Photos: Construction At 198-Unit Quadro Near The Design District

Alta Developers’ 12-story Quadro apartment project is rising on Biscayne Boulevard, near the Design District. It will include:

  • 198 residential rental units
  • 26,883 square feet of commercial/retail
  • 387 parking spaces

 

 

 

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Anonymous

I didn’t think it was possible, but FDOT has made Biscayne b/t 36-38th even more inhospitable for pedestrians and bikes.

38th Street

NE 38th Street at Biscayne Blvd is one of the worst intersections in Miami. Speculators are plotting to make it worse.

Anonymous

Great addition to the design district – the area needs more density to hold on to all those shops and restaurants. It’s turning into a nice part of town slowly but surely just needs more dedicated bike lanes and wider sidewalks…

Anonymous

Within walking distance to incoming CoastalLink station and still almost 2 parking spaces per unit…smh.

Anonymous

NE 2nd *really* could use protected bike lanes. Probably the best N/S route out of Miami. And it has low traffic and wouldn’t negatively impact flow.

Anonymous

Just Ugly!!!

Anonymous

Uh yeah, what was there before looked so much better.

38th Street?

The design is so boring. And why this much density so close to that miserable 38th Street intersection?

Anonymous

Still mediocre architecture for the location. The way the balconies are slanted is especially off-putting. The stretch of NE 4th Court will need upgrading to keep extra traffic off of Biscayne Boulevard.

Anonymous

Um yeah, okay, Mr expert.

Anonymous

Agreed, they tried to do way too many different concepts on one project. Seems like a repeating theme for these guys.

Anonymous

Keep traffic on Biscayne, put protected bike lanes on NE 2nd / 4th Ct instead.

Anonymous

Bike lanes?.. ha! I’ve seen crazyass drivers in Miami don’t even respect other cars on the road, and you want more bikes in their way?

Anonymous

Yes more bike lanes, make it safer for cyclists. Encourage more to bike.

Anonymous

Okay Mr bike lane lover, keep living in La La Land.

Anonymous

slanted balconies???
Was this Architectonica?
This theme has been tried so many times already in Miami.
Can someone please be a bit more creative? Especially for the area, next to the Design District, a few blocks from Wynwood… I mean, a blank canvas and this is all they came up with?????

Anonymous

At least the windows all line up rather than that cheap and nasty architecture troupe which makes buildings looks like the Downtown Chicago prison.

Too bad design is blah.

Very boring design. Federal Highway is due west and it is getting VERY congested.