Gables Station Tops Off, Will Include Shared Living With 400 Beds

Gables Station recently topped off, according to engineer Bliss & Nyitray.

The 1.2 million square-foot mixed-use project will include 434 apartments, 66 extended-stay hotel rooms, 125,000 square feet of retail, and 1,000 parking spaces.

One of the three buildings will be run by Ollie, with upscale co-living units, according to Bisnow.

Around 400 beds will be available for rent, with units furnished. Residents will be able to choose their roommate using an app, or opt for a private studio.

Hotel-like amenities will be offered, including fresh towels and maid service.

Gables Station will also include The Living Room, an open air square lined with shops, restaurants, and seating areas, as well as a newly built section of The Underline, funded by the developer.

The project is being designed by Gensler.

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Excellent looking project.. I wish the entire area around Culmer station looked like this.

marc
2 years ago

Maybe some day. There’s some land just east of Culmer Station owned by MDT just waiting for development.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I know exactly where you’re talking about.. and that area is huge.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Maybe some day there will be a soccer stadium by Culmer station too.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Why isn’t this happening around every Metrorail and Tri-Rail Station?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Zoning laws….

Anonymous
2 years ago

And available land.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Many cities and local governments have overlays at stations to deal with it. It’s NIMBYs complaining about extra traffic that are the problem, and sometimes actually have a point when the parking ratios used appear to defeat the whole purpose of a TOD in the first place.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Because every and anything involving mass transit in Miami has to be argued over, studied then studied again, and after all that, giving to the FAA for more studying and approval, and then slammed on the laps of the citizens to vote on.

Meanwhile, a billion dollar tunnel for trucks?.. no wait and no problem.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Because the market’s mentality still loves outer suburbia and auto/highway dependency. Look at Doral, Miramar, Pembroke Pines. You’ll see those markets flourishing everywhere…

Anonymous
2 years ago

It is Metro-Rail

Anonymous
2 years ago

They want those rich UM students for that luxury co living

Anonymous
2 years ago

Interesting to see how it goes. X by PMG has a small component of coliving too.

Anonymous
2 years ago

From just the little amount of area these pictures show, Miami’s tree canopy is bigger than what some people think it is.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Coral Gables

Anonymous
2 years ago

White people are the only ones who don’t chop down all the damn foliage and canopy

Azarius
2 years ago

Hopefully the shared Aptms aren’t $1000/bed which most likely they will be

Anonymous
2 years ago

Asked and answered.

Anonymous
2 years ago

what kinda idiot is gonna pay 1000 to share a studio in some building next to a train station…??? you can share a 2bed/2bth on the north part of miami beach for less than that per month…i know some young bachelor dudes renting a 3bd/2bth in gloria estefans high rise on 14th and they are only paying 800 per month each…idiocy

CDub
2 years ago

US1 will be even more hellish

Anonymous
2 years ago

Afraid of traffic, then relocate to somewhere like Montana… guarantee you won’t have to worry about it there.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Running away solves nothing. Cheers.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Burned!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Complaining about what you can expect from living in the city solves nothing either. Cheers.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What will be the starting prices for the apartments?

Anonymous
2 years ago

one t h o u s a n d parking spaces, right next to a metro station. the opposite of transit oriented development. waste of prime space, imo.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Look, If I wanna get from these apartments to let’s say for instance, Miami Beach and back, MetroRail ain’t gonna do it for me.

Anonymous
2 years ago

No but Uber will. And it might some day if they ever built it to the beach.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Can we call you for a supplement for Surge pricing scenarios ?

Anonymous
2 years ago

People want their cars for the weekends, even if they’re not commuters. Also, the co-living component may actually increase parking need – just a guess. Not too many examples in Miami to refer to.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami’s “podiums” invade Coral Gables, but with no setbacks!