Developer Signs Utilities Deal For New Building With 385 Residential Units

The developer of a multifamily building planned in the Health District has signed a deal to connect it to the county’s water and sewer system.

According to the agreement recorded this month, a total of 385 residential units will be built.

A December 2022 filing with Miami’s UDRB showed the project would also have a garage with 590 spaces.

Construction permitting has been underway since October, with Moss & Associates listed as the contractor.

The Civic Center Metrorail station is a five minute walk from the property.

 



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Anon
23 days ago

Looks good except the giant diagonal stick

anonymous
23 days ago

It would be boring without it.

Anonymous
23 days ago

“B-but… it’s ICONIC!” -Architect

Lorenzo the Magnificent
20 days ago

That detail is what makes the building less boring.

Name*
23 days ago

Lots of parking for those to whom walking 5 minutes to a 3 dollar train is worse than buying a 50,000 car or at least 5,000 down 500 a month and paying 5/hr parking and possibly 5$ gas again. Though for now gas at under 3$ is almost an all time record cheap going back all 100 years, for inflation.

Jordan
22 days ago

A gallon of gas in March 1993 was $1.
Adjusting that for inflation, it’s about $2.15.

In March 2017, a gallon of gas averaged $2.

I filled up on Sunday at the cheapest place I know of for $3.14 per gallon.

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Johnny Blitz
23 days ago

Not bad but I really liked the original design better.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Cool chopsticks building in prime spot by transit 🥢

Anonymous
23 days ago

The original design was much better.

Downtowner
23 days ago

“The Slash.”

anonymous
23 days ago

nice filler in this location. Naturally everyone will complain about parking which does seem like alot.

Downtowner
23 days ago

It’s in the Healthcare District, where there’s a dearth of parking. Maybe they’re going to provide parking (at a price) to non-residents.

anonymous
23 days ago

Agreed. But this is replacing a busy parking lot for a commercial building, so much of the new garage is presumably meant to service short term retail customers (ie. several restaurants and a LabQuest). at least the garage is set behind the shops, so it isn’t ruining a sidwalk for pedestrians.

Anon
23 days ago

This is a neighborhood of parking garages.

Name*
23 days ago

Civic Center used to compete with Dadeland north and south and Brickell for #2 most used Metrorail station with over 6,000 riders a day, back in the good times of 2012 to 2014, before cheaper gas, Uber, and now covid.

Anonymous
23 days ago

I remember when Uber in Miami was affordable and convenient. Those were the days.

Jordan
22 days ago

Now that there is new housing in the Civic Center, 2,000 of those employees can just walk to work and won’t have to deal with the Metrorail on a daily basis.

A gallon of gasoline in Florida on average was:
March 2012 = $3.82
March 2013 = $3.71
March 2014 = $3.51

March 2024 = $3.37 from the same source.
Although, I just filled up on SW 8th Street, Miami for $3.14 per gallon last Sunday afternoon.

Jordan
22 days ago

A neighborhood with more surface parking lots than parking garages ten years ago.
It is great to see so many new buildings going up around the hospitals, research, and medical centers.

Is this the new development that the government promised 14 years ago if the Marlin’s Stadium sweetheart deal was built on NW 7th Street ?

We love chickens
21 days ago

14 years ago is a lifetime in Miami, this is a rough neighborhood, how many people will walk dogs?