Photo: Trader Joe’s Is Rising In South Beach

In South Beach, a five-story mixed-use building with a ground-floor Trader Joe’s is going vertical:

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

It would be wonderful to see Trader Joe’s in Downtown Miami and/or Midtown at the failed Walmart site.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Now, if that’s living on the top, parking in the middle, and a supermarket at the bottom, this is one cool f-ing building.

Yohan Perez
2 years ago

I can’t believe they are letting the Closing of Alton Court. How much bribes changed hands for allowing them to commit this crime?

John
2 years ago

Alton Ct. is not closing. The project spans both sides of it, but the alley remains. I don’t know if they’ve come to an agreement with the city that allows the developer to bridge over the alley or not. I know that there’s a fight about that issue.

Yohan Perez
2 years ago

I Hope you are right. It would be unforgivable if they let them close this outlet. The renderings show it is closed.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Why? Do you drive the alleys to avoid the traffic or something?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes, the last I read, the developer did get an approved variance for “air-rights” over the alleyway. FPL had to approve also as they need to maintain access to the alley way for underground utilities.

So the entire project will span/bridge over the Alton Ct. alleyway; it will remain open/accessible.

Tomas
2 years ago

Which project is this? I haven’t hear anything about it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Are they gonna do anything with that shopping center on Alton? Crunch is now closing down and Epicurean market closed a few months ago. All that’s left is an outdated Ace Hardware.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice.. more supermarkets within blocks of each other.

Anonymous
2 years ago

it’s not the suburbs…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Its called options Walmart boy

Anonymous
2 years ago

Walmart boy, lol……