A new community planned between Midtown and Edgewater is moving quickly through the review process, with a county board set to study the proposal this week.
Miami-Dade’s Plat Commitee will review a submission by the developer at a meeting on March 22.
The plat documents to be reviewed are identical to those reviewed by a city platting board in January.
According to the submittal, the project will include a 38,450 square-foot grocery store and a 61,450 square foot fitness facility. Also included will be residential buildings with 400 and 354 apartments, 268,654 square feet of office space, 16,720 square feet of retail, and 620,731 square feet of parking.
Crescent Heights has said they want to begin construction as soon as possible.