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First Glass Installed At 719-Unit Chiquita Apartment Project In Midtown Miami

First Glass Installed At 719-Unit Chiquita Apartment Project In Midtown Miami

The massive residential project being built next to Midtown Miami has had its first windows installed.

AMLI Residential is building 719 apartments on 6.6. acres of land, spanning several city blocks along Northeast Second Avenue.

According to a construction permit, 511 units are being built at 3000 Northeast Second Avenue, with construction cost estimated at $114 million. The building height is listed at 14 stories, or 180 feet, with 500,000 square feet being built.

A second construction permit is active at 2900 Northeast Second Avenue. There, 208 units are being built, with construction cost estimated at $36 million. A total of 474,684 square feet will be built, with an 8-story, 100-foot building height.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Seriously! Please build bike lanes on NE 2nd Ave. It’s a “quiet” street with little traffic compared to Biscayne or N Miami Ave.

Build a real network so that people who live in these buildings can live a car-free or less car-dependent lifestyle.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Jeez will you people shutup about bike lanes for once!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Don’t upset the infrastructure professionals on here!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Only in their mind.. LOL

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes, continue the ones on NE 2nd to the north. There’s not even a sidewalk in the 3 blocks south of 36th.

Anonymous
Anonymous

NE2nd Ave defintely needs to become a transit oriented, pedestrian oriented thoroughfare. Its the perfect mid ground for edge water midtown and wynwood residents to move north south on.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Transit!
Parking!
Bike Lanes, Pedestrians!
Metromover!
Driving!
Metrorail!
Express Bus!
Uber!
Parking!
Flying Cars!

There, saved us all a little time.

Anonymous
Anonymous

are you running for city council? bahhahahahah

Anonymous
Anonymous

Midtown 6 in the background looks like it has a lot of glass.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Excellent project for Midtown area.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There is no cross walk on NE 2nd from about 20th street all the way to 29th street… so a good 10 blocks with no where to cross safely – and you think Miami gives a rats butt about being ped friendly? I don’t think so… people don’t walk here they don’t want to it’s too damn hot and dangerous to walk with cars that drive the way they do… so it ain’t gonna happen… also the developers are in it to make money not on making bike lanes or sidewalks… why would they care?

Anonymous
Anonymous

You’re contradicting yourself.

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is coming along quickly, I wonder what the status is on the proposed walmart across the tracks. Related group might as well try to buy it.

Jim Jones
Jim Jones

They recently put black tarp along the fence and brought in some heavy machinery. Dirt is moving…

Anonymous
Anonymous

hmm wonder what theyre building

Anonymous
Anonymous

About time

Anonymous
Anonymous

Please God, no! No Welfaremart in Midtown! Open in Liberty City or something.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Welfaremart?

So, the people who drive those BMW’s, Benz’s, and Lexus’s that I see in the parking lot of Walmart are just “welfare scammers?”

Anonymous
Anonymous

Love the height variations of these buildings. Buildings in the teens, twenty, and thirty story ranges are going to give this area that excitement we’re expecting.

chupacabra..L.L.C.
chupacabra..L.L.C.

excitement=floor elevation???

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah.. it beats more one story third world looking graffiti painted buildings.

Anonymous
Anonymous

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