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First Park-Line Tower At Brightline's MiamiCentral Tops Off

First Park-Line Tower At Brightline’s MiamiCentral Tops Off

The first of two Park-Line residential towers at MiamiCentral topped off recently, and is on track for completion in 2019.

The towers rise 30 and 33 stories, but are actually much taller when including multiple levels of robotic parking garage, train platforms, and retail underneath. The shorter north tower is topped off, while the taller south tower is still rising.

A total of 816 apartments are being built between both towers.

Residents will live above the Centralfare food hall and retail complex, and have access to Brightline, Metrorail, Metromover and Tri-Rail. They will also enjoy an outdoor amenity deck that spans multiple city blocks above the station.

 

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marc
marc

Very cool place to live for those that don’t need a car.

Anonymous
Anonymous

If I live in a building that has a “robotic parking garage” you bet your ass I would own a car, because what I pay in rent goes towards maintaining such a parking system.

Gene
Gene

Just curious – how do you like the robotic system?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Read much?

Anonymous
Anonymous

I’m sure they will have rental options that don’t include parkiing.

marc
marc

and that’s fine too

Anonymous
Anonymous

Exciting project intergrating office, residential, and mass-transit its been a long time coming but really great to see that completion in nearing 👍

Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks like it’s just sitting there on top of the station. It looks awkward, like an afterthought. May be once it’s finished it will have a better integrated appearance.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hmmmm ya maybe once its actually finished itll look a bit better…really?

Anonymous
Anonymous

soooo cool…great urban lifestyle

Anonymous
Anonymous

Amazing.. this project is almost finished and they haven’t even put a shovel in the ground yet to start on the convention center which they talked about much earlier.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Two different projects! Convention center is part of the world center project.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Who said the convention center project is part of Brightline?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Even if it’s necessary, that parking garage that looks like holes were poked into it is butt ugly.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Better design than most others in last couple of years.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Brightline pricing sucks it’s like the airlines different price different day for everyone it never will be like a commuter flat rate fee I guess.

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Supply and Demand… Open an economics book..