Block 45 Finalizes Utilities Deal For 616 Apartments, Along With Restaurant & Retail

The developers of Block 45 have secured utilities for the 36-story tower, with groundbreaking expected shortly.

According to the newly filed agreement, Block 45 will include:

  • 616 apartments
  • 12,473 square feet of retail
  • 12,473 square feet of full service restaurant

The project will also include an 8-story garage with 637 parking spaces.

Construction is expected to begin this month, according to a filing with the FAA. The tower will have a permanent height of 386 feet above ground, with a temporary crane of 450 feet.

Block 55 is also expected to break ground this month across the street with hundreds of residential units and several hundred thousand square feet of retail. There are 1,122‬ apartments planned between the two projects.

Atlantic Pacific Communities, LLC is the developer of Block 45. Bermello Ajamil is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
6 months ago

Nice mix of residence and retail. Beautiful too.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Over town is booming

Shawn Kouri
6 months ago

This will clean up the area finally..

Anonymous
6 months ago

I love this building

Anonymous
6 months ago

Okan we need your tower to link all these…

Anonymous
6 months ago

Best, if not the only good “Block” project, if you don’t count the Publix.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Yes…

Shawn Kouri
6 months ago

How about building this with prefabricated construction using a combination of modular construction and cross laminated timber or CLT. With that, it would cost 20-40% less to build and can be built in half the time. Maybe 3 months to 1 year to build and it would make the rent of the affordable housing units cheaper. More durable and more sustainable.

Anonymous
6 months ago

If you want “Miami winning”, – close down the passenger port and MIA to slow down the spread of coronavirus.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Ya’ll can have your massive parking garages to store cars you swear you rarely use if you build streets for people and not cars.
-Wide sidewalks
-Shade trees
-Protected bike lanes
-Few and narrow car lanes.

Anonymous
6 months ago

The sidewalks have enough space and making fewer or narrower lanes isn’t good for buses or trolleys. Thus they will drive on the side walks and crack them. Checkmate anti-parker.

Anonymous
6 months ago

-Massive parking garages
-Wide streets with lots of lanes
-bicyclists not disrupting work commuters with their exercise routine
-Miami Winning!!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Go away, just go away, get on your time machine and go back to 2220 where everyone walks and no cars are needed. Leave 2020 for the rest of us.

Anonymous
6 months ago

That would be nice but is not going to happen until miami gets a good mass transit system and that’s not going to happen anytime soon,so instead of crying about all these garages being built, be happy about all this development going on in miami

Anonymous
6 months ago

It would be nice if they designed the streets for people too. Complete streets make it easier for people to find alternate forms of travel making life better for everyone even people in cars.

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s not the developer’s responsibility and shouldn’t. If we had a good mass transit system, then we can talk about road diets.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Thank you for giving us your permission.
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