Mill Creek Residential Proposes Modera Edgewater With 297 Apartments

Mill Creek residential is proposing to build a rental project called Modera Edgewater at 411 NE 24 Street.

The proposal calls for 297 apartments and 436 parking spaces in an eight story building.

Residents will have access to a rooftop pool and amenity deck.

Corwill Architects of Coral gables is the architect. Miami’s UDRB will review the plans at a meeting next week.

 

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Anonymous

With the boom in population in Edgewater, I hope more retail and restaurants soon open on Biscayne.

Edg(y)water

edgewater booming!

Anonymous

Fits perfectly into Edgewater.. Do it!

Anonymous

Green light …..Do it ! ….I love all this mixes going on , tall new buildings , medium , old , houses ….commercial …..in few years this area will be very demanding …..

Anonymous

I like it, apart from the parking garage not fitting in well with the rest of the building. For privacy concerns the stoops at street level should have gates for privacy concerns. It seems more industrial, and would fit better in Wynwood or the Design District, but whatever.

I also like that the historic 1920s apartment house on the southeast corner is not part of the redevelopment, but it’s a shame it’s adjacent to the loud-looking parking garage. Along with the other pre-war apartments and houses in the neighborhood sandwiched between new development, hopefully they’re restored and not get replaced by crap like at the southeast corner of Northeast 6th Avenue and 35th Terrace.

Anonymous

Not enough infrastructure (supper markets, medical clinics, etc.) in the neighborhood to support this kind of project (as well as other high rises that are going up). Traffic is horrific as is…this will not contribute in a good way. There needs to be a sustainable ‘vision’ for the Edgewater neighborhood…seems Miami is all about building neighborhoods without good planning.

Anonymous

Its aight…

Urbanist242

I wonder how much the rents would be.

Anonymous

Probably not cheap.. studios in Mill Creek Dadeland start at $1,700.

Urbanist242

who are these renters if the median household income in the county is less than 45k?

Anonymous

You buddy up with a roommate and live paycheck to paycheck to live in the “city” its called living in Miami *rolls eyes*

Urbanist242

lol ill pass, you’re right tho

suomynona

And yet Mill Creek’s Modera River House project that’s already going vertical in the Spring Garden neighborhood still hasn’t gotten a peep on this site.

Anonymous

Communist bloc architecture style with over priced rents for our income levels in miami..plus traffic is gonna be bad on biscayne 3pm-8pm