Photos: 5,000 New Apartments In Midtown Miami Area Completed Since 2015, Including AMLI

Photos show the recently completed AMLI residential complex in Midtown Miami – and the growth of the surrounding area.

Developers have now completed at least 5,000 apartments in the immediate area of Midtown Miami since 2015 alone – and many more just a short distance away.

AMLI’s apartment buildings include 719 apartments.

The buildings were height limited to just eight stories as part of an agreement with Midtown Miami’s master developer, in order to preserve views for buildings to the west.

AMLI is now moving forward with construction of their next apartment complex in nearby Wynwood.

Here is a count of all the new Midtown Miami-area residential units visible in the photos below. Only units built since 2015 have been counted:

  • Gio – 447 apartments
  • AMLI – 719 apartments
  • Yard 8 – 387 apartments
  • Midtown 29 – 309 apartments
  • Icon Bay – 300 condos
  • Paraiso Bay – 1,341 condos
  • Midtown 5 – 400 apartments
  • Hyde Midtown – 470 condos/condo-hotel
  • Blu27 at Edgewater – 330 apartments
  • Missoni Baia – 249 condos (under construction)

The total is 4,952 residential units. That excludes those in the distance, such as in downtown Miami.

Also upcoming for the area are projects like Midtown 7, with 391 apartments, and Nema, with 828 apartments.

The Midtown Miami land was formerly the Buena Vista rail yard, while the AMLI project sits on the former Chiquita Banana distribution facility.

 

(photos: Aaron DeMayo)

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Yet no metromover going there… what a shame.

Anonymous
1 month ago

you are obsessed with metromover

Anonymous
1 month ago

Which metromover? In miami we use uber even for 2 blocks distance.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Meanwhile on Earth, it’s right next to an existing set of tracks perfect for a Coastal Link station turning this into a TOD at a fraction of the price, and without destroying streetscapes with a giant flyover so you can have your free electric shortbus.

Anonymous
1 month ago

dude no one in miami takes it and this would have had to have been planned long before – you don’t just put a train over public land without eminent domain and planning.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I think the Almi project turned out very nice. Great way to fill in that space and spruce up NE 2nd.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love living in midtown, if only wouldn’t let their dogs shit on the side walk and we had a metromover it’d be perfect

Anonymous
1 month ago

yard 8 is the worse, the entire block smells like pee.

Anonymous
1 month ago

it’s miami people are disrespectful pigs so glad to not live there

Azarius
1 month ago

The only thing i wish for this area is a more spread of height. We need a 500 footer around NW 2 and Miami Ave just two would add to the skyline

Anonymous
1 month ago

oh boy get a grip bucko

Anonymous
1 month ago

In midtown dogs outnumber people.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The homeless using will it just shit on your doorstep instead.

Anonymous
1 month ago

get lost

Anonymous
1 month ago

this is why the grocery section of the nearby target has empty shelves.

Anonymous
1 month ago

New grocery store coming under Gio Midtown

Anonymous
1 month ago

but company is it though

Anonymous
1 month ago

it is more housing or lack of grocery stores?
flip a coin.

Anonymous
1 month ago

more housing, the target grocery section wasnt so bare back in 2007

Anonymous
1 month ago

Now bring the bike lanes and fixed rail transit.

Anonymous
1 month ago

metromover up north miami ave from school board station to that empty lot that was suppose to be a walmart would be perfect.

Anonymous
1 month ago

whoa whoa whoa. that makes wayyy too much sense to be done. Lets build tunnels instead. That makes more sense

Anonymous
1 month ago

both make sense, people arent going to give up their cars

Anonymous
1 month ago

It makes no sense financially or resource-wise when there’s already railroad. What are you going to propose next, that the Metromover go above the FEC line? Oh yeah, another brainlet suggested that, or was it you?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Should be shooting for 5,000 a year. Increase supply to make housing more affordable

Anonymous
1 month ago

would like supply to match demand…..dont need a bubble bursting.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Its not just midtown with dog shit on every sidewalk, its in Brickell too. Lazy trashy people that live in Brickell refuse to pickup their dogs excrement.

Anonymous
1 month ago

We need to increase fines and actually give them out!

Anonymous
1 month ago

no office space

Anonymous
1 month ago

There’s the ugly Kobi Karp building on the corner of 29th and N Miami ave. also 545 wyn in Wynwood, that’s pretty close to midtown…

Anonymous
1 month ago

they all look the same:(

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Progress.. wholesale re-development going on there.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Trader Joe’s is coming to Gio Midtown!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Midtown desperately needs an iconic tower, at least one. All the buildings look the same.

Anonymous
1 month ago

they dont and look very different

Anonymous
1 month ago

A supertall!

Anonymous
1 month ago

would like to see (for once) that they take two of those 6 story buildings and make one single 12 story building and use the space for the first building into a park with trees.

Anonymous
1 month ago

And it’s all ruined by Opera Tower

Anonymous
1 month ago

no by yard 8

i rsger
1 month ago

wait im confused what did opera tower do, its nice, no?

Anonymous
1 month ago

they have had multiple shootings in it and allow airbnb

Anonymous
1 month ago

AirBnB in trendy neighborhood developments brings a crowd worse than a casino crowd. That’s 485 Brickell in the W Hotel Tower. Could easily see the same thing in or near Wynwood. You do not want a permanent residence in such a building.

Anonymous
1 month ago

unless you own a unit and you are making a nice biz like me $60K a year for my units in Opera. i’ll take the shootings for that kind of profit. bye.

J.M.
27 days ago

hoodrat.

Anonymous
1 month ago

…as have and do countless other buildings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

good.