1,143 Apartments Under Construction In One Photo, As Work Begins At Midtown 6

Contractors have broken ground on the Midtown 6 apartment building in Midtown Miami, bringing the total number of apartments under construction in the immediate area to 1,134.

The new tower follows the quick success at filling up an adjacent 400-unit apartment tower, Midtown 5, by the same developer.

In August, Magellan Development of Chicago obtained a $110 million construction loan for Midtown 6 from lead lender PNC Bank.

When complete, Midtown 6 will be a 32-story tower with 447 apartments and 40,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. A parking garage will have 601 spaces.

 

Thousands of units can be seen under construction in the below photos.

Midtown 6 (447 apartments), Midtown 8 (387 apartments), Midtown 29 (309 apartments) in the foreground. Also in the background is the 536-unit Canvas condo, and One Thousand Museum:

Crane for the 330-unit Biscayne 27 apartment project in background:

Paraiso Bay in background, with around 1,341 condo units:

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Midtown Miami = success story

defamed2
3 years ago

beautiful

Anonymous
3 years ago

Any plans for permanent mass-transit in the area?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Possible 36th St station if & when TriRail (or Brightline) run local service.
Existing #9 & #10 buses on NE 2nd Ave.

Leonardo
3 years ago

No real plan just proposal like extending metromover but they have no money so don’t count on that anytime soon. If the state doesn’t help expand mass transit we will take years to achieve anything. Transit has to be funded by bigger government not local ones just like highways and most roads.

Anonymous
3 years ago

skateboard and a rope ?

Anonymous
3 years ago

wealthy residents and uber/lyft/upcoming-self-driving-teslas

Anonymous
3 years ago

Enough with the self driving crap. It’s not happening anytime soon.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The traffic in Midtown is already atrocious. Some sort of transit hopefully will be put in place.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Please…Midtown doesn’t need any kind of mass transit solution yet…Midtown has much more growing that’s needed.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Are you nuts? Midtown and all of northern Miami needs light rail up Biscayne.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Nuts?..nah, just being realistic. Take a look at some aerial photos of that area. Infuse many more dwellings there to increase the density to around 40 or 50 thousand more people and yeah, I agree, mass transit would be greatly needed then.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Um, it’s also connected to Edgewater (which will be the second-densest neighborhood once construction finishes) and Wynwood…ya, might benefit from connectivity…

DO NOT INVEST IN PRE-CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
3 years ago

Is is actally poorly connected, only 36 and 29 st do. Traffic mess..

Anonymous
3 years ago

this would be a great tri rail stop

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hopefully Related could buy the walmart site.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Um, no…I say that because all you’ll see then is more Arquitectonica crap!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Its not crap and walmart would destroy the vibe of the area and leave those stores in midtown empty.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Um, yeah…Aquitectonica do design some very crappy looking buildings.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Even Arquitectonica crap > A low-rise LULU attracting traffic, crime, and lowering property values worked so hard to raise, all for a dime less on groceries which does nothing to help whom it’s claimed to.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I like it.