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

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
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Andrewn2
Andrewn2

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

suomynona
suomynona

To accommodate the increased use on that block. Obvi.

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

Anonymous
Anonymous

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

suomynona
suomynona

This isn’t brightline, dummy.

Anonymous
Anonymous

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
Anonymous

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

Miami Hurricane
Miami Hurricane

LIKE A WORLD CENTER?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Those arriving on the train will find parking garages.

Anonymous
Anonymous

its a small infill project, relax.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Small doesn’t have to omit artistic and creative design