Photos Of River Landing, Which Will Include Lantower Apartments Owned By Canadian Reit

Construction continues at the River Landing mixed-use project on the Miami River.

The apartment tower there will be called Lantower River Landing, according to a website. The management company appears to be Lantower Residential, a subsidiary of Canada’s H&R Reit.

H&R owned a mortgage which was converted to an ownership stake last year.

The project includes approximately 345,000 square feet of retail space, approximately 136,000 square feet of office space, 529 multi-family units, and 2,200 parking spaces.

The total cost of the project is expected to be U.S. $424.8 million, the company said last year. Upon stabilized occupancy, the first full year’s property operating income is projected to be U.S. $24.4 million, equating to a 5.7% yield on budgeted cost.

(photos: kelly valle, river landing)

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Anonymous

Being a resident of Allapattah, this thread is just insulting. Allapattah is a large neighborhood with a lack of retail and areas where residents can shop and dine with their families. Not everyone in Allapattah is low income. 45% of the community actually are home owners, with income brackets of upper working to lower middle class. You have teachers, police officers, nurses, business owners, mid level managers, etc in this community. We have been overlooked for decades, with no investment or development for those of us that because of this stigma’s and stereotypes. I live 1.8 miles from River Landing, do you expect to walk to Publix and carry all my groceries with my six year old?

Anonymous

wish I could like this a million times.

Anonymous

Ride a bike, take the bus.. ?

Anonymous

if you’re going to drive, what difference does it make?

Anonymous

What is insulting, there are 2,000 parking spaces for you to not have to walk.

Anonymous

Gee, they added parking.. deport them!!!

Azarius

It’s too hot in Miami to walk anywhere

Anonymous

Yep for a communtiy of 40 thousand residents and over 20 thousand heath district workers.

Anonymous

Allapattah is a great place for a starter home, and it’s only going to get better.

Anonymous

I missed something. Where do you get the diss on Allapattah from this article?

Anonymous

The people commenting.

Anonymous

The place is a dump and entrepreneurs are not inclined to spend hard-earned money to open a business in a neighborhood where they won’t make a decent profit. I wouldn’t, and neither would you. If the city would spend some money (our tax money) for improvements in roads (narrow, old and full of pot holes), plant some trees (not palm trees), increase police presence ( lots of riff-raff in the area), and cut down on illegal efficiencies (lots and lots and lots of them), maybe the neighborhood can start to turn around. That development on 20th street and 12 a
venue may help to bring about some change. There isn’t even a BK or McDonald’s there. There are a bunch of cheesy warehouse stores on 20th street, a hand full of Latin markets/cafeterias and a scattering of botanicas on 17th avenue. And oh yes…a Popeye’s. If you had 100k to start the shop/store/restaurant you have always dreamed about, would you do it there? It’s easy to spend other people’s money, ain’t it?

Anonymous

Since your’e complaining a lot, how about you do something about it with your own money? come on make a better investment, instead of investing your time writing crap. It’s that simple….

Anonymous

You live in Allapattah so you know its true.

Anonymous

You are too sensitive. I complain because I can. My money is my money. I didn’t ask you to use yours so don’t be an idiot about my comment. You live in Allapattah, so you know what I wrote is not crap. Now go on and collect the rent from your 4 efficiencies and your illegal aliens.

Anonymous

I wrote the top post. Most allapattah residents don’t have efficiencies or illegal aliens. Have you ever been the Melrose Park area. 32 continuous blocks of single family homes with property owners. Most are in decent conditions. As i mentioned dozens of nearest neighbors including myself hold graduate degrees… some are faculty, police officers, small business owners etc. Stop stereotyping folks.

Anonymous

Ask the local pizza hut that just opened less than a year ago and now is the most productive franchise location in all south florida outselling the most populated areas. You will understand your lack of reality in about 10 to 15 years.

Anonymous

Same thing they said about midtown, wynwood , little Haiti and look now. In a few years this will be the most expensive area everything is within 6 minutes and you don’t have to worry about traffic

Anonymous

Thinking about getting that education now, huh?

Anonymous

I think it looks clean and modern…. it’s close to medical complex and will be quite successful ….

305

Holy podium

Anonymous

LMAO. It’s a main use parking garage with accessory retail and residential use.

Anonymous

You parking bashers don’t waste time do you?

Anonymous

Yup. And most likely parking will be free for those who shop there while taking a water taxi will cost money. Where is the incentive to use public transportation? The county should make all public transportation free until there is enough demand and service actually improves.

Anonymous

dumbest comment ever on this website… public transportation is free? Someone has to pay for it..

Anonymous

“Free?” Either riders pay or tax payers pay for people to ride. Believe me, it’s not free.

Anonymous

it’s not about you its for the residents of Allapattah. They are extremely grateful for this new development.

Anonymous

couldn’t they walk ?

Anonymous

do you expect them to only shop for items that fit into 2 bags?

Anonymous

The majority of people at south beach publix stores are able to do grocery shopping by walking, bus or bike. why can’t they here?

Anonymous

Lmao that’s a lie or an uninformed(unintentionally false) claim. I use to be an Uber driver and I would bank driving ppl with from that publix (5th and Alton) down the block. No one (maybe 1% of ppl) are walking a half mile or even a quarter mile with a gallon of water, half a gallon of milk, produce, etc and hold there child’s hand while crossing the street.

Anonymous

so they walk one way and uber the other way. seems like a net positive?

Anonymous

BS! Go peddle that crap somewhere else.

Anonymous

Allapatah is not Miami Beach. Sorry try again.

Anonymous

Use Amazon like an adult.

Anonymous

I don’t know how else to say this but you are just ignorant. Do you think people in Allapattah can afford to have an amazon prime account?

Anonymous

1) The people living in these towers could.

2) Amazon has a discount program for low income individuals. $72 a year or $5.99 a month.

3) You do not need an Amazon Prime account to order from Amazon.

Anonymous

Not talking about the people living in the towers… I’m talking about the single parent mother who works long hours every day and is struggling to make ends meet. She will be thankful to FINALLY have a Publix in Allapattah and not having to drive 20 minutes away.

Anonymous

then move back to Hialeah already. Miami is for rich folk

Anonymous

It’s actually one of the poorest cities in America. (The city of Miami not Metro Dade). Look it up. I was surprised too, until I realized the neighborhoods that make up Miami, and the actual city limits/boundaries.

Anonymous

She won’t shop at Publix. Probably too expensive for her. The little bodeguita is a much better choice. Or better yet, the old man in the wife beater and straw hat that goes around on his bike selling malanga, limones and calabaza while chewing on his cigar. You gotta love our local flavor.

Anonymous

You are funny

Anonymous

postmates, uber eats, etc.

Anonymous

“couldn’t they walk ?”

Geezzz, I thought we where in the year 2019, not 1819.

Anonymous

you can ride your horse – side saddle.

Anonymous

Yeah.. I some of these people live by the Postman’s Motto but with a slight twist – “Not rain nor snow nor sleet nor hail will keep me from walking to my appointed rounds.”

Anonymous

How about you walk???

Anonymous

Yes…but he is referring to HIS tax dollars. Can we pick and choose where our tax money goes?

Anonymous

Which whole in your body you use to park your car when you don’t drive it?