1,219 Residential Units Planned At Former Beckham Stadium Site In Overtown

Plans and renderings for a residential project on the former David Beckham stadium site in Overtown have just been revealed for the first time.

The new buildings and parking garages are planned to rise between 3 and 12 stories.

Plans for the development include:

  • 1,219 residential units
  • 16,337 square feet of commercial
  • 1,798 parking spaces

Arquitectonica is the architect.

8th Street Connections Holdings, LLC and 0101 Miami Properties, LLC are listed as the developers.

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to have a hearing on the proposal on May 15.

 

 

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Anonymous
12 days ago

LOVE the arches and scale, glad to see neo-classical revivals fused with modern design in downtown.

Javanka
12 days ago

Free gun with purchase!

Muhammad
12 days ago

And then what

Jamrock
11 days ago

I wish

Anonymous
10 days ago

No thanks, ban them across the state, and spend more on community oriented friendly police patrol.

Azarius
12 days ago

Good project to start the revitalization of this section of OT! Love the affordable/ work force housing options! It’s so needed!

Anonymous
12 days ago

Desperately needed inventory in a central location – let’s go!

Anonymous
12 days ago

Hope to see more of this style carried over in Little Havana, Riverside and Brickell, too, like the arches and trims.

Muhammad
12 days ago

Keep dreaming. Art Q. Is not that creative firm anymore

Anonymous
12 days ago

For once in a blue moon, an actual beaut from Arquitectonica! Why can’t they use this same architectural formula in other places instead of cluttered windows, scattered balconies, and blank walls with laughable excuses for “art?”

Anonymous
12 days ago

Right on!!!

Cover the Podiums
12 days ago

I agree 100%. My guess is that they had so much land to work with, that it allows them to get creative and create a very cohesive design

Anon
12 days ago

King of Keyboard Warriors

Jordan
12 days ago

Like 1428 Brickell?

We get it
12 days ago

Waiting for the “overtown should be jazz and blues!” Guy

guy1
12 days ago

How about… “it should be attainable for the people that have lived there for decades”?

Jordan
12 days ago

What have the people who have lived their for decades been doing for decades?

Anonymous
11 days ago

I like that word. Attainable. Let’s all use it more. Not everything needs to be “affordable,” but if you work hard you should be able to attain… something. Some insurance, one that actually covers something. Some home that you can live in for the rest of your life. If you dedicate your time and life, you should have something to be attained.

Truth
11 days ago

Those people are the reason nobody wants to go there. It should be affordable to crackheads is a hilarious take.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Love jazz and blues, bring back the soulful and comprehendable music. People miss good music.

Stiv Bators
11 days ago

All that Jazz….

Norma d
12 days ago

Overtown is situated in the middle of everything, it’s one of the best locations in Miami and there are big plans for the area!!

Cover the Podiums
12 days ago

This is world class development. Multiple buildings with varying designs, no visible parking garages, good architecture, human scale design, and great street level presence! This is going to age very nicely.

This is exactly how new developments should look like. 10/10

Anonymous
12 days ago

Smash the approval button, and cookie cutter this design for development in Riverside/Little Havana, Allapattah, and Lemon City/Little River.

Anonymous
12 days ago

The molding/trims on the top really make a difference!

anonymous
12 days ago

great spot to add this many units but needs to have way more commercial space and ideally a grocery store with that many people moving into the area.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Trader Joe’s and Fresh Market!

Anon
12 days ago

Overtown already getting more grocery stores

SW30
12 days ago

Culmer Place right across the street is currently being redeveloped too. This part of OT will soon be nice!

Miami urban
12 days ago

1700+ parking spaces on a lot this close in to the core and this close to public transit is gross and egregious misuse of space

Anon
12 days ago

Love seeing the density but just way too many parking spaces. This could be additional housing/more commercial spaces/office/park etc.

Tomas
12 days ago

Amazing project and one that will bring so much benefit to this area, I do wish that they woul dhave left more pedestrian space in the plan though. Is the onstreet parking really neccesary?

Think less cars
12 days ago

Almost 2,000 parking!! Wth. Losing out on precious square footage that. Developers should partner up with county to improve public transportation. Stop this madness with parking, plant trees and bring smart building, metromover should expand to overtown as well.

anonymous
11 days ago

Culmer metrorail station is 3 blocks away. Waste of money to expand metromover but do agree the parking space amounts are insane

Anny Moss
11 days ago

A little more gentrification. A lot less middle and lower class people.

ParkingHater
11 days ago

Gentrification doesn’t inherently lead to displacement. In fact in neighborhoods with enough new units being built sometimes they become more diverse.

Mindy
12 days ago

Overtown will soon look like Midtown…

Anonymous
12 days ago

It’s better than Midtown

Stiv Bators
11 days ago

No it won’t. Midtown is soulless and tacky. Overtown has a chance to be great again with proper development.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Midtown is ultra urban without the amenities of a city like metro mover – feels like it’s being developed backwards

Anonymous
12 days ago

I think developers are going to shift gears from above the core wynwood to here since it’s so much more central

Stiv Bators
11 days ago

Very nice looking project for Overtown! Hopefully there is some affordable or workforce housing available.

Taxed Out
12 days ago

Very pretty. This would have been a great spot for the stadium.

Make Miami NYC Again
12 days ago

3 blocks away from the historic precinct, what could go wrong!