A virtually 2-acre parcel of land on a peninsula at the mouth of Miami Beach’s Bal Harbour Yacht Club marina is coming on the market for $65 million.

Genuine-estate veterans say that if it sells for near to that cost, the home would be a person of the most high priced slices of land at any time sold in the space.

The sellers said the site was just lately rezoned to permit the construction of a one-household house of up to 60,000 square feet. It also comes with up to seven boat slips on a safeguarded waterway and the appropriate to build a non-public helipad.

The seller is Joseph Imbesi, a longtime Bal Harbour trader who acquired the site in the late-1990s as aspect of a bigger $19 million transaction for a local social club. The property was previously residence to a clubhouse developing made by Modernist architect Alfred Browning Parker, but that constructing was demolished in 2001, Mr. Imbesi stated. “It was way past it’s time, out of use and dilapidated,” he said.

Mr. Imbesi has shown the property with his son Tony Imbesi, who is a actual-estate agent with Douglas Elliman. The young Mr. Imbesi reported he believes the value is in line with what the most effective-positioned houses are currently investing for in South Florida. He noted that a dwelling in close by Palm Beach, formerly owned by Donald Trump, not long ago traded for far more than $120 million, for occasion.