Mixed-Use Project With Multifamily, Retail, Dining, & Office Announced Near Metrorail Station

A mixed-use, transit-oriented project has just been announced in Allapattah.

Developer The Calta Group said it paid $17.2m for an assemblage where it plans the new development. It closed on the final parcel this week.

The property is a block from River Landing, and across from the site where another 28-story tower called MidRiverVu is planned with 475 apartments.

The new development will be called Revv at the River District, a sister property of the 180-unit Revv Hollywood which recently had a foundation pour near Young Circle.

Revv at the River District will include multifamily, retail, dining, and office components.

Metrorail’s Civic Center station is short distance away.

 

 

(image: The Calta Group)

 

 

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Anon
27 days ago

River Park is gorgeous! What an enormous park!

Anonymous
26 days ago

Wait I thought River Park was next to Brickell.

Anonymous
26 days ago

There’s no park here is there?

Downtowner
27 days ago

It seems like a bit more than mere “steps” from the Metro station. It’s actually quite a walk, especially considering the climate here for most of the year.

Anon
27 days ago

It is less than 10 min walk. I realize the American mind has been programmed to drive for 30 min around a Walmart parking lot to get a closer parking spot to avoid walking an extra minute, but this is a very reasonable distance for daily commuting as a 10 min walk plus train to any other part of town serviced by train will be Way faster than driving. All-in-car ownership today is easily 15-20k a year if you consider lease/car payment, insurance, gas, maintenance, parking/valet fees, etc. Sure, it’s warm in the summer, but that is why we all live here!

Anonymous
26 days ago

You wonder why posters on here want Metromover extended with stops on every block.

Anonymous
26 days ago

It’s because there’s lots of streets that don’t have adequate crosswalks, no police or traffic cameras to issue fines to crazy drivers, and narrow crumbling sidewalks, I’d walk 20 blocks if these were fixed throughout the city

Al Czervik
26 days ago

Easy dopey.
Not all Americans are like that. I would NEVER drive around a Walmart parking lot.

I’ll buy the gas with .10 per gallon discount for Walmart+ members and then have someone else deliver my Walmart shopping list to the door of my residence. It’s so time effective.

Anonymous
26 days ago

I used to walk 15 minutes to the subway in NYC in blizzards and scorching heat and that was a nice part of Manhattan on 6 figure salary.

Anonymous
26 days ago

It would feel more walkable if the city did more to incentivize and assist with sidewalk redesigns and development, and promoted more mixed use retail along the corridors to the stations.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Plus we need better cross walks but we have to go through some Seperate dot agency and do studies, I mean maybe that’s how everywhere does it, but let’s make this a priority and speed it up government!

anonymous
27 days ago

so what youre saying is people in miami are just lazy and its to hot? They could drive and park next to the station if they really wanted to but whats the point of living that close if you just drive?

Al Czervik
26 days ago

That’s what he’s saying, but it isn’t true.

Anonymous
26 days ago

The truth is the city should to take better initiative to address crosswalks and other conditions that make pedestrian areas more consistent and functional.

Truth Matters
25 days ago

For whom?
You realize 98.7% of Miami Dade drives to work and play

truefloridian666
21 days ago

Because with the current neglected infrastructure there is in practical terms no other choice.

How about you lift your head away from Joe Carollo’s jock strap and actually talk to people who live and work in this city and pay taxes. Everyone here hates the traffic. Everyone agrees that it’s only getting worse. This isn’t a sleepy beach town anymore (and even when it actually was one way back in the 1920s, there were still public transport streetcars like most other major american cities at the time.)

Anon
26 days ago

80-something and sunny boggs down your outdoor time? You’re a real trooper.

DWNTWNR
26 days ago

Don’t tell me you’re on of those downtowners who drives everywhere.

Agree
26 days ago

I work in the health district and would never walk there. Too far. Too much time to walk there and back. And most of the year, too hot.

anon
26 days ago

Improved sidewalks, tree shade cover, etc will help with this if city/developers care enough. Miami isnt the only hot city in the world…….

Al Czervik
26 days ago

Some men build buildings.
Some men have no trouble walking.
Other men just post comments and do nothing.

Anonymous
26 days ago

I’m guessing Al is the later.

anonymous
26 days ago

10 minute walk is too far? lol

Anon
26 days ago

…and for a “health district” worker no less

To Tell The T
25 days ago

Precisely
This city is not walkable.
Too many parking lots make it unpleasant to walk.

M SG
26 days ago

Wouldn’t it be terrible if you had to use your legs to get around? I thought WALL-E was a dystopian film.

anon
26 days ago

they probably transplanted here from the PNW or northeast, they don’t represent real miamians.

Al Czervik
26 days ago

Two blocks away.
You would have to be in the lowest two percent of Americans to find a two block walk a challege.

WE NEED a Metromover extension to the doorstep.
Some of The Next Miami commenters have very Special Needs.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Is Al one of those types of developers who doesn’t prioritize sidewalk improvements and takes shortcuts, believing that only men, without considering women, “only need” basic walls and a roof, despite potentially making billions from his customers?

Anonymous
26 days ago

Not even to say that there are actually people with special needs and many of our sidewalks absolutely do not accommodate them and require them to wheel into the dirt just to cross a block.

EJS
27 days ago

So glad to see this area starting to boom. River Landing is a well thought out debt and I’m glad to see developers realizing the area’s potential for dense housing.

Hello
25 days ago

Not near it at all, nobody in Miami will walk that distance while paying for a new apartment

Michael1
26 days ago

That’s outside normal walking distance. I’ve thought for some time that they should build a Metrorail spur that would go from Civic Center to LoanDepot Park. There would be a stop along the way at River Landing.

In case anyone is interested, my idea is to begin at Midtown Miami (which sorely needs premium transit), use I-195, branch off and go to Allapattah, then branch off Civic Center, go to LoanDepot Park, then to 17th St and Flagler, east along the Flagler corridor to Miami High, south to Miami-Dade InterAmerican, then west to Douglas Entrance, south with a stop at Alhambra, and then connect with Metrorail again at Douglas Road.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Wtf is loan depot park? Can a local translate please.

Michael1
23 days ago

It’s where the Marlins play. Also, correction: west along Flagler to Miami High.

real estate BS
26 days ago

4000 steps

Name*
26 days ago

It’s 400 steps

Anonymous
26 days ago

Half the amount you should walk in one day.

Anonymous
26 days ago

The lot shape offers potential for a building with some nice curves. Please don’t botch it with another cigarette box atop a parking podium covered in “art.”

Cover the Podiums
27 days ago

I could never live that close to the flight path of the airport, but that’s just me

IMO I would just keep all of allapatah as industrial

anonymous
27 days ago

there are flights going directly over brickell and the noise from planes is negligible

Cover the Podiums
26 days ago

that’s twice as far as allapatah

Al Czervik
26 days ago

And depending on your perspective, it’s very interesting.

Anonymous
26 days ago

I never hear planes in Brickell

Anonymous
26 days ago

That’s honestly crazy. They fly over every day. But I also spend lots of time outside and on my balcony.

Anonymous
26 days ago

There are some people who actually like the sound of airplanes.

Name*
26 days ago

Hard miss. Hardest miss yet from Cover the Podiums

Anonymous
26 days ago

Cover Podiums has great ideas usually .

Cover the Podiums
26 days ago

I’m sorry I have failed you guys…lol

But I was in Allapatah last weekend and the sound was almost unbearable and constant. Now I will say it was a bit more west of Allapatah, but still

Anonymous
26 days ago

Excempt Allapatah isn’t all, nor has ever been all industrial.

Cover the Podiums
25 days ago

Umm…please go on Google maps

Anonymous
26 days ago

That’s what people think about Wynwood too.