First Phase Of Mast Capital’s 688-Unit Miami River Walk Has Topped Off, With Another Complex Rising Across The Street

Miami River Walk’s first phase has topped off.

The project will bring 688 new apartments to the Miami River near the Miami Health District, Little Havana, Overtown, Brickell, and Spring Garden.

A pedestrian path along the river will span around 1,000 feet along the river and be open to the public, adding an important piece to Miami’s riverwalk.

Mast Capital and AEW are the developers, with Corwil the architect.

Next door, Avra Jain is planning 555 River House, a luxury project designed by architect Carlos Zapata.

Across the street, a 138-unit project called Reflections Little Havana is now rising developed by J. Milton. Between the projects, a total of four cranes are now in place in both sides of the street.

 

Two cranes for Reflection across the street:

Reflections, now rising across the street:

 

 

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Anonymous

Great scale. Cheers!

Anonymous

It is also walking distance to Marlins Park.

Anonymous

Wish there was some more street activation but a good amount of units for the neighborhood to start getting more action.

Anonymous

Please start bringing hundreds of these type apartment buildings northwest.

Anonymous

Yeah Miami needs more of these that aren’t in the most uhhh flood prone areas

Anonymous

Yes, NW 36th Street as well as 27th and 22nd avenue can use a few of these.

Anonymous

Great project 👍

Anonymous

Nice project

Anonymous

Is it just me or was this fast?

Anonymous

APARTMENTS APARTMENTS APARTMENTS !!!!!!!!!!! No one can afford to buy anymore thanks to graverobbing, soul sucking global douchebags !!

Anonymous

What is this neighborhood called?

Anonymous

Bland and soulless….the up and coming latins are sure to love it!

Anonymous

Sorry but everyone can’t own a Lambroghini like you.

Anonymous

oh, me-so-jelous of the up an coming latins

Anonymous

hun not everyone living in Miami is Latin.

Anonymous

all cities where gringos are a majority have nothing but great buildings right?

Anonymous

Except we don’t have shanty towns steps away, medieval diseases, and police arresting you for bribe money.

Anonymous

Latinos in the US c=/= Latin America

Anonymous

Chicago? New York City? LA?

Anonymous

What is with the racism on this site. Move to Whiteyville, Midwest state if that’s what you want ffs

Anonymous

Seriously I will get automoderated if I mention cl*mate ch*nge on here but people spewing anti-Latino hate all day long.

Anonymous

Please, there are Latinos in Miami that hate other Latinos from certain Latin countries.

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I don’t get it either. It’s an apartment complex for Christ’s sake. How did race come into this?