Developers have announced plans for a transit-oriented development called Metro Center in Hialeah.
The development is being built a short walk away from the Metrorail and Tri-Rail Transfer Station.
Metro Center is planned to include 2.3 million square feet in several buildings, including:
Metro Parc, a 559-unit, 10-story building (broke ground in 2022)
Metro Parc North, with 620 apartments (completion expected in 2026)
Metro Parc South, with 347 units (completion expected in 2027)
In total, there will be nearly 1,600 “attainable contemporary apartments.” The development value is in excess of $600 million.
There will also be 35,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space ideal for restaurants, cafes, boutique shops, health & fitness outlets, as well as a specialty market.
MG Developer (based in Coral Gables) and Baron Property Group of New York are the developers.
“We are thrilled to introduce Metro Center to Hialeah,” said Alirio Torrealba, CEO of MG Developer. “These combined developments redefine urban living in the city and provide high-quality housing, seamless transit access, and a vibrant community experience that aligns with Hialeah’s transformation into a forward-thinking Miami that is inspired by its history, culture, and the arts.”
MG also owns MG Metro Station, a 55-unit transit-oriented building a short distance away.