Get Ready: Hundreds More Residents Set To Move To Downtown Miami In City’s ‘Largest Transit-Oriented Development Ever’

The twin-tower Park-Line towers above downtown Miami’s Virgin Trains hub will be ready for move ins beginning this month, its developers announced today in a press release.

With over 816 residences in two towers, the development is certain to bring new life into the area.

It is also the largest transit-oriented development in Miami’s history, and “one of the country’s first true transit oriented developments,” the developer said. Only valet parking is being offered.

“Park-Line Miami is set to offer the region luxury living like nothing Miami has ever seen before,” said Najam Syed, head of asset management at Brightline. “In addition to its centralized location in Miami’s most dynamic market, the accessibility to regional transportation and the vast amenities that Virgin MiamiCentral offers are incomparable in today’s residential market. Residents can enjoy a car-free lifestyle and simply take an elevator ride to dine at Central Fare, connect with Brightline to get to West Palm Beach or Fort Lauderdale and explore Downtown Miami within minutes.”

Park-Line apartments will be “the most connected residences” in Miami, according to Brightline. Metrorail, Metromover, and Tri-Rail are also part of or next to the complex, in addition to Virgin Trains.

Each tower rises 30 stories above MiamiCentral, starting 50 feet above ground.

Prices start at $1900 per month, with move-ins beginning January 2020.

Residents will have access to a two-acre amenity deck, resort-style pool and jacuzzi, luxury cabanas and daybeds, 75-foot lap pool with dual lanes, 13-foot outdoor movie screen, 3,500 square-foot fitness center and a quarter-mile running track. There is also a large yoga activity lawn, dog park with dog exercise equipment and a pet spa on property. The building features outdoor dining areas equipped with BBQ grills, a business center, co-working space, clubroom, free Wi-Fi in public areas, and private bike storage with repair stations. Residences are outfitted with European style cabinets, stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops.

The Bozzuto Group will manage the new property.