Commission Votes In Favor Of South Miami Town Square Mixed-Use Project

South Miami Town Square won approval this week from city commissioners for zoning changes needed to build the project.

The project will replace a Winn Dixie. It will include:

  • 301 residential units
  • 24,391 square feet market
  • 22,808 square feet retail
  • 498 parking spaces

Alta Developers and the Facundo and Amalia Bacardi Foundation are co-developers.

Corwil is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

The South Miami city government is in some ways more backwards than City of Miami. The downtown area of South Miami could really see a revitalization with projects like the Sunset Place Redev, the metro station project, and this. Hope it goes through

William
1 year ago

All these projects are getting approved in SM. Just not on the express lane.. more like a slower rotisserie style..

Anonymous
1 year ago

Why does every neighborhood in Miami have to be Brickell? South Miami was one of the last places you could still relive the old Miami. This project is completely out of scale with its surroundings and doesnt even make an effort to maintain the architectural vernacular of that area.

We will look back at the dark grey concrete and glass era and cringe in twenty years.

Anonymous
1 year ago

South Miami was getting left in the dust. It’s about time they start to modernize. Excited to see the redevelopment of the downtown area because it’s languishing right now.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Long overdue.. South Miami got smart!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nice looking project.

Anonymous
1 year ago

not bad at all!! Well done Corwil.

marc
1 year ago

Ja

Anonymous
1 year ago

Weird
It is indeed

Anonymous
1 year ago

22,8089 sq ft….. Gas price style

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nice Drawing Set!

Anonymous
1 year ago

yes, but only when you try and expand google maps.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Only 400 parking spots? Amateurs

Anonymous
1 year ago

The balconies from the sixth floor up in that first picture look terrible, as do the missing wooden teeth covering half the building being an f-ing parking garage steps away from Metrorail. Sad!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Does that mean that this place will never get your money to live there?

Anonymous
1 year ago

All of Wynwood should have buildings like this.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Average looking buildings like this, is that what you mean?