16 Allapattah Submitted To City, Proposed To Include 323 Residential Units

Neology Life has submitted plans for a project called 16 Allapattah to city planning officials for review.

The project is proposed to include:

  • 12 stories
  • 323 residential units (71 units to be acquired through the transfer of development rights program)
  • 13,133 square feet of retail
  • Parking garage with 336 spaces

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to review the proposal at a meeting on July 17. Five waivers are being requested from Miami 21 zoning code requirements.

Neology Life, led by Lissette Calderon, is the developer.

Behar Font is the architect.

 

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Anonymous

Nice project

Anonymous

They really are pushing all logistics and warehouses out west

Anonymous

Well, they’ll be closer to the farms.

Anonymous

Makes sense when that’s where two airports are, MIA and Opa-Locka.

Anonymous

I get that the area is up and coming and close to health district but having a difficult time seeing whose going to 2.5 PSF plus to be in this location.

Anonymous

You’d be surprised. The area is expected to be a hot desirable area soon. Watch it get a mid high rise project soon. Ask any realtor. Lots of activity…
Watch prices start to escalate in the next couple years

Anonymous

And there’s a lot more projects coming to Allapatah soon.

Anonymous

They used to say that about wynwood. I could have bought a farm in wynwood years ago when people couldnt give it away.

Anonymous

ALLAPATTAH IS THE NEXT BRICKELL

Anonymous

next wynwood

Anonymous

Saying that in all caps doesn’t make it so.

Anonymous

YES IT DOES!

Anonymous

lol

Polo

The days are numbered for working class residents in Allapattah!

Anonymous

very true… ;(

Anonymous

Why? All this area is Empty Lots, Semi Truck Storage and Slumlord owned warehouses? 40% of Allapattah is property owned by it’s residents (many willing to pay a few more dollars in taxes if it means proper City Maintenance, Police Presence, and a better Community) 35% are already in Affordable Housing Communities (Allapattah offers the most affordable housing in almost all of Dade County close to 20,000 units) Multiple Buildings, and Communities monitored by the county– these folks are not going any where.

The other roughly 20-25% of folks are renters, that don’t necessary invest in the community, and primary property owners have to be constantly on the investors or dwellings owner’s case about their tenants. Maybe they would finally sell to working class and middle class families and not continue to be slumlords. Just two years you were able to purchase a home in Allapattah for less than 140k ( which as little as an average yearly income of 35K) through FHA.

Rent in Allapattah is already reaching Market Rate. You wont find a 1/1 for less than 1.2k.

Anonymous

Nice project. But the art work is horrible.

Anonymous

Those colorful panels are GARBAGE

Anonymous

Hispanics think buildings must have some kind picture on them.

Anonymous

Yes. Bananas, palm trees, bongos, maracas, chickens and roosters. Ki ki ri kiii. Have you been in Allapattah before dawn when all the roosters are crowing? Its music to my ears. Who needs an alarm?

Anonymous

Que?

Anonymous

It’s better than bananas and palm trees. Or bongos and maracas. Or chickens and roosters.

Anonymous

Are you kidding?.. nothings better than palm trees.

Anonymous

That whole 20th street’s going to turn into wynwood 2.0 in couple of years.

You got that huge development on 12th avenue. Have that big development mall thing on miami river. That big art museum opening this year. Some big company building an office next door to the museum. There’s also a hospital building they’re building on 12th avenue. Now it’s bleeding into 17th avenue.

Only matter of time. The zoning makes it too desirable.

Anonymous

I’m not a fan of the “art,” but it could be worse. It’s still a very solid development, and not a single asymmetrical series of windows, balconies, or assorted sheet metal in sight.

Anonymous

This is great for the mother who had to walk in the heat/rain with her 6 year old to the Publix being built at the new River Center. See, everything always works out. The kid might even be able to drive by the time this is ready for occupancy. A win-win for the mother.

Anonymous

Hi Mother Again! No need to rent — I own my home/property as well as my parents home. Why would we move ….we will be driving a la MIAMI! gracias…..