Developer Prepares To Break Ground On 31-Story Downtown Miami Apartment Building

Grand Station Partners has applied for a construction permit to build a 31-story apartment tower.

No contractor is listed yet on the permit. Total construction cost is estimated at $41 million, with the developer paying a $114,800 permit fee.

The project is being built on property owned by the Miami Parking Authority. It will include a total of 300 apartments:

  • 44 studios (450 square feet)
  • 124 1-bedrooms (650 square feet)
  • 132 2-bedrooms (875-square feet)

Brightline’s MiamiCentral complex is one block away.

Groundbreaking will take place in August 2018 with a construction permit expected to be issued in July, the developer told The Real Deal.

Zyscovich Architects and Frances Anillo Toledo are the architects. UDRB, along with Planning & Zoning approval, was obtained last year.

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Miami is booming.. nice to see this.. hopefully they keep it affordable.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Alot of feral cats live in that lot, hope they find a nice home.

Andrewn2
3 years ago

Did anyone notice that the context plan for this proposal has the World Center project in the wrong location?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Why not use the garage behind the building? Why build *another* garage in the new building?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Mr. Garage hater.
Because they will demolish it to build another highrise in that lot. They call it maximizing your investment.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Look at the plans. They are joining the two structures together.

suomynona
3 years ago

To accommodate the increased use on that block. Obvi.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The red “lines” across the building make it look cheap and nasty, even for a filler. Hopefully a revision fixes this by August?

Anonymous
3 years ago

this company has a lot of real estate wow, brightline is a land grab either way you look at it

suomynona
3 years ago

This isn’t brightline, dummy.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Where is the design on this property? Where is the creativity?
Shame that trains arriving into downtown Miami can’t have a more striking, innovative design…

Anonymous
3 years ago

its a small infill project, relax.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Small doesn’t have to omit artistic and creative design

Anonymous
3 years ago

Those arriving on the train will find parking garages.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Be thankful it’s not going to painted yellow blue red and orange.

Miami Hurricane
3 years ago

LIKE A WORLD CENTER?