Proposals For City-Owned 19-Acres Of Allapatah Land Include Holistic Wellness Village, Veterans Village, & Mixed-Use By Worldcenter Developer

City-owned land in Allapatah generated interest from multiple developers with a variety of different ideas for the property.

The land is around 19 acres, and maintance and other city facilities now on the property would need to be relocated.

Here are some of the proposals that have come in:

Holistic Wellness Mixed-Use Village (Greystar)

Greystar is proposing a health-focused project. There would be health-focused co-working, mixed-income apartment buildings including workforce and micro-unit components, and wellness-focused retail/food space. Gardens and shaded walkways would surround the community, which would be anchored by a low cost organic market.

Falcone Group (Miami Worldcenter developer)

The developer wants to build multifamily residential, hotel, retail, and potentially medical offices.

Swerdlow Garchik – Veterans Village

A community with at least 1,000 units for veterans is proposed by developer Swerdlow Garchik.

Moishe Mana

Contact with Mana Group was made regarding the land. It isn’t clear if Mana responded.

Olympia Heights (Boymelgreen)

Their proposal includes a 250-key hotel, 1,000 residential units, 250- room assisted living facility, 100,000 square feet of retail, and respite center for children with disabilities.


Other developers that have responded include Related Group, Swerdlow, Neology, MCB Real Estate, Home Depot, and The Weiss Group (their proposals can be found in the link below).


Previously: City Owns 19 Acres In Allapattah, & Multiple Developers Including Related, Neology, & Swerdlow Expressed Interest In Developing It Last Month