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.

 

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POLO

The beginning of big things to come for that neighborhood.

Anonymous

Hope they start phase 2 which is the office/hotel building, next to government center.

Anonymous

There’s no looking back – this is the game changer the area needed to induce pedestrian density in the core and will complement world center nicely.

Anonymous

Via Apartments.com right now…

1 – 1 1/2 952 SQFT- starting at $3,075
2 – 2 1,432 SQFT- starting at $3,995

LOL

Anonymous

There’s a sucker born every minute… They are counting on finding 800 of ’em.

Jesus

Perfect. Now please build us that supernal skyscraper you guys were planning on doing. No more planning! More doing! I’m talking to you Melo! haha

Anonymous

Melo’s Balsa wood construction won’t support a supertall. 😉

Anonymous

“dog park with dog exercise equipment and a pet spa on property”

Jesus Christ.

Anonymous

Yeah. I hope they offer Poke Bowls for my pet too.
Namaste.

Anonymous

2K + Seems a little steep for the area, but Im sure theyll lease fine

Anonymous

Ditching your car and its costs (monthly payments, insurance, gas, etc) make it doable for those looking for something close to affordable downtown.

Anonymous

this area has nothing but shitty retail and where are the offices for jobs?

Anonymous

Where are the companies to lease those offices?

Anonymous

Great looking towers and overall project. Really nice use of accent pain colors and landscape integration. Sets a new standard. I would move in here.

Anonymous

Lol..”one of the country’s first true transit oriented developments”..other cities have been doing TOD for 50 years or more.

Chuck Finster

At $1,900 to start? Lease-up may take a little while. Thanks for the heads up but I think we have a good 24-36 months before this is filled…

Azarius

millennium Aren’t making this kind of money.. they’ll need two room mates in a studio

Anonymous

seems a little over the top that this is one of the country’s first true transit oriented developments… that didn’t happen in NYC?

Anonymous

Just a marketing gimmick here. Plenty of TOD in MIA.

Anonymous

miami isn’t NYC – it’s more like San Juan

Anonymous

Finally, been waiting on this for a while, about to sign my lease now!!

Anonymous

This is excellent news. 800+ plus units on a transit station. No parking except for valet.
This is Utopia!
Nothing else to bitch and whine about!

Now, I’ll scroll down and read all the beautiful and glowing comments…

Anonymous

Valet parking means that the people living there have somewhere to park their cars.

Anonymous

when will Central Fare be open on weekends?

Anonymous

it’s dead there stay open and lose money?

Anonymous

Im sure it will start doing much busier now that 800 residences are coming online

Anonymous

not if the residents aren’t lazy. 😉

Anonymous

this building has been completed for awhile…..I was wondering what the hold up was

Anonymous
Anonymous

I don’t understand why they are building all of these luxury high rises. The Scorpion Tower and Miami World Center lights are off most of the time. The building are empty.
Not to mention 900 Biscayne…..those towers have been there for 8 plus years….less than half full.

Anonymous

Wow.. very nice views indeed. Luxury product.

Game changer for downtown neighborhood.

Anonymous

LMAO

Anonymous

omg can’t wait to move in.

Anonymous

Hard to imagine many residents eating in the train station where prices are like the airport.

Anonymous

on top of that the place lacks variety. Theres only so much House of Mac that one can eat.

Anonymous

I could eat house of Mac every day of my life til I die, that’s blasphemy!

Anonymous

Gross
Yuk

Laz

This is a step in the right direction, apartments seem mediocre but you cant beat having all that transportation if you live and work near it.

Anonymous

“Park” in name only. No actual parks nearby.

Anonymous

They’re three nearby and the oval park is literally downstairs.

Anonymous

Developments are often named after what they replace, sad reality.

Anonymous

There wasn’t an park there before it was an parking lot and decades before that train tracks.

Anonymous

Lame bro very lame

Anonymous

LAME

Anonymous

Theres a massive “park” on the roof