Plans have been submitted to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for a residential project in Little River that the developer says will have a unique architectural identity.
Inspiration for the colorful, pink-toned project comes from typologies found across the Caribbean, and notably in Haiti and Cuba, the developer said.
The unnamed project is proposed to rise 12 stories and include:
Amenities will include a cold-plunge pool, full-service gym, pickleball facilities, rentable tenant storage and more.
ODP is the project architect.
Seven Miami 21 zoning waivers are being requested, including a 9.2% parking reduction (zoning would normally require 326 spaces).
Chicago based Cedar Street is the developer.
The UDRB hearing is scheduled for October 18.