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Photos: 720 Units Under Construction At Chiquita Banana Site In Midtown Miami

Photos: 720 Units Under Construction At Chiquita Banana Site In Midtown Miami

AMLI Residential’s apartment complex now under construction in Midtown Miami will rise just 12 stories, but will include more units than some of the taller buildings under construction nearby.

A total of 720 apartments are now rising on the 6.6-acre property, which once housed a Chiquita Banana facility.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

The density is getting there – now’s the time to connect brickell and the downtown core to midtown/design district via rail/metromover.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“Keep dreaming.”
Signed by Ron Desantis and F..ing Carlos Jimenez

Anonymous
Anonymous

No it was typed by a bum who wants others to pay higher taxes for a metromover extension that isn’t in demand.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ok, let’s charge you per mile each time you drive around town.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I don’t take the express lanes,

Anonymous
Anonymous

and mass transit aren’t the express lanes either. those are the general purpose lanes.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Really? Do you have any data that supports your claim? Or is this one of your anti progress repugnant rants, akin to the claim that all public schools should become private, because your kid don’t attend public schools so why should you pay taxes that may be used for public education?

Anonymous
Anonymous

“Traffic Congestion in Miami is Fake-news created by CNN & Liberal Media.”
DeSantis jr.

Anonymous
Anonymous

LOL – true

Anonymous
Anonymous

Where’s your unicorn politician, huh?

Grow up
Grow up

TBH the metromover will benefit only the CITY OF MIAMI (it is not itercity or intercounty). If the city wants expansive density, the city should pay for it. Blame Suarez, Russell, and their gang. Ron hasn’t even been sworn in and your already hating :/

Anonymous
Anonymous

overtown fecal droppings

Anonymous
Anonymous

Poor, uneducated wannabe from Brickell? Or Little Havana?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Coastal Link will work just fine at a fraction of the cost. Allocate the money to Metrorail Baylink.

transplant
transplant

Insane how much that area has changed the last 5 years. I’m not sure a single building in those pics was around in 2013.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Back in the days, this was a rail yard with stack of containers… so yup everything in pics is new construction.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Love the transformation this area is going through. Kudos to these developers for showing Miami what it can become.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wish the proposed trirail stop was 29th st and now 36th

Anonymous
Anonymous

City of Miami had the opprunity to bring real change to NE 2nd with this project, instead they went with the status quo.

We could have had bike lanes or a rail line, and a complete street.

Or we could have had room for a station for the Coastal Link. Instead we’ll have over 1000 parking spaces.

SMH.

Laz
Laz

Because people cannot get to work without those cars. how many times do I have to F-ing say the biggest employers are not in the urban core.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Downtown has a daytime population of over 250,000 and has over 175,000 employees… where else in the county is there equivalent labor density?

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

Hope the drainage gets fixed. NE 2nd Ave always floods along there.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Didn’t the developer of this place offer a space for a Costal link stop at this building?

Anonymous
Anonymous

This should’ve been shaped like a banana. They missed an opportunity here💁🏻‍♂️😂

Anonymous
Anonymous

its about time Miami! u been living in swamp u whole life.

Anonymous
Anonymous

We need a Tri-rail stop at this project at 29th street. Maybe even 28th street since there is more space for a station on the south side.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Who is going to live in all these units. It’s crazy

The Real Marc
The Real Marc

Amazon 50k jobs

Anonymous
Anonymous

didnt happen

Anonymous
Anonymous

People who hate to live in the boring monochromatic suburbs.