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Transit-Oriented Platform 3750 Going Through Approval Process

Revised plans for Platform 3750 have been submitted to Miami’s Planning & Zoning Department.

The new plans call for:

  • 176 rental apartments (including some workforce/affordable)
  • 395 parking spaces (above the minimum required by code)
  • 27,500 square feet of office
  • 22,950 square feet of commercial

The project is located near the Douglas Road Metrorail station, and is being built on county owned land. Platform 3750 LLC, an affiliate of Hollywood’s Cornerstone Group, is the developer.

Kobi Karp is the architect.

Miami’s UDRB will review the plans on June 21. The board reviewed an earlier version of the project in November.

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Oscar
Oscar

Props to the graphic designer who created the rendering using the billboard space to promote his/her self lol.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That would be brilliant but it looks like they just got it from Google Street View.

Paul
Paul

I used to buy beer there when I was 16. How are children going to get alcohol when everything has been gentrified?

Anonymous
Anonymous

All county owned land should ONLY contain ‘workforce’ housing !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

aceraroja
aceraroja

“395 parking spaces (above the minimum required by code)”

Transit-oriented? Transit-abutting? Transit-suggestationy? Sweeping vistas of transit that someone else probably uses but nobody who lives here?

marc
marc

Hopefully that billboard gets removed.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It exists in a separate property.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Solid TOD, although the gas station is ironically in the way.

Anonymous
Anonymous

New buildings are being built near metro rail stations but the metro rail closes at 11 PM. That means this workers will have to have a 9 to 5 kind of job.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nice project but density does not seem high enough to meaningfully support ridership at a transit station. And definitely too much parking if the goal is to have residents and patrons use transit. Parking should be mainly park and ride for the transit.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Beautiful project.. nice location on Sunset Drive and US1

Anonymous
Anonymous

Actually Near the grove.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Scrap the garage and build for workforce housing. If you want to live there, learn to take Metrorail. Isn’t that the whole point?

Anonymous
Anonymous

poor people don’t deserve cars?

aceraroja
aceraroja

More like, they can build much more housing without wasting 30K per parking spot.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“Poor people” can have all the cars they want, but it’s simply not feasible to build affordable housing between Coconut Grove and Coral Gables.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They can have cars, they just don’t have expensive structured parking built for free.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nothing is free

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