Construction Permit Filed For Organic Supermarket With 588 Apartments Near Midtown

Developer Crescent Heights applied for a construction permit this week to begin work on a mixed-use project with a supermarket and apartments in the Midtown Miami area.

The permit application was submitted on June 21.

A nationally known organic supermarket chain has signed a lease to anchor the project, the developer said last year.

According to the permit application, the tower will rise 38 stories and include 588 apartments.

The estimated hard construction cost is listed at $164,982,826.

The supermarket will be located within a total of 42,030 square feet of retail, according to a utilities agreement signed with the county last month.

At least one other tower is planned on the property, but architectural plans for any additional phases have not yet been submitted to the city for review.

The apartment building will be named Nema.

Stiles is listed on the permit as the construction contractor.

 


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Anonymous
1 month ago

Probably a Whole Foods. Great news for the neighborhood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Could be fresh market, Trader Joe’s

Anonymous
1 month ago

Whole paycheck is expensive enough, don’t need a fresh market, and trader Joe’s is already going up nearby

Anonymous
1 month ago

I see what you did there.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Whole Foods going to be there in that project

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes. Whole Foods stores average 38,000 to 50,000 sq feet. TJ and FM are much smaller.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Gorgeous
I’m most delighted at the prospect of having an alternative to Publix

Anonymous
1 month ago

Publix sucks

Anonymous
1 month ago

Love all the people walking around in the renders. Too bad NE 2 Ave is incredibly inhospitable to pedestrians.

Anonymous
1 month ago

its a very sad street at the moment.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah no sidewalks people just walking to laniagpe on the street

Anonymous
1 month ago

They need to put another light on 30th st to handle all of this

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes!

Azarius
1 month ago

Much needed development. I love the activity in this area. We need More‼️

Anonymous
1 month ago

IS that part of the neighborhood really considered Midtown, though?

Anonymous
1 month ago

yes the west side of biscayne in that part of town is Midtown….to the east of biscayne is Edgewater

Anonymous
1 month ago

no its not, look at a neighborhood map

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cool but we need an H-Mart/Lotte/99 Ranch/Mitsuwa/Vallarta.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Move to Commiefornia in some crappy suburb off South Central. We already have enough crappy foreigner supermarkets.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I agree we have enough crappy foreigner supermarkets, but the ones I listed aren’t them.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Uh, where did I hear these same comments before?…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hope it’s a Fresh Market!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Probably a Publix Greenwise

Anonymous
1 month ago

They have been demolishing the old Out of the Closet and Forbes International building all week. Definitely on the move.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I hope they save some retail space for a dollar tree store

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Hey!!!!! Why don’t they build an Amazon fresh full-size grocery store in that area? Amazon‘s High tech stores are popping up in California and in the Northeast. Now we’re getting one in Boca. Let’s get one. Speaking of supermarkets and grocery stores.

Edgewater
1 month ago

Edgewater. This site, 2900 Biscayne, is in Edgewater.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Love the headline. A supermarket. And as an ancillary addition to this supermarket 588 residential units.

Reminds me of the 4,000 hotel units, 2 acre swimming pool, 2,500 condo units, 250,00 sq ft of retail, a 250,000 ballroom and meeting spaces, marina, bay walk, luxury marina, and a gaming area that is less than 5% of total project space.

Anonymous
1 month ago

we allow a whole city to be built with look-alike buildings, and we are not letting a great stadium be built

Anonymous
1 month ago

and hundreds of more cars to the area.. where are the planners?

Anonymous
1 month ago

don’t blame the planners, blame the zoning code

Anonymous
1 month ago

That person thinks we’re still in the age of horse and buggy.

Anonymous
1 month ago

He wants everyone on bicycles.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Also, blame (s)elected officials approving waivers from the zoning code, shortsightedly allowing boxes with the ugliest schizophrenic facades, and parking garage made uglier and not better with tacky murals.