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Quadro Site Cleared, Foundation Permit Pending

The developers of Quadro have cleared the project site and applied for a construction permit.

Alta Developers is planning to build 198 apartment units and 28,000 square feet of commercial space.

WPLG’s TV studio once stood on the property, and has been demolished.

City records show that a phased foundation permit is pending, with the most recent resubmission on March 28. The property owner has also been cited for tree removal without a permit.

Banco de Cr√©dito e Inversiones of Chile is financing the project, according to the developer’s website.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Good thing the dual intersection at 36th/38th and Biscayne is perfectly able to handle all these new cars!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nice project.. will add to good density around the Miami Design District. Housing for area employees.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There is a lot going on in those facades, a bit busy. I think Behar Font shouldn’t try to use every design idea in every building there are too many intersecting volumes, just a thought. Overall nice project though and nice addition to the area.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ah, 3900 Biscayne’s the address, if anyone’s curious

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

I like the idea (and good intentions) of all these buildings with side walk cafes and such, but can foot traffic in Miami really sustain these places? I’very seen several of these places close withing a year. Went to Miss Yip at the beach several times. It closed within a year when it moved to Biscayne. I don’t know what it is. I wish they would stay open, but there are areas here that just don’t have the foot traffic. Parking is always an issue, and it’s hot as hell. Please don’t tell me to take public transit. It takes hours to get somewhere and you’ll still have to walk.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There is plenty of foot traffic on Biscayne south of 36th St, definitely not as much to the north as it is currently mostly office buildings on one side and gated home community on the other. More projects with retail/restaurants in this area of Biscayne along Design District will hopefully pull people up north and into Design area (and vise versa) connecting the areas better over time.

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