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Photos: 816-Unit Parkline Towers Rise Above MiamiCentral

Photos: 816-Unit Parkline Towers Rise Above MiamiCentral

At MiamiCentral:

  • A Brightline terminal is expected to be operational next month.
  • Two residential towers with 30 and 33 stories called Park-Line are rising. They include a combined 816 apartments.
  • An office tower, 2 MiamiCentral, has topped off above the rail line. It will include 190,000 square feet of office.
  • The multi-level 50,000 square foot CentralFare food hall is opening early 2018, according to the project website. It is part of over 180,000 square feet of retail and food and beverage space is under construction.
  • 3 MiamiCentral’s office space is now open. Permitting for a Publix on the ground floor is in process

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Anonymous
Anonymous

When will the Tri-rail terminals be operational?

Oscar
Oscar

As I understand it, AAF is currently not interested in working with Tri-Rail.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s not what he/she was asking. Tri-Rail will be serving MiamiCentral, and has 9 months to start service once Brightline starts its service. Tri-Rail service is expected to happen much sooner than the 9 months, though. In terms of extending Tri-Rail up the FEC tracks to Aventura, Brightline has stopped negotiations. It’s believed that once both Brightline and Tri-Rail are both up and running in MiamiCentral, negotiations can pick back up.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thank you!

William
William

Well said. Tri-Rail is coming soon! Very exciting.

It will bring back an original and wonderful element to downtown Miami. Where the city is accessible directly via long distance mass transit!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Apartment buildings over train tracks.. pretty neat concept I must say.

Leo
Leo

It’s not a concept since it’s in construction almost done will open in 2019.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Neat? Is that what you think? I moved to Axis in November and I am trying to do everything in my power to break my lease. The Metro is right in front of my balcony and I can hear it loud and clear every time it passes, and the weird thing is that I have always had bad hearing due to a high fever I had as a child. I was told by the building when I moved in that the doors were sound proof and that I would never even notice the train. BS!
You cannot tell me that these people who will live on top of Brightline will be ok. Buyer or Renter beware.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The guy you’re replying to was being sarcastic.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Maybe you should’ve visited your unit before moving in. Derp!

mitch
mitch

Why are you leaving next to a train line if you have so sensitive ears? Move to the west, close to Krome avenue, very peaceful around there.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“A Brightline terminal is expected to be operational next month.”

It my be operational but I seriously doubt that It will be ready to go into service that soon.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“ready to go into service” is pretty much the definition of operational:
op·er·a·tion·al
ˌäpəˈrāSH(ə)n(ə)l/
adjective: operational
in or ready for use.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The fleet of cabs are “operational” but at this time we are now going through the process of hiring drivers and when those positions are filled we can then put them in “service.”

See the difference?

Anonymous
Anonymous

i hope the food hall is as nice as the one i was lucky to just see in odessa, ukraine… lots of vendors offering quality, varied foods. hopefully it won’t all be prepared foods but will offer products like fresh produce and tomatoes that taste like tomatoes and not like cardboard. maybe knauss berry farm could provide the hall some tasty tomatoes to sell at one of the stalls.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You have the wrong idea of what they mean by food hall.

Liz
Liz

Brightline should honor what they have promised us for years…Quiet Zones will be in place before they begin service and that would include the freight train horns as well. ..they are blowing their horns LOUD and clear. This is just wrong. 32 trains a day. And don’t bother responding with the snide comments like you shouldn’t have bought condos near train tracks. People were promised Brighline would silence all horns. Plain and simple, those trains should not be running until they finish the quiet Zones. Impossible to live with it, and impossible to sell your home.