Legions Apartment Complex Proposed In Northeast Miami

A five-story apartment complex is planned at 6445 NE 7th Avenue in Miami.

The proposal calls for 237 residential units and 425 parking spaces on a 3.6 acre lot.

Miami’s UDRB is scheduled to review the plans this month.

Global City Development and Midtown Group are the developers. Stantec is the project architect.

 

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suomynona
5 years ago

And yet still nothing about the development that’s already going vertical at NW 12th Ave and NW 11th St.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Premium Bay…… Hidden and close to everything !!

William
5 years ago

With a park right next door… Very cool.

aceraroja
5 years ago

lol hundreds of parking spots, guess the city doesn’t plan for even the higher density parts of the UES to be walkable. Not the developer’s fault really. What is their fault is that this is the most 2002-ass apartment building I’ve seen proposed new in a while. Open parking below a U-shaped lowrise? And ugh that corny pomo-ripoff roofline. Someone dug this out of a pile of scrapped bubble-era proposals.

Anonymous
5 years ago

You won’t see anything tall. The low-rise single-family home communities will unleash hell if anything of the slightest height is proposed.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I live in that area and I personally find this to be a Very average looking building, specially for the MiMo District. Why they don’t build a life work more lofty style complex. (Perhaps in The Filling Station mood)
The biggest issue is this area is the lack of parking spaces, they could maximize the space and build a shared paid public parking garage.

Anonymous
5 years ago

How are they gonna flout the mimo district height restriction up to 35ft???? Which is about 3 stories..who is getting kickbacks in the commissions

Anonymous
5 years ago

I wish all the windows were consistent by every level. It looks like Pong or something. What a mess…

Nope. Not smart.
4 years ago

200′ high to the highest point. 713 units. 1,356 parking spaces. T-5 Zoning. For low rise Bayside?