Boxelder said it will be reopening in downtown Miami in December, in a project that hasn’t yet been announced.
City records show that a demolition permit was applied for on September 2, while a construction permit was applied for on July 6. The demolition permit is in pre-screening, while the construction permit is already in review.
The Collective will include:
180 communal living residential units
70 lodging units
9,508 square feet of ground floor retail
82,000 square feet of shared amenity space
Rooftop pool, dining, and garden areas
“European style” pedestrian paseo
163 underground parking spaces
Young professionals, recent college graduates, people in lifestyle transitions and those new to Miami who are looking to meet like-minded individuals and participate in social gatherings are the target demographic of the new development.
Residents will be able to choose all-inclusive billing options with a variety of duration of stay options.
The Collective currently operates 1,664 units across 6 cities in 4 different countries, with 19 projects under development.