Link at Douglas, a massive transit-oriented development next to the Metrorail, is attracting lots of residents living a car-free lifestyle.
More than half of residents who have moved into the newly completed apartments don’t have a car, the developer told Local10.
The Douglas Road Metrorail station is attached to the complex and is getting a beautification as part of the project. The developer is said to be spending $17 million on a public plaza and station beautification.
The complex includes a 37-story apartment tower called Cascade – said to be the tallest south of Brickell.
Cascade, which has 421 apartments, received a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy on January 5, with move-ins starting in mid-January.
Prices at Cascade start at $2,600 per month, with unit sizes ranging from 510 to 1,323 square feet.
A Milam’s Market is located on the ground floor.
Another 22-story tower at the complex called CORE was completed in 2021, with 312 apartments, and 6,000 feet of ground-floor retail.
Link at Douglas will eventually include around 1,600 residential units, over 32,000 square feet of retail space, and a public plaza that connects with The Underline.
The project is being developed by 13th Floor Investments and Adler Development, in partnership with global investment manager Barings.
Photos from December, before apartments were ready for occupancy:
(photos: Phillip Pessar)
(photos: provided by developer)