138-Unit Apartment Complex Called Reflections Proposed In Little Havana

Halfway between Marlins Stadium and the site of David Beckham’s proposed soccer stadium, an apartment complex called Reflections is requesting design approval.

J. Milton Associates is proposing to develop a 12-story building with 138 residential units and 228 parking spaces on a 1.22 acre lot at 1000 NW 7th Street.

There are several other apartment complexes proposed or under construction nearby, including Mill Creek Residential’s Modera River House at 1035 N.W. 11th Court, just across the river.

Axioma3 is the architect.

Reflections is the sole project that will be reviewed by Miami’s UDRB this month. The board meeting is scheduled for May 17 .

 

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Beautiful design.
So glad to see something other than the quasi, pseudo mediterranean look being copied all over Miami.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Thanks for saying that bro. I to am getting tired of this “pseudo mediterranean look” everywhere myself.

suomynona
4 years ago

Those square cube box things look hideous.

Anonymous
4 years ago

We could use more Mediterranean architecture, albeit executed well. It’s Miami’s heritage. However, if this proposal had the balcony cubbyholes all vertically lined up, it would be solid contemporary. Right now, the front is a cheap and nasty mess.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Miami’s heritage is mediterranean? What about MiMo Design? Mid Century Modern? Art Deco? Besides, why not create a new theme? Gaudi put Barcelona on the map because he broke the mold.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes, along with Mission Revival, Masonry Vernacular, Belvedere Bungalow, and Folk Victorian. The styles you talk about are more associated with Miami Beach. People forget, rather are completely oblivious to the fact Miami was quite a large city before WWII. Also, Barcelona would have merit even without Gaudi.

Yet Another Anonymous
4 years ago

Wow basically no reduction two spaces per unit, they want to live in their gated vertical suburb and take an elevator to their car to get out of there as fast as possible without meeting the street in that area.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Who cares?…I don’t have a problem with it…why should you?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Because that’s what has contributed to Miami’s current mess?

Anonymous
4 years ago

I think you need to go and find that “perfect city” and move there, that way you won’t be so stressed out from living in the “current mess” Miami is in.

Anonymous
4 years ago

When you’re content living in shit as long as it’s your shit

Anonymous
4 years ago

they should change the name to “reflexiones”

Anonymous
4 years ago

green light ….. do it !!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

ANOTHER UNAFFORDABLE UNIT WHERE MIDDLE CLASS PEOPLE CAN NOT NOT AFFORD,PLEASE WE NEED AFFORDABLES APTS EVEN MORE FOR THE ELDERLY PEOLE!!!!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

What is an “ELDERLY PEOLE?”

Oscar
4 years ago

Where did you see that these aren’t going to be affordable? Curious to see what price level are they coming in at.

Anonymous
4 years ago

we all know the “market rates” are too high for the shitty median incomes in Miami.and no high roller will move into this area from out of state.good luck with your speculation

Anonymous
4 years ago

Hate to tell you but the area could soon be booming. Little Havana and East Little Havana are set to become HOT real estate.
Why are developers grabbing properties in this area?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Parking…

Shawn Kouri
1 year ago

That’s Overtown

Anonymous
1 year ago

Riverside.