$600M Link At Douglas Now Underway, Among Biggest Ever Transit Oriented Developments In Miami

At the Douglas Road Metrorail station, work is now underway on a $600 million transit oriented development – one of the biggest ever in Miami.

Link at Douglas will include five towers and garages with:

  • 1,421 apartments (12.5 percent workforce housing)
  • 750 parking spaces
  • 251,873 square feet of office
  • 25,000 square feet of retail

A groundbreaking ceremony was held yesterday. Site work is now underway, including moving a bus terminal, with significant construction to begin in 90 days, according to the Herald.

A 36-story tower (reduced from 40, designed by Arquitectonica with 421 rental apartments), 22-story tower (designed by Corwil Architects with 312 rental apartments), and parking garage are being built as part of the first phase. The 22-story tower will begin construction in the summer.

Adler Group and 13th Floor Investments are the developers. The project is being built on seven acres of county land won through a bidding process.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Adding something like this at Vizcaya And Sunset stations could really boost south Miami

Anonymous
2 years ago

There’s so much potential by the South Miami station but the city will fight any progress.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Plans are underway at south Miami already

Anonymous
2 years ago

Great news here. Gables Station & this development is going to change that area very quickly.

William
2 years ago

I just realized that they are also building btw us1 and the rail line. That little sliver… No wonder FDOT is relocating the pedestrian overpass. Almost perfectly timed.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Awesome project and i’m surprised metrorail statons like palmetto haven’t had any large projects around them.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They should follow that pattern in EVERY Metrorail Station in the City.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Maybe it will once people see and understand that these are the kinds of structures that the city and county forefathers envisioned when they first approved the Metrorail and Metromover systems.

Anonymous
2 years ago

MiamiCentral is a larger TOD project….

POLO
2 years ago

Nice density that will benefit Metrorail.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Is that 750 spot figure correct? It’s a start, but I suspect that they’ve hidden more parking somewhere…

Anonymous
2 years ago

?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Please remove this disgusting comment.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I just knew you parking critics and whiners couldn’t wait for that to get reported.

Anonymous
2 years ago

??? for real

Anonymous
2 years ago

I just knew you parking-critic-critics were waiting to respond to our whining!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Lol.. parking critics whine about crunch berries in their cereal.

RAFT
2 years ago

Amazing how there were no public hearings. This will be a traffic nightmare. Metro rail will not solve this.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Dixie gridlock 2.0

Anonymous
2 years ago

Still ugly, especially the cluttered facade on the building in the back and balconies scatted like they were thrown on the building. Also, since when was Metrorail a monorail?

Anonymous
2 years ago

bitter