The developer of the Magic City Innovation District has filed platting documents with Miami-Dade County and unveiled new renderings.
The platting documents were already approved by a city of Miami committee earlier this year.
The plat will be known as MCID-2. It will include 1,599 apartments, 941,800 square feet of office, 432 hotel units, and over 200,000 square feet of retail, along with parking.
Renderings show a number of futuristic looking office and residential buildings in front of a proposed train stop along the Brighline tracks.
The train stop is named Little Haiti Station in renderings.
The developer previously said that a 12-story office building that will serve as the headquarters for Motorsport Network will break ground in early 2022. However, it doesn’t appear that there are any construction permits pending.