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Updated July 16, 2021 The North Miami Beach Building and Zoning Department today ordered the immediate closure and evacuation of Crestview Towers Condominium, 2025 NE 164th St., for unsafe structural and electrical conditions.Following the tragic collapse of Champlain Towers South on June 24th, North Miami Beach immediately launched a thorough review of all condo high-rise buildings above five (5) stories to determine if they are in compliance with county and city 40 Year Recertification process and certified as safe for occupancy. Today, Crestview Towers submitted a recertification report, dated January 11, 2021, in which an engineer retained by the condo association board concluded that the 156-unit building was structurally and electrically unsafe. Crestview Towers was built in 1972.To get the latest updates on the Crestview Tower Evacuation, please call the Emergency Hotline at (786) 589-4056.If you have any of the inquiries below, please contact Management One at (305) 942-7787 or email Juliet@managementsvs.net:-Displacement and/or relocation -Reimbursements -Access to the property -Additional shelters -How to obtain belongings Residents who were evacuated last Friday will be given an opportunity to retrieve some personal belongings tomorrow, Friday, July 9, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. One representative from each family can show up anytime during those hours, and will be escorted by a police officer to their unit. They will have 15 minutes to retrieve essential items such as clothing, prescription medication and toiletries, jewelry, and other necessities. Furniture and other heavy objects cannot be removed tomorrow.Click on the links below: