800 Rental Units At MiamiCentral Aimed At Young Entrepreneurs And Working Professionals

MiamiCentral is not aiming for the luxury market with their rental towers at MiamiCentral, a new website for the project confirmed.

Renderings show two boxy towers, one rising 30- stories and the second 33-stories. There will be a total of 800 units and 800 parking spaces between the two towers.

Residents will enjoy a massive outdoor rooftop space above the station. They will also be directly above 180,000-square-feet of retail space, including dining, nightlife and a farm fresh market.

NBWW is the architect for the rental tower.

AAF submitted plans to the FAA earlier this year for the One MiamiCentral tower, which hasn’t yet started construction. It is now proposed to rise 991-feet above ground, or 1,000-feet above sea level. That tower will include 280 residences, 250 hotel rooms, and 600,000-square-feet of office space.

 

 

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MrDreTheOne

That is good news, Miami needs more non-luxury priced options for young professionals.

Anonymous

Hopefully a parking garage and not surface parking that makes more sense use the extra space for green space.

Anonymous

I really don’t want to be an anonymous hater but that render looks pretty luxurious to me. These don’t seem very affordable to a “young entrepreneur”.

Anonymous

Ditch the parking… and reduce the cost of the apartments… pretty simple.

Anonymous

There’s no way “Working Professionals” will be able to afford a design like that… I’m all for good development near mass transit but this is right in downtown and All Aboard Florida is a profit-driven company that’s using rail infrastructure as an excuse for real estate development purposes.

Anonymous

Really…a “Professional” who is working won’t be able to afford the rent in this project? We’re talking about professionals here, not somebody flipping burgers at McDonalds.

MrDreTheOne

“Using rail infrastructure as an excuse for real estate development purposes”?! Do you know how ridiculous that sounds? Why would they need an excuse to develop real estate they own if that is all they wanted to do? Who in their right mind would build a whole train system as an excuse to do…..anything?

The same Anonymous

To get money from the government… just like why Beckham would sell his stadium to the school board. Business is about making money, buddy. Why else would someone develop a train that will never survive? They have the real estate to fall back on and get breaks because it’s technically TOD.

Anonymous

Really, that’s all they’re developing, “a train?” What about the “180,000-square-feet of retail space, including dining, nightlife and a farm fresh market?” I thought they were also developing that along with the train system?

The same Anonymous

“They have the real estate to fall back on and get breaks because it’s technically TOD.” When the train fails, they will still own the real estate which will pay for the failure. I never said they were just developing a train… I claimed the train is being developed for an ulterior motive.