37-Story Apartment Tower Opening Before Year End Next To Metrorail Station

Pre-leasing is now underway for the transit-oriented Cascade apartment tower, with plans to open by the end of 2022.

The 37-story Cascade is opening at the Douglas Road Metrorail Station, as part of the seven-acre Link at Douglas.

Cascade is the tallest tower south of Brickell.

A total of 421 apartments are being built at Cascade.

One bedroom units start at $2,600 per month, with the smallest at 582 square feet.

A Milam’s Market will also open soon at Cascade’s ground floor.

CORE, a 22-story tower with 312 apartments and 6,000 feet of ground-floor retail, already opened at the complex last year.

Eventually, the masterplan for Link at Douglas calls for a total of 1,600 residential units, over 32,000 square feet of retail space, and a public plaza that connects with The Underline.

13th Floor Investments and Adler Development, in partnership with global investment manager Barings, are the developers.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

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Casey
2 months ago

$2600 for 580sq ft?!

Anonymous
2 months ago

That’s still cheap for that size in Manhattan.

Anonymous
2 months ago

This is coral gables

Anonymous
2 months ago

Technically its City of Miami; but you’re close.

Anonymous
2 months ago

We’re not in Manhattan. Everyone just STOP referencing NYC on here. It’s just useless.

Anonymous
2 months ago

They keep doing it because they’re fakers that prob couldn’t hack it in NY and are now down here trying to reference it all the time so they can feel special. Same dudes that talk shhht all day down here but if you knew them back in NY they had no mouth and were introverts. But they come down here, balls apparently dropped, and can’t shut up with the comparisons as they feel it gains them respect in a new place where they can reboot their personality. I know the type – there are several of them on here who every 3rd word out of their mouth is ‘NY’. 🙂

Anonymous
2 months ago

^
Awwww.. I hurt you guy’s feelings by bringing up Manhattan. Wuttle babies, you ain’t old enough to hear the truth are you? Next time I’ll remember to sympathize with you guy’s feelings before I mention some other place.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yuuuuppp….

Anonymous
2 months ago

That’s expensive for that size in Louisville. I can also contribute nonsense to this thread.

Azarius
2 months ago

This is outrageous for less than 600 sqft

chariff real estate
2 months ago

RENTS COULD BE HIGHER

chariff real estate
2 months ago

you all know that this is on our signs for businesses…..

Anonymous
2 months ago

Rents are outta control

Anonymous
2 months ago

Renting never goes down, it only goes up!

Anonymous
2 months ago

They actually decreased in a few areas back in the mid-late 2000s.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Lol and Venice, Italy is a ghost town.

Anonymous
2 months ago

What’s wrong? Daddy’s trust fund drying up?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Listen, I understand the need for smart growth as much as the next guy. But if you don’t think this is a hideous soviet-style eyesore, you need to see the eye doctor ASAP.

gravy train
2 months ago

soviet style design with tokyo sized living spaces in a city of urban sprawl

Anonymous
2 months ago

the area around douglas road station is booming

Dan
2 months ago

True but it needs more commercial space on the first floors

cleavage or bust
2 months ago

you can get a 1/1 on the beach for cheaper…wtf…..

Anonymous
2 months ago

^exactly….plus this isn’t even that great an inland location—there’s a public housing project literally across the street.

Drac
2 months ago

So?.. the public housing didn’t design conditions or make decisions concerning this country and the way it has turned out.

Nancy Reagan
2 months ago

^say no to drugs

kenny G..your benefactor
2 months ago

insipid comes to mind…

Melo is sigma and chad
2 months ago

Now Palmetto and Okeechobee needs density around those stations.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Currently building at Okee on former station street level parking area.

sim city playa
2 months ago

get over your density fixation….stunning views of urban sprawl and rail tracks for 2600$$

I'll just assume
2 months ago

Get over your farm town fixation….miles of clear views of cow pastures and corn rows for 600$$.

Sim city playa
2 months ago

Are you gonna pay 2600 to live here when you can live on the beach for that price..get real..

Anonymous
2 months ago

^no beach, but hey it’s got a public housing project literally across the street!

I'll just assume
2 months ago

This is what happens when you use a comparative alternative… somebody like Sim city playa injects a different subject into the conversation.

Chupacabra
2 months ago

Is this too much for you to contemplate??

Anonymous
2 months ago

…a comparative alternative, you mean like how people in the real world think, such as “why pay $2600/mo miles from the beach overlooking a highway and a public housing project when I can be on the beach for $2600/mo?”

Anonymous
2 months ago

Gross

Original
2 months ago

No.. just different to what you’ve been used to looking at.

Anonymous
2 months ago

No.. just another box with sporadic windows monstrosity from Arquitectonica that frankly doesn’t deserve the title of tallest building south of Brickell.

Original
2 months ago

No.. just another building that hurts your expectations and senseabilities.

Anonymous
2 months ago

What do you expect from Arquitectonica?!?!
Crap!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

I can’t believe I’m saying this… but your right.

Anonymous
2 months ago

With the employment bubble starting to pop, the rent bubble won’t be far behind. Especially with the huge supply increase in rentals coming on line.

chango
2 months ago

this fact is beyond many on this site

Anonymous
2 months ago

This is a nice project but PLEASE use less stucco. The last thing we need are more eyesores along US1 to look at.

Anonymous but Famous
2 months ago

And Earlington Heights

Anonymous
2 months ago

High rents lead to poverty.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Then why are areas with the lowest rent so impoverished?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Because the lowest rents in Dade county are actually really high considering the jobs in Miami don’t pay very well. Understood?

glass window are expensive..ask melo
2 months ago

taking a poll: which one of you real estate developer shills will rent one of these for 2600$..the melo guy doesnt want to live in brickell and pay 4k and lives in edgewater so …..

Anonymous
2 months ago

This tower reminds me of the Palace at Brickell.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Palace with Down’s Syndrome.

Fern
2 months ago

Need 30 of these at every station. And then another rail line with another 30 at every station

ocho
2 months ago

playing a hot game of sim city in your over priced apt…

Anonymous
2 months ago

Build baby, build!!

my balls melo
2 months ago

i want 3 balls…

Anonymous
2 months ago

Now extend Metrorail from here to Miami Airport instead of Hard Rock Stadium.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Metrorail already goes to the Airport.

Are you with us today?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Already goes to the airport.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I think he means from Douglas Station directly to MIA.

Anonymous
2 months ago

And the original commentator is not making any sense. The Metrorail already runs through Douglas and connects to the rest of the system.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I think he wants a new Metrorail line that runs directly from MIA down Douglas Rd. to the Douglas station. Yes, it sounds kinda pushy.

Anonymous
2 months ago

That’s ridiculous. The platform already exists.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I love seeing all the density crammed down the suburbanites throats! BUILD BUILD BUILD!!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

…many of whom have mortgage payments on their houses that are less than the starting rent on the 582 sq ft shoebox this project offers.

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

I cannot think of a more unempathetic and mean comment. You don’t live next to that building. Would you live next to that? it is a poorly designed cider block of a building. You have no idea of what you are saying.

Alcoholiotic
2 months ago

Rather live next to this that than some pyschedelic painted low rise loud crap in Wynwood

anan
2 months ago

You sound very angry.

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s what the area was zoned, so what should they expect? At least a better design, I suppose, which goes for anywhere.