Leasing has commenced at the 300-unit Grand Station tower in downtown Miami – and former baseball player Alex Rodriguez has become both an investor and a property manager for the new building.
“Downtown Miami was in immediate need of luxury housing that brought residents close to the city’s renowned amenities and transportation options that take them anywhere in South Florida,” said Rodriguez.
A-Rod’s Monument Real Estate Services will be the property manager.
The $70 million transit-oriented development is expected to be ready for move-ins this summer, the developer said late last month.
Net effective rents for residences studios start at $1,277, with one-bedrooms at $1,427 and two-bedrooms at $1,963.
The developer says the units will be Class A luxury apartments, with custom Italian cabinets, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, walk-in closets and a full-size washer and dryer.
The project will include a “New York-inspired” rooftop terrace, an outdoor kitchen with grilling area and an oversized swimming pool with sun deck and several hot tubs.
An amenities deck will feature a fitness center, wellness treatment and spa rooms, an indoor heated soaking pool, a computer and business center, a clubroom, and an indoor-outdoor spa. There will also be a concierge service, dog spa with pet station, bike storage and 24-hour package lockers.
Government Center’s Metrorail, Metromover and bus hubs, as well as MiamiCentral which features the tri-county rail service Brightline and will eventually include TriRail, are within a five-minute walk of the property.
Zyscovich Architects and Anillo, Toledo, Lopez LLC designed the building.