Live Local Project With 3,233 Residential Units Proposed

Plans have been submitted to Miami-Dade reviewers for a massive Live Local project.

The project is named The HueHub or Holland Park. It is planned to include:

  • 3,233 residential units
  • 57,260 square feet of retail
  • 4,249 parking spaces

Multiple towers are planned, with the tallest topping off at 37 stories. The property currently has one-story buildings with residential, office and church uses.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

27th Ave Hollandpark Ecoresidences LLC is the developer.

Miami-Dade is planning the North Corridor Metrorail extension along NW 27th Avenue. One of the proposed stations is at 83rd Street, steps from the development site.

 

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IsLivingLocalLokoWhenYouHaveNoInfrastructure?
21 days ago

So no property taxes and 2x the amount of density…Is this a good idea?

Bandit
21 days ago

Also 4K more cars on the road… The lack of urban planning is outstanding

YIMBY
21 days ago

Property taxes are only abated on the affordable units. Balance all paying into the county coffers baby!

Jordan
20 days ago

If you care about people and affordable housing of course it is.

Go take public transport and sit on this land for an hour.

Anonymous
20 days ago

All the planners and professionals are not be able to milk on fees providing studies throughout the local approval process as you can build through a State right.

John Duns Scotus
20 days ago

$166,231 was the annual tax bill before this developer bought this property.

Of course this new construction will generate more than $166,231 per year.

This project will also create hundreds of direct jobs and over a 1,000 indirect jobs.

The Elizabeth Gardens was on the market for years with 140 apartments on 12 acres and no takers.

The Live Local Act is more than just density bonuses it allows for less restrictive requirements and allow for better design.

Anonymous
20 days ago

The design here looks like miserable boxes with irregular boxes slapped down the sides doe.

John Duns Scotus
20 days ago

Go visit the property today.
The 140 apartments on 12 acres look the same today as they looked in 1969…like miserable boxes with lead based paint and inefficient a/c systems.

Ignacius
20 days ago

True. The 140 apts.look like.army barracks with surface parking for broken down cars and DIY oil changes.

The new apts are safer, more, energy efficient, and the people on the Pickelball courts look very happy!

anonymous
20 days ago

look at what they’re planning and the place they’re putting it… something tells me it will be “scaled down” in many ways with the final product

Victor Yue
14 days ago

Just another recycled design by Bernardo Fort-Brescia. Previous project that he couldn’t sell to someone else.

anonymous
21 days ago

I love it , buildings are popping up everywhere in Miami Dade county

Scott
21 days ago

This whole Live act is going to ruin so many neighborhoods. It’s like – there may be valid reasons why neighborhoods within a mile of each other have different height allowances. We really are being led by thoughtless idiots.

Anon
20 days ago

Well that’s what generations of voting against increasing density results in – knee-jerk reactions. We have an affordability crisis because of decades of poor planning – not the LLA

Jordan
20 days ago

Have you been to this site?

Annonymous
20 days ago

Have you seen this neighborhood? What exactly would be ruined?

anonymous
20 days ago

BINGO!

anonymous
20 days ago

Live Local Act is exactly what these neighborhoods like this need. Look on the map and do google street and youll see an investment of this size in the neighborhood will be beneficial

John Duns Scotus
20 days ago

What is your favorite part of this exciting neighborhood? Is it the King Cash Pawn & Jewelry Store or the Tina Nails?

Maybe I’m a thoughtless idiot, and, I understand how you may treasure the local restaurants like Wendy’s, McDonald’s, and Burger King that are within blocks. However, with 57,260 square feet of retail space in addition to the residential units, parks and plaza, I’ll bet that there a great number of options for the residents here.

Personally, I like newly constructed buildings over the 1969 buildings that have been on that site.

anonymous
20 days ago

This property is within a short distance of a current metrorail station and supposedly is having a new station built nearby with the north extension. This is exactly the type of property that should be built due to its connectiity to the rest of the county

anonymous
21 days ago

Saying the property is steps away from a metrorail stop is being very generous when in fact it actually a mile away. At minimum they should get the developer to pay an impact fee to cover the cost of a future station directly on the north side of the property.

Intermodal in a bad way
20 days ago

They’re trying to say that it is steps away from a potential new North corridor stop in West Little River.

John Duns Scotus
20 days ago

Please read this part out loud:
“Miami-Dade is planning the North Corridor Metrorail extension along NW 27th Avenue. One of the proposed stations is at 83rd Street, steps from the development site.”

The developer will be paying a lot of impact fees already.

Anonymous
21 days ago

The Live Local Act was a good idea from Tallahassee for once. The ironic thing about it is if it was proposed by Democrats, conservatives would be saying it was destroying the suburban way of life.

Jordan
20 days ago

It was sponsored and championed by two Republicans from Miami-Dade Co. And signed by the Gov.

Anunu
20 days ago

that’s their point

John Duns Scotus
20 days ago

The point is that the idea did not “come from Tallahassee”, it came from Miami-Dade County.

Having watched the “We need a solution to affordable housing” movie annually for a couple of decades, the summary is as follows.

Dems: The solution to affordable housing is to spend more tax dollars, and fund a few Non-Profits to solve this. Please meet my sister-in-law, she has a PhD from University of Phoenix, she would make a great CEO of the non-profit that will make housing more affordable and make more renters for life.

Miami Dade GOP: The solution to affordable housing is to add supply to the market to eliminate the artificial barriers government imposes to the supply / demand equation.

Abalm
15 days ago

Try getting Republicans to increase the density in their wealthy single family neighborhood and you will see that they aren’t very “pro-market”.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Except the suburban Democrats who live in run-down suburbs of yesteryear like Miami Gardens screaming gentrification, and on the other side of the spectrum NIMBYs in gated communities with armed guards like Weston.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Conservatives aren’t the ones living in places like Pinecrest and Parkland, and saying low-income housing for thee, but not for me.

anonymous
20 days ago

to be honest it didn’t go far enough!

Jamrock
18 days ago

What do you mean if? Democrats would never allow their suburbs to be destroyed. Look at the west coast

SouthFloridaRocks
21 days ago

Great news! Desperately needed affordable units coming to Miami. NYC take note!!

Anonymous
20 days ago

NYC would build this for homeless addicts and illegal goblins.

Anonymous
18 days ago

The irony being Miami is already 90% illegal goblins

Anonymous
20 days ago

Nice neighborhood…

Annonymous
20 days ago

I assume you favor redlining then and banning investment for areas you don’t consider desirable. The whole point of investments is that they improve the poor neighborhoods making everyone better off. Or are you one of those people that gets upset when other people have success?

Anonymous
20 days ago

Arshittectonica copying and pasting those round corner rectangles everywhere.

Anon
20 days ago

Needs a better name that’s more in tune with the neighborhood because east Hialeah looks nothing like Holland 😭

OO7
20 days ago

This is not Hialeah. Also there is no such place as east Hialeah, just as there is no west Brickell. Quit your bs.

Anonymous
20 days ago

There is an East Hialeah btw.

Anonymous
20 days ago

I don’t think it’s named after a Dutch region. “Holland” is a last name and also used for places around the world. Frankly, it’s better than “The HueHub.”

Annonymous
20 days ago

This is perfect, right next to a future planned station with plenty of affordable housing on high ground away from flooding & storm surges, for a neighborhood in need of investment.

Anonymous
20 days ago

This project will revitalize this area which is a Red light district at this time

Anonymous
20 days ago

All for the density, not so much for the architecture. I know the bar is low here, but come on…

Anonymous
20 days ago

The truck parking lot and Northside Center are perfect for TOD, and already in proximity to a Metrorail station. Maybe with this on the other side of the latter, it’ll exert pressure for them to redevelop?

Anonymous
20 days ago

Only Arquitectonica could put lipstick on blocks of turds, but putting a Cybertruck in the foreground of their renderings.

Anon
20 days ago

damn I’m usually a fan or ARQ but all the buildings looking the same kinda makes it look like the projects but “modern”

MyName
18 days ago

why would someone paint a building BLACK in MIAMI where is EXTREMELY HOT already??????