25-Story First Phase Of Dadeland Hyve Submitted For Review

Plans have been submitted to build the first of multiple phases at a project called Dadeland Hyve.

According to documents submitted to Miami-Dade County planners, Dadeland Hyve Phase 1 is proposed to include:

  • 275 residential units
  • 502 parking spots

When all phases are complete Dadeland Hyve is planned to have two new 25-story condo towers, a hotel, a 25-story office tower, and parking, retail and restaurants, according to the website of developer Keystone.

Phase 2 of the project will have 309 residential units and will be submitted later, the developer said in the submission.

There are several existing buildings on the site which will also be redeveloped, according to a letter from the developer.

Nelson Worldwide is the architect.

 

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Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

Dadeland is under rated, has two metrorail stations and has downtown dadeland that is like midtown and theres the dadeland mall

Truth Matters
5 months ago

Yes, agree and unfortunately surrounded by single family home neighborhoods which limit growth.
West of the Palmetto and east of US1

Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

It still has development potential north of that canal behind dadeland mall, there some high rises there and a few large empty lots left.

Anonymous
5 months ago

God forbid, let’s not build vertical where it’s appropriate and underutilized…

Linda C
5 months ago

Actually West of US 1

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

read the comment again

Paul
5 months ago

There are a bunch of apartment complexes along 77th Ave and Snapper Creek, many of which could be redeveloped with much higher density.

I think Kings Creek Tavern is for sale for about $4M. Not sure if that comes with the liquor license but it’s a mixed use property in a dense walkable neighborhood.

Anonymous
5 months ago

… and these Redeveloped apartments would be HOW much more expensive than the ones currently there?

Anonymous
5 months ago

That’s what happens when areas become nicer. Sorry your abuela might have to find a new place to live. The horror!

Anonymous
5 months ago

^^YOU will be the one crying they can’t afford to live in Miami when rich investors and 2nd home buyers push everyone else out. Yeah just make everything high end when you’re making under $200k/yr….tard

anonymous
5 months ago

What’s wrong with buying a second home? You people are scary.

Anonymous
5 months ago

^^what’s wrong with affordable apartments for working middle class people? Man you’re disingenoius.

Anonymous
5 months ago

…. and how much more will it costs tenants to rent these Redeveloped apartments?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Who cares? The tenants will find another place in their budget. This is about providing more dense housing that will serve more people. Nobody is entitled to stay in one area forever.

Anonymous
5 months ago

^^No they won’t around here, especially in a nice middle class area like Snapper Creek. Enjoy your future condo in Ocala deebag.

Pro-Gentrification
5 months ago

Sorry I own in miami. I would never live in Ocala.

Anonymous guy
5 months ago

^Gentrification is for poor urban areas, not freaking Kendall you tard….

Anonymous
5 months ago

Have you even seen this area? It’s not the “Kendall” that you’re thinking of. It’s shitty 80’s-style apartment complexes. They’re in desperate need of a facelift. The original comment proposed leveling them and building up higher. Contribute to the conversation or move on.

Anonymous
5 months ago

What can you say, it’s the suburbs, but it’s nice that there’s going to be some density around Dadeland. Only thing is MDC needs to greatly expand the Metrorail and Trirail to all parts of MDC so all these TOD can sprout up throughout all of Miami and all of the county.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Dadeland also has the Target Dadeland Station with Tesla Super charger (no parking fee like the one in Midtown) and just south of it another Target and Whole Foods.

Anonymous
5 months ago

NICE!!!!!!! I LOVE DADELAND

No one
5 months ago

Should be bigger

Anonymous
5 months ago

That’s what she said.

Anonymous
5 months ago

The local hand wringing government gets too afraid when they’re presented with that kind of logic.

Fern
5 months ago

Nimbys and SFH owners who have the “Got mine” mentality hold this country back in every city

Anonymous
5 months ago

^^Entitled losers hold this country back, as well as themselves. You’re worried about those that “Got mine”, so try Getting Yours. And no it won’t be handed to you.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Judging by your mentality, go live in a pod and eat bugs while complaining about affordable housing more.

Could have done better
5 months ago

Looks like it will be a literal island wedged between the Palmetto, the metrorail tracks and a Palmetto ramp with the whole development having no real connection to the rest of the Dadeland area.

Ggg
5 months ago

As long as money is made in s. Fl. Developers don’t give a hoot about anything else. Environment, parking, people, nature. You name it

Bishop
5 months ago

That’s fewer than 2 spots per unit. Plus there are offices? Where are people going to park? Sounds like a disaster in the making.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yeah Bishop.. you’re the smartest person in the world.

Anonymous
5 months ago

It’s literally next to 2 metrorail stations. Fuck their cars.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Extend Metromover to Dadeland on top of Metrorail tracks because I’m too cheap to pay fares and want access to the Dadeland Mall to buy my skinny jeans and fedoras from H&M to wear while frequenting overpriced craft beer and tapas restaurants in Wynwood.

Ciparoo
5 months ago

Yes b/c extending the metromover to wynwood is the same as extending it…on top of…the metrorail to Dadeland?

Anonymous
5 months ago

When the Metromover gets extended, he’ll be one of the first people to ride it.

AAA
5 months ago

No, I have car.

Anonymous
5 months ago

^
So, why are you knocking the people who’ll take the Metromover?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Dadeland mall has an H&M?! One more reason to go to Dadeland mall!

Pickles
5 months ago

Looking good!

ParkingHater
5 months ago

Disappointing amount of parking. But long live the free market.

Hopefully we see some lane diets and traffic calming.

Anonymous
5 months ago

that means slower traffic and more traffic jams, so hopefully not

Anonymous
5 months ago

Truthfully, you’re disappointed by the amount of people that are moving into the city.

ParkingHater
5 months ago

lol. i hate parking because it takes space that could otherwise be used to house more people. what are you on about?

Anonymous
5 months ago

“lol. i hate parking because it takes space that could otherwise be used to house more people”

So where you live right now doesn’t have a space to park your vehicle in?

Urbanist
5 months ago

Hopefully the entire mall is demolished with a phased development plan soon enough. There is a ton of demand for suburban/urban living. People who don’t want to be in a house, but also do not want to be in Brickell/Downtown proper.

Bob
5 months ago

They are going to demolish Dadeland Mall ?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Of course not.
Dadeland is one of top performing malls in the USA.

Anonymous
5 months ago

I see the surface parking lots redeveloped for mixed-use development, which would allow better connectivity to the Metrorail Station and surrounding developments.

Antennae
5 months ago

Connectivity to what?

Anonymous
5 months ago

^
Uh.. “better connectivity to the Metrorail Station and surrounding developments… ”

I hope that answers your question.

Anonymous
5 months ago

LOL, with that logic, hopefully they demolish BCC and build five supertalls.

Car Free Kendall
5 months ago

With that many parking spots, I have to hope the second phase includes NO more parking spots. We need people to start finding alternative methods of getting around; developers should be planning for the BRT on Kendall by now as if it was guaranteed, to put pressure on the county to build it and build it fast.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Dude, where’s your car?

Anonymous
5 months ago

For some guy who lives in an apartment in Kings Creek, and works in a warehouse by Tamiami Airport, how is he gonna live in this Car Free Kendall???

Bob
5 months ago

You make to much sense .

Anonymous
5 months ago

I see someone saying to build it fast and half of you comentators have no idea the lack of cement and aggregates (also known as concrete) that exist in this town and how much the price is and will be going up that transfers to you the customer so you better be ready to pay ultra premium price to life in this utopia of electric cars and walking to Dadeland and the sorrounding area to see and do what this not a high tourist attraction ..what they should do is build a road that all cars can drive instead of that stupid empty bus lane on us-1 oh ask your developer what the price on concrete is that will give you an idea how the construction prices will be in the near future

Anonymous
5 months ago

Hey man, there are things you can use in that sentence like commas and periods you know?