Developer Signs Utilities Deal For 283 Residential Units At River District 14

The developer planning River District 14 has signed a deal for the county to provide water and sewer utilities to the new building.

The agreement was recorded on August 4. Henry Pino signed on behalf of the developer.

River District 14 is proposed to rise 16 stories and include:

  • 283 dwelling units
  • 326 parking spaces

According to the project’s website, condo units will be delivered turnkey, with support provided for home sharing.

Metrorail’s Civic Center station is just a three minute walk away.

An affiliate of Alta is the developer.

Behar Font is the architect.

Miami’s UDRB reviewed the project earlier this year, and voted to recommend approval.

 


 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

I think it will sell easily. It is a good project, close to the train station, the mall and the river promenade. R certainly for a price much lower than those charged in Brickell and Downtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes still super close to Brickell! I’d rather take the train to a new close by trendy neighborhood than drive to Wynwood or Miami Beach.

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

I actually requested prices on these units. They are just as expensive as Brickell…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cool design but why not on the south side of the river which is nicer overall?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Agreed, we need 100 of these in East Little Havana, and less commieblocks and self-storage.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Riverside has a more captivating appeal and is already established in this area. East Little Havana might not resonate as well with potential markets, while Calle Ocho holds immense importance in Little Havana. Considering a name like New Havana could work, but Riverside seems to shift the focus away from ethnicity, making it more inclusive and inviting for everyone.

Name
1 month ago

Agreed. 1000%

Anonymous
1 month ago

this is more organic in-fill than what you’re seeing in Wynwood

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

Those are Brickell prices lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

Brickell prices are rising as other area prices rise.

anon
1 month ago

All them onlyfans hoes are driving the prices up!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly the waterfront destination where I City should be investing and expanding, right by metro, waterfront and existing infrastructure!

Anonymous
1 month ago

This isn’t waterfront.

Anonymous
1 month ago

More short term rentals 🤦🏻‍♂️

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not all units in short-term rental approved buildings are used for short term rentals. Many of the units will be occupied by residents.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Buildings with short term leases must have a commercial or laser appeal, which I don’t think is the case as it is not close to the beach or any office center. So, I agree that there will be permission for short term rentals, but this will not be the main occupancy.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The appeal is being close to Brickell and the urban core and new river walk. There is a huge market for people looking to be in modern Miami away from the beach culture.

Samy
1 month ago

short-term rentalS and Airbnb is a nightmare for residents

Anonymous
1 month ago

Proximity to medical campus will produce plenty of demand by those employed there I would guess. Great project for that location.

Linda
1 month ago

I want to move here so I can meet a doctor hubby.

Digging for gold
1 month ago

And if that fails, you can chase after lawyers and judges over at the Gerstein bldg.

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

nurses can afford 600k 1 bedroom condos??