Construction Permit Applied For At 450-Unit The Crosby Miami Worldcenter

The developers of The Crosby Miami Worldcenter have formally applied for a construction permit.

The July 27 permit application comes just a few weeks after the developer obtained water and sewer utilities for the project from Miami-Dade County.

According to the new construction permit filing, The Crosby will include 450 condo units, in a 33-story tower. There will also be 3,370 square feet of retail, the permit application states.

No parking garage is being built.

Total hard construction cost is estimated at $68,376,876.

Beauchamp Construction is listed as the general contractor.

A private provider is being used for plan review and inspection at The Crosby in order to expedite the approval process.

DT G Block LLC, a partnership between Related Group and Merrimac Ventures, is the developing entity.

Related also broke ground in the past few weeks on a similar project nearby called District 225, in partnership with ROVR. The 39-story project will have 343 apartments, ground floor retail, and no parking.

 


The Crosby site, with Natiivo under construction in the distance:

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Anonymous
2 months ago

Nice, simple glassy building will greatly improve that area along with Okan

Pickles
2 months ago

Mostly glass buildings have been known to improve areas too.

Anonymous
2 months ago

You’re comparing this box with quirky, cheap balcony placement to sophisticated Okan?

Sarah
2 months ago

Great

Anonymous
2 months ago

Nice but when do we get some restaurants and bars there?!?

-/&
2 months ago

Maybe when they open the building?

Anonymous
2 months ago

There = MWC (duh!)

Anonymous
2 months ago

For the parking haters…but great to see the diversification of offerings as the market continues to maturę. Yes, Miami winning indeed…

Anonymous
2 months ago

There’s no parking because this is another Airbnb building. Buyers are not going to be end users

Anonymous
2 months ago

I know a Miami resident who bought here. Why do you guys assume that every person in this city has or wants a car? Myself and many of my friends do not have cars.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Check out MyBrickell and Centro, among others. These are buildings where buyers ARE end users and the buildings have no parking. Your argument does not hold water.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Two crappy buildings, and about to get a third.

Anonymous
2 months ago

What does that have to do with my point or the point of the original post? Stay on topic, please.

Mr. Worldwide
2 months ago

Only 25% of all households are owner-occupied in the city, but sure.

Melo, a true giga chad
2 months ago

With all these developments going on close to Overtown, its no wonder they want to relocate all the hobbos to somewhere else

Anonymous
2 months ago

And they should!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

They should, but not to Virginia Key. Maybe Chicago…

Anonymous
2 months ago

They need to be required to sleep in shelters. If they refuse, then arrest them.

Hella
2 months ago

A lot of compassionate people around here…..

Pickles
2 months ago

No, they shouldn’t.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Give me your address, I will send some over

Melo, a true giga chad
2 months ago

We need to do something similar that Austin, TX will start doing soon. Where they place the hobbos in ‘transition home’ for about 6 months. They get clean and line them up with jobs and an apartment they pay themselves.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Works great in theory, but the city needs to do much more because what’s going on now isn’t working…

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yeah, knowing Austin, they’ll start giving them free needles.

Mr. Worldwide
2 months ago

The city has similar programs through the DDA and Omni CRA, so they’re just at a smaller scale. If you want programs like that expanded, talk to your commissioners.

Lenny
2 months ago

This has been happening in Miami for a very long time.
Miami has a relatively low homeless population compared to major cities.
It’s the “chronic homeless” that you ate seeing in the streets. They refuse the available beds. They refuse programs designed to help, and there is not much more you can do.

Melo is sigma and Chad
2 months ago

Another fine addition to MWC, hopefully AT&T next door sells and another infill is built.

Anonymous
2 months ago

About 4 years ago AT&T years ago was possibly going to do a land swap but never did

Anonymous
2 months ago

MWC is finally picking up speed. I love it

Pi Space
2 months ago

It’s a nice looking building! Glass with very nice design reminds me of the Hyde Beach House!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Hyde Beach House at least has all the balconies lined up, and a curvy crown to make it interesting. Frankly, this is just another disappointment making the bulk of MWC.

Pi Space
2 months ago

It may actually be better looking because it has more glass and less concrete than HBH.

Neil
2 months ago

The transformation of every block in Park West keeps growing. Don’t look at it now but in 3 years it will be unrecognizable. That AT&T building has to go!!!

Pickles
2 months ago

That AT&T building is actually the “grande” central office and is what connects your internet to the rest of the world.

Anonymous but Famous
2 months ago

The AT&T building does need to go, but purchased by the city for a park. I’m concerned that despite the linear park under the elevated expressway and Bayfront Park, both blocks away, we’re developing a park poor section of the city for no good reason.

Fern
2 months ago

But what sound quality will it have with my vinyl records?