Foundation Work Now Underway At Downtown Miami’s 428-Unit Modera Riverside

Foundation equipment has moved onto the downtown Miami site where the 36-story Modera Riverside apartment tower is being built.

A revised Notice of Commencement marking the start of construction was filed on April 4 (the original Notice of Commencement for the project was filed in December 2021).

According to the filing, Modera Riverside will include:

  • 428 dwelling units and amenity spaces
  • 4,266 square feet of retail space
  • 505 parking spaces

First move-ins are anticipated for August 2024, according to the website of developer Mill Creek Residential.

The property has a Walk Score of 92 and a Transit Score of 100, Mill Creek said.

Developer Adler Group is in the process of rezoning the adjacent property along the river, with a hearing before commissioners scheduled for May 12.

 

The site last week:


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Joe CARollo
20 days ago

Hope this increases foot traffic and helps diminish the homeless congregation in this immediate area as its getting out of control…there’s more homeless than residents currently!!

Azarius
20 days ago

Need more market rate and workforce housing let’s get her done. Not crazy about design the with a new office building and luxury condos/ apartments on the river this area will be upgraded majorly

Anonymous
20 days ago

Alright for a filler, but the riverfront development has be better, meaning no box, irregular windows and balconies, and giant blank facades covered with a cheesy mural or sheetmetal.

Also, never mind the city moving into new offices here. Move city hall and consolidate these offices into the old courthouse.

Joe CARollo
20 days ago

That’d be far too sensible

M m
20 days ago

Good to see but this area is such a mess. Just a sea of parking lots underneath the interstate. Right downtown too. Unfortunate.

Anonymous
20 days ago

“Just a sea of parking lots underneath the interstate”

That means that whoever parks there, they’re cars stay cool.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Um, wouldn’t you rather have parking under the Interstate rather than parking garages taking up valuable real estate? Frankly, I wish the FP&L substation could take up a couple of those blocks.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Tower projects overlooking the Miami River or Biscayne Bay are predestined for success. Just make a nice project, so that the units are sold quickly.

A Nonymous
20 days ago

How can it be 100 when Miami-Dade transit itself is just a 65?

Anonymous
20 days ago

This should go a long way to cleaning up the blight in that area. Theres still the spaghetti connector overpasses and parking lots underneath but a well lit block will be a deterrent from staying off that corner

Anonymous
20 days ago

Now if they could only get rid of that FPL station right there. That thing is a major eyesore and a giant reminder of how fucked up the priorities of city planners were in prior generations.

(Not that our city commission is perfect now — far from it — but I don’t think an FPL station on prime waterfront real estate would fly today.)

Anonymous
20 days ago

Well they approved one in the middle of Wynwood, but don’t worry, it has “art!”

Joe CARollo
20 days ago

You’re giving them wayyyyy too much credit there…

Melo is sigma and Chad
20 days ago

Downgrade but about time it starts

Non sesual wit it
20 days ago

It’s about basic looking as it gets. But given the current situation with that area and low amount of WF apartments, I’ll take this cereal box apartment. Let’s start pouring the concrete.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Transit score of 100 but 505 parking spots 🤯

Anonymous
20 days ago

Yeah, the building will also have retail space.

Anonymous
20 days ago

You can score walking?

Nope
20 days ago

Meh

Ciparoo
19 days ago

The area has potential…total eyesore right now tho!

Azure
20 days ago

They’re trying but miss the mark terribly here.

Joe CARollo
20 days ago

Literally anything is better than what’s there now

Mali
20 days ago

Where is affordable apartments for low-income people in Miami county,
. Miami is not los Angeles or San Francisco or new york, so Miami
Population Mosley low-income
People. Stop bragging.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Ugly

Anonymous
20 days ago

Another box!