Developer Gets Water & Sewer To Build 465 Units At The Gallery At West Brickell

The Related Group has completed a deal with Miami-Dade to connect their proposed 29-story Gallery at West Brickell apartment tower to the county’s water and sewer system.

According to the agreement, the Gallery at West Brickell will include:

  • 465 apartments
  • 2,238 square feet of office
  • 2,338 square feet of retail

Previous plans filed showed the project would also include 529 parking spaces.

A 7-story, 88,000 square foot school known as Brickell World School will have space for 610 students and is being built next to the apartment building. It was not included on the utilities deal.

The school is being built separately by Miami-Dade County Public Schools, with opening scheduled for the 2022-23 school year.

The developer will pay a connection charge estimated to be $350,625.39 plus a special Brickell Basin II sewer connection charge of $195,627.90 for a total of over $545,000.

Alberto Milo of The Gallery at West Brickell LLC signed the agreement with Miami-Dade County. The deal was finalized in May, while a separate school concurrency agreement was finalized in June.

The Gallery At West Brickell will include a 29-story residential tower, an 11-story parking garage, and the school.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
4 months ago

Yes! West Brickell coming together.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Great news about the school.

peej
4 months ago

MDCPS & Suffolk couldn’t agree on a GMP for Brickell World School so it’s out for a rebid, and has already changed names. It’s now called Southside Preparatory Academy & School House Apartments, with multiple GC’s chasing it.

I bet 1 Southside Park breaking ground helped lead to the re-branding.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Another big project for west Brickell, hopefully the remaining lots are this height or higher

Anonymous
4 months ago

Finally a new school in miami. We need universities not bloody casinos.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Wtf?

This is a school for kiddies, and what benefits does Miami get from graduating college grads who flee the city for greener pastures once they finish school?

Anonymous
4 months ago

Get educated on this topic. More and more students are staying.
That brain drain thing was yesteryears’s news.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Before you start talking shit, prove what you’re saying first.. otherwise, stfu…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Improving Florida International University and University of Miami is the fastest path.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Unrelated to this project, but does anyone know what’s happening with the Okeydokey food hall that sits on the adjacent property? It’s been sitting unfinished for months now with no movement whatsoever.

Anonymous
4 months ago

I’ve thought the same thing for a while and concluded it’s a laundering operation basically maxing out losses to clean legit profits from another business or the developer is completely inept and is losing money “by accident”

Anonymous
4 months ago

I am happy to see all these beautiful new projects for beautiful growing Miami. I only hope that the connection, impact/development fees actually end up in improving/expanding the sewage and water infrastructure. I feel that 10 or 15 years from now we may wake up to a flood of raw sewage and the City/taxpayers faced with a huge bill on addressing the lack of sewage capacity/infrastructure.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Brickell and West Brickell have undergone a MAJOR sewer/water expansion recently.

Shawn Kouri
4 months ago

TNM. Everything is all about utilities deals today. Pretty wild.

Azarius
4 months ago

Nice to hear of utilities deal but we need more ground breakings!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Beautiful but it looks more like it belongs to Wynwood

Anonymous
4 months ago

There is nothing in wynwood this height

Anonymous
4 months ago

I don’t care what anyone says, I’ve always liked the designed and look of this building.