Polish American Club Proposes Mixed-Use Project On Miami River, Including Consulate

Miami’s Polish American Club has unveiled a preliminary proposal for a mixed-use project, including a new Polish Consulate.

The proposal was detailed at the Miami River Commission Urban Infill and Greenways Subcommittee meeting on June 10, but a decision was deferred.

The project would be built at 1250 NW 22 Ave and include:

  • 234,963 square feet of residential
  • 115,063 square feet office (including shared co-working space and consulate space)
  • 432 parking spaces
  • Pulaski Riverwalk lined with retail, a river taxi stop, and boating
  • Roof top restaurant

A Polish deli and Chopin Ballroom are also shown in the plans.

Upzoning of the property would be required in order to build the proposal, but representatives said at the meeting that they have not discussed zoning changes yet with the city.

Schindler Architects of Miami is designing the project.