining and restoring the New York Yacht Club’s magnificent Clubhouses on 44th Street in Manhattan and at Harbour Court in Newport, Rhode Island. Through tax-deductible contributions and donations, the Foundation grants funds for the Club’s important, ongoing capital projects in New York and Newport. “Preserving our past, safeguarding our future” is the goal of the NYYC Foundation.

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The “stations” of the New York Yacht Club are located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, and at Harbour Court in Newport, Rhode Island, overlooking the historic waters of Brenton Cove and Narragansett Bay.

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Restoring and Reforming the Formal Garden

Almost a century after Natalie Bayard Brown first wandered along the bluestone pathways of her beloved Formal Garden at Harbour Court, by the spring of 2018 the harsh New England weather had taken its toll: the paths, steps and fieldstone walls were crumbling and restoration work was needed.

Shedding New Light on the Palm Café

Architect Whitney Warren created an aura of French “café society” when conceiving the curved, glass-conservatory design of the iconic room on 44th Street known as the Palm Café.

Clear Windows Upon the City

First impressions are always the most lasting, which is certainly the case with the New York Yacht Club’s incomparable Clubhouse on 44th Street, the defining feature of which are the 149 windows that grace the façade. But windows, of course, don’t last forever, and after 120 years those in Manhattan require serious attention.

A “Face Lift” at Harbour Court

In 2012, the distinctive stucco-and-limestone frontage of Harbour Court—originally completed in 1905—was deteriorating almost literally before Club members' eyes.

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Over the next decade, with important work either completed, in the planning stages or under way at Harbour Court or 44th Street, there are multiple projects that require major funding to ensure that the Clubhouses are preserved for future generations. These efforts—including a seawall to rebuild and a boathouse to restore at Harbour Court—and the ongoing annual maintenance of these historic buildings are made possible by the New York Yacht Club Foundation and your generous support.

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For over a century, a long line of generous donors and philanthropists have played a central role in conserving and restoring the Club’s extraordinary buildings and grounds. Today, this important work is carried on by the New York Yacht Club Foundation, and you are invited to join in their vital, ongoing mission.

The Club and the Foundation are the stewards of a pair of matchless architectural jewels. In many ways, the Foundation’s current calling is continuing the NYYC’s philanthropic legacy that was originally launched by Commodore J. Pierpont Morgan, who in 1897 donated the Midtown property on which the 44 th Street clubhouse was erected. 

To maintain such a treasured historical icon’s façade and interior in the style and finish that it deserves requires long-term planning and significant financial support, which is provided directly through donations to the New York Yacht Club Foundation.

If the 44 th Street clubhouse, with its famous, unsurpassed Model Room, offers members a spiritual connection to the seas, the Newport “station” at Harbour Court is their literal gateway to blue water. Together, these buildings forge a meaningful connection between the New York Yacht Club’s past, present and future.

For more information or assistance with making a contribution, please contact the Foundation by calling 401-608-1125 or [email protected] .

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C lub Facilities

Our facilities are located at Liberty Harbor Marina in Jersey City. This location is easily reached by public transportation, ferries and car. Our land-based Clubhouse features a grass lawn and several decks where Members can relax on rocking chairs. If you live in an apartment, our Clubhouse will become your backyard and outdoor terrace.

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Members love to relax at the Clubhouse and escape the bustle of city life. After races, teams gather around the BBQs and cook dinner. On weekends, Members enjoy the cushioned benches below the sun awning. The social connections and friends you make at the Manhattan Yacht Club will become an important part of your life.

“I wish to be a member for the sailing first and foremost. I intend to continue learning through sailing and eventually skipper boats recreationally. In addition to the on-water experience, I wish to join Manhattan Yacht Club for the social aspects off-water. I’ve recently moved to NYC and would love to engage with others who have shared interests.”    – Conner

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We are an active Club and Members love sailing. From our Club’s beginning in 1987, we have maintained a fleet of J/24s which is available for all Members to use. You can sail at our Club without owning a boat. The Club currently keeps 13 white J/24s on floating docks in front of the Clubhouse. These boats are all professionally maintained to high standards. There are also an additional 10 red J/24s which are used for our sailing school.

“I have been to Manhattan Yacht Club on several occasions. All of my dealings with staff have been tremendous, courteous and extremely professional. The Manhattan Yacht Club has a prestigious reputation with a community/family feel with many activities and social connections. I want to expand my network of sailing enthusiasts whilst continuing my education through the school. I believe my membership with MYC would incredibly enrich my passion for sailing and it would be an honor to be a member.”    – Bonnie

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In addition to the original shared-use fleet, Members are now adding private boats to the Club. These include cruising boats as well as the new fleet of International One Designs plus Sunfish dinghies.

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Racing Programs

MYC is renowned for our racing programs. There are Member J/24 races on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and a corporate sailing league on Thursdays. The IOD fleet races on Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons.

“MYC has a great reputation and I experienced some of it’s fantastic sailing community vibes. I would like to bring in my dedication and knowledge to this very special community.  I always try to keep the team together and am of course also keen to help setting up social events for the sailing community.”   – Anja

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The Sunfish dinghies race on Saturday afternoons.

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There is even an affiliated program which races historic America’s Cup 12 Meters. In winter, the Club organizes a Frostbite Series for Sunfish dinghies. Every few years, we organize the Lady Liberty Regatta and the International Yacht Club Challenge.

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Cruising Programs

Each year, many new sailors join our Club with some of them coming from Manhattan Sailing School. After discovering the sport of sailing, people want to gain more experience. Our Club J/24s sail seven days a week from May until October. We have a very popular “Fleet Captain Program” where Skippers volunteer to take fellow Members sailing. This is a great way for new sailors to get involved in the Club, improve their skills and begin making sailing connections. There is also an active Day Sailing League.

“My experience at the sailing school reflected very positively on the club. The instructors themselves, the other MYC members and leadership who spoke on calls, and the members we ran into at the club over the weekend were all welcoming, encouraging, and friendly. This club feels like a great place to get back into sailing. I was also impressed by the club’s fleet of boats and the structured programs in place to grow sailing skills (my experience with the sailing school makes me excited to get sailing again in the fleet captain program).”    – Marc

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Mentor Program

Our Club also has a strong educational philosophy. In addition to the Fleet Captain Program which turns novices into seasoned crew, we have a Mentor Program. This is where Club Skippers work with aspiring sailors to improve their skills with the goal of passing our Skipper Certification Test.

“I wish to be a member because I thoroughly enjoyed my time doing the weekend Basic Sailing course and learned a lot. I would like to continue to learn and improve my skills and I think the Manhattan Yacht Club is the best place to do that. I appreciate that you have a mentoring program where experienced sailors can impart their wisdom on newer sailors, and like that the club does multiple social events.”   – Nina

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Honorable William Wall

Manhattan Yacht Club’s first major clubhouse is called the “Honorable William Wall” and it is anchored in the harbor near Ellis Island. This clubhouse serves as a spectator platform for the sailboat races and is open from Tuesday through Saturday. This clubhouse is affectionately known as the “Willy Wall” and features an open air bar on the upper deck. MYC Members receive 50% off all drinks at the Willie Wall, just show your membership card! This Clubhouse is also open to the public and used for corporate events. There is a $20 launch fee to reach the clubhouse and Members receive first option for signature events like the Full Moon Party. The Willy Wall is a super impressive place to entertain friends, family and co-workers, plus visitors from out of town.

“I wish to be a member of the Manhattan Yacht Club primarily to improve my sailing skills, and secondly to expand my social network of like-minded people. I was incredibly impressed by the welcoming nature of the members of the club and I’d like to get to know more members of the club.”    – Ian

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Arabella is the Flagship of Manhattan Yacht Club. She is a 157-foot mega yacht which offers a luxurious atmosphere and a great place for high-end entertaining. Arabella is primarily used for private events and charters but she is also opened occasionally on an evening for Members. During the summer, Arabella also serves as the Club’s floating hotel. She will accompany the 12 Meter sailors to Newport for the World Championships. Next winter, Arabella will also travel to the Caribbean and Members can book a cabin onboard for a week of mega yachting.

“Growing up sailing was a great escape from the city and was an activity I really enjoyed. Once I started University, sailing became less of a priority and joining a club was difficult in my university. Now that I’ve moved to NYC and started a new job, having the opportunity to be out on the water and take a break from traditional city life, while meeting people who share an appreciation for sailing, would be wonderful.”   – Alexander

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Member Community

Our community is an active, engaged and diverse group composed from all backgrounds. Our Members share a common passion for sailing. Almost all Members experience a significant increase in their recreational and social lives after joining Manhattan Yacht Club.

“I took my basic course with Parker, whose enthusiasm for sailing, and the club was so contagious! This seems exactly like the next step I need in order to learn, have fun, and make new friends.”   – Karen

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Traveling With the Club

Sailing will take you around the world! Our Club usually organizes one or more international trips every year. In the winter, we organize “Caribbean Week” when Members fly to the Caribbean to sail in the sun for a week as part of a fun flotilla on chartered boats. In November, we head to Bermuda for a vacation and sailing on IODs. We send a team every two years to participate in Monaco Classic Week in September. We also send sailors to the 12 Meter Worlds in Newport RI.

“I really enjoyed my experience with the sailing course. I liked the people I met, the atmosphere of the club, and I’m excited about the events the club puts on. It seems like an excellent place to continue building my experience sailing. I am also excited about the global partnerships as I do like to travel.”   – Kristen

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Other Social Events

Closer to home, our big annual social events are the Sailors Ball every April and the Annual Dinner every December. In between there are many gatherings at the Clubhouse, Full Moon Parties in the harbor plus BBQs almost every night during the sailing season.

“I live in Manhattan, and this seems like a great way for me to get more involved in sailing. I sailed my senior year of college, and I sailed J22s quite a bit last summer when I was living in Charleston. This club would be a great way for me to not only learn to race sailboats, but also to meet other individuals in the community who also enjoy sailing. After enrolling in the Manhattan sailing school, I think this would be a great segway into getting more active in the sailing community and growing my sailing knowledge and skillset.”    – Daniel

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Dues & Initiation Fee

All Members begin by joining the Club as a Regular Member. This provides you with access to the Club community, facilities as well as the shared-use fleet of J/24s if you wish.

The initiation fee is $250. Regular dues are $1,700 per year and billed in quarterly installments. All dues and initiation fees are non-refundable once charged by the club.

Dues for your first year are pro-rated based on the sailing season. If you join from January through May, you pay normal dues. If you join in June, you pay 5/6 the annual dues. In July, you pay 4/6, August is 3/6, September is 2/6 and October is 1/6.

When viewing the graph below, please note that dues for 2024 remain the same as for 2023.

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Juniors (25 and under) & Seniors (65 and older) also qualify for 50% off dues.

Members who wish to have Skipper Privileges on the Club fleet of J/24s pay an additional $800 per year. This allows you to reserve a boat and choose the friends you wish to take sailing.

Family Add-On

If you are married or have children under the age of 25, they are automatically granted non-sailing privileges under your membership. This means they can visit the Honorable William for Member Nights and take part in all club social events.  If your spouse and/or children under 25 also wish to be active sailing members and use the club boats and sailing programs like racing, fleet captain and mentoring, then there is a “Family Add-On” with dues of $425 per person per year (1/4 of the full regular dues).

“It’s a fantastic club at an amazing location, and everyone I’ve met so far has been so friendly and welcoming. With the opportunity to continue learning, and to hone my skills upon the most iconic waterway in the world, why wouldn’t I want to be a member?!”     – Edward

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How To Join

It’s easy to join the Club. Just complete this on-line Membership Application & Agreement and specify the date you want your membership to begin and what Orientation Meeting you will attend.

“I thoroughly enjoyed the basic sailing course and I felt there is a great community and social side to MYC too as well as the opportunity to learn to sail. I was impressed by the number of programs and opportunities for new members to continue learning e.g. fleet captain program.”    – Lauren

If you have any questions about the club and how it works, or wish to see the facilities, please email  [email protected] before applying for membership. Once you are ready to join, complete the Membership Application & Agreement. Upon receipt, you will be charged the $250 initiation fee. This initiation fee is non-refundable in case you do not follow through with membership. Then once your membership begins, you can start sailing and hanging out at the club!

“I want to continue building on the basic sailing skills I learned with the Manhattan Sailing School, build my network and socialize with other members as I moved to New York last year. The events look like fun, and the Club is also easy to get to from Manhattan which is an added perk.”    – Stephanie

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How Much Does a New York Yacht Club Membership Cost?

The New York Yacht Club, said to be the best club in the world by sailors, is located in New York City and New Port, Rhode Island.  It was founded in 1844 by a group of yachtsmen at the time.

The club was established in 1844, making it one of the oldest clubs in New York.

To date, the club has more than 3,000 members, and membership to the club is by invitation only.

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How much does a New York Yacht Club membership cost?

Being a private club, the fees are not publically known, but from our research from third-party sources, we found the membership fees are said to be said to be low $xx,xxx annually and the initiation dues are said to be less than $25,000.  These are estimates given by a third-party source and cannot be deemed accurate.  Refer to the club for more information on the exact pricing.

To join the club, a potential member has to be nominated by a current club member, and as a requirement, the applicant needs to have applicable boating experience and three letters of recommendations.  If approved for membership, the new member is allowed to attend a reception ceremony at the Harbor Court, weather permitting in spring or at the clubhouse at 44th street in the fall.  To read more about the club’s application procedure and by-laws, you can refer to this official PDF.

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The headquarters offers high-end dining options, patios and libraries filled with books from floor to ceiling, according to Investopedia .  As per BusinessInsider.com , the primary clubhouse also features the  Model Room , which is a room featuring a massive display of model ships.

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The club’s headquarters, a six-story stone-front building, is located on 44th street in Manhattan.  Aside from this location, as mentioned, the club offers a located on the water in Newport, Rhode Island.

The club is known for starting the  Americas Cup  yacht race.

54 percent of the members are yacht owners as per the official brochure.  Of these, 1,116 are sailboards and 614 are powerboats.  The rest are yachts ranging from 22 to 289 feet long.

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Aimco’s waterfront Brickell office and apartment towers hit the market for $650M: source

4.3-acre assemblage allows for redevelopment with supertalls totaling over 3M sf

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Aimco’s waterfront office tower and adjacent apartment building in Brickell hit the market for roughly $650 million, marketed as a possible redevelopment opportunity, The Real Deal has learned. 

The Denver-based real estate investment trust wants to sell the 32-story Brickell Bay Office Tower at 1001 Brickell Bay Drive and the 31-story, 357-unit Yacht Club Apartments at 1111 Brickell Bay Drive, according to a news release from the listing brokers and Aimco’s annual earnings report filed to the Securities and Exchange Commission. 

Robert Given and Troy Ballard are leading the CBRE team marketing the properties. 

The release and Aimco’s SEC filings didn’t include the asking price, and Given and Ballard declined to comment on it. Aimco, or Apartment Investment and Management Company, declined to comment. 

A source confirmed the target price is about $650 million. 

The 4.3-acre site could be redeveloped with multiple supertalls with a total of more than 3.1 million square feet, the release says. By-right uses include condos, hotel keys, offices, retail or a combination of these. 

The height is capped at 1,049 feet, or the tallest allowed in Miami under Federal Aviation Administration rules. 

The 300,000-plus-square-foot Brickell Bay Office Tower is 80 percent leased, with most of the terms running through 2027, meaning the property is encumbered until then, Given said. Yacht Club Apartments is 97 percent leased, he said.  

Led by CEO Wes Powell, Aimco bought a 95 percent ownership stake in the office tower in 2019 for $157 million, the firm’s earnings reports at the time showed. Aimco purchased Yacht Club in 2009 for an undisclosed amount. 

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In 2016, Aimco won Miami Urban Development Board approval to redevelop the Yacht Club garage with a 61-story, 572-unit apartment tower. The tower was never built. 

The Yacht Club was completed in 1998 and Brickell Bay Office Tower in 1985, according to property records. 

In its 2023 earnings report , the REIT reported a $1.4 million decline of “other proportionate net operating income,” partly due to lease expirations at the office tower. Aimco expects the buildings’ sales to close by year-end, though it added that a deal would “occur only if pricing and terms are favorable,” the report said. The proceeds would be primarily allocated toward “returning capital to stockholders and retiring associated liabilities.” 

Elsewhere in Miami, Aimco completed the renovation of the 28-story, 276-unit Hamilton apartment tower at 555 Northeast 34th Street last year, according to the firm’s earnings report. Aimco had bought the building in 2020 for $89.6 million . 

The listing comes amid a booming Brickell office market, largely fueled by billionaire hedge funder Ken Griffin moving his Citadel and Citadel Securities’ headquarters to the neighborhood in 2022. 

Griffin is expected to have a headquarters tower developed for his firms on the bayfront site at 1201 Brickell Bay Drive, which he purchased in 2022 for a record $363 million . The site is one lot south of Yacht Club. 

Until the headquarters tower, which would include a hotel on the top floors, is built, Citadel and Citadel Securities leased temporary space at 830 Brickell at 830 Brickell Plaza and the Southeast Financial Center at 200 South Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami  

Brickell’s condo market also has caught developers’ eyes. The latest planned projects include Property Markets Group’s 34-story, 240-unit One Twenty Brickell condo tower at 120 Southwest 8th Street. Michael Stern’s JDS Development Group is developing the 67-story Mercedes-Benz-branded mixed-use tower with 791 condos at 191 Southwest 12th Street. 

New Cape Coral Yacht Club designs: Most on council like a coastal, Key West vibe

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Given three different design options for the new Yacht Club Community Center , most of the Cape Coral City Council is leaning toward a coastal, Key West-flavor architecture.

At a committee of the whole meeting on Wednesday, the city sought direction from the council on a design direction for the outside of the community building.

"It's a concept, just like we do with anything else, and as we are designing, things may come up that we want to shift and be nimble (on)," said Cape Coral City Manager Michael Ilczyszyn.

James Pankonin with Kimley Horn, a consulting firm focusing on public and private developments, presented the information about the look of the community building.

Cape Coral's Yacht Club Community Park, which includes a yacht basin, tennis courts, a swimming pool, a ballroom, and a beach, has been a popular attraction and staple for the city since the 1960s but is set to undergo major renovations after Hurricane Ian delayed the original plans .

The current plans include a new two-story community center to replace the ballroom, removing the tennis courts, rearranging the area to accommodate a four-story parking garage, a new restaurant, and a new resort-style pool.

The city is also preparing for the demolition of the Yacht Club and its facilities in April as it awaits permits.

No estimates could be provided for the price of the new building.

"It will really come into how much of certain materials are needed and construction methods," Ilczyszyn said.

The city will have that information once they have 30% of the construction design.

Two public meetings for the designs are planned for April 2 and May 7.

After getting public input, the city will vote to amend its contract with Kimley Horn to approve all these changes.

The plan is to have these changes approved or introduced before the summer hiatus.

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New Designs for the Yacht Club building

John Bryant with Sweet Sparkman Architecture and Interiors, a Sarasota-based design firm, said the goal with the new designs was to maintain the experience of the original Yacht Club.

The majority of the council preferred option one.

Design one:

Bryant described the first option as "coastal vernacular" and similar to the park buildings at Lake Kennedy and Yellow Fever Creek.

"So it's sort of informed by the current architectural work in 2024," Bryant said. "Kinda Key West."

Councilmember Dan Sheppard and Mayor John Gunter preferred option one.

Gunter said the design was the most pleasing for him.

Councilmember Keith Long liked option one and said he liked the Key West aesthetic.

Councilmember Tom Hayden liked option one.

Design two:

Option two is more informed by the current Yacht Club and would have a stone base and mid-century feel to it, according to Bryant.

"There's certainly opportunity to kind of further develop this option to have even more of the existing Yacht Club feel, but a different vibe, feel than option one," Bryant said.

He also said option two might be more expressive the closer they try to recreate the aesthetic of the old ballroom building.

Councilmember Jessica Cosden liked design two as it incorporated design elements of the old building though she lamented how similar it looked to the first design.

"I wish we could have done more, but I know it's hard with a two-story building, to make it look the same as a very unique one-story building.

Councilmember Bill Steinke said two would be his choice as well, but was wary of additional maintenance of natural wood products used in the design.

"As long as we can bring that aesthetic and keep the maintenance down, number two would be my choice," Steinke said.

Councilmember Robert Welsh said he could go either way, but he liked the look of two.

Design three:

This would be more contemporary and modern.

"Even with a more contemporary language, you can still have warmth, incorporating some wood elements and stone elements," Bryant said.

None of the council members expressed any favorability for the third design.

Inside the new community center

The Community Center will have an additional 10,000 square feet for a total of 47,000 square feet, a history room to remember the first ballroom building on the first floor, and more rooms for civic and community use on the first floor.

Additionally, the new ballroom has shifted slightly as the balcony area on the second floor has been expanded to wrap around the top of the building.

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