Related Breaks Ground On 176 Units Next To Brickell

Related Urban Development Group and Miami-Dade County held a groundbreaking ceremony this morning for Gallery at Marti Park.

The 12-story development is being built a block away from Brickell.

Around half of the units will be normal market-rate apartments.

The remainder of apartments will be targeted towards low-income seniors under the Rental Assistance Demonstration program, as well as households earning between 80% and 120% of the area median income.

A senior center is also being built on the ground floor.

The is the fourth Gallery project for Related Urban. The others are Gallery on the River, Gallery at River Park, and Gallery at West Brickell.

Miami-Dade County’s Public Housing and Community Development is partnering with Related on the development.

Completion is expected in the fourth quarter of 2025.

 

(image: Related Group)

 

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Concerned Local
20 days ago

I appreciate Related’s decision to rename this project to River Park, highlighting its value and potential. However, I strongly propose that they rename their other project to Gallery at Brickell, as the current proposed name can be misleading. This is especially relevant due to existing and promising new developments and official maps consistently using “Brickell” to refer to the area. I can provide supporting evidence upon request. Thank you,

Concerned Local
20 days ago

To clarify, I wholeheartedly endorse and love the name “Gallery at River Park.” However, the project currently under construction on SW 2nd by Brickell City Centre and Brickell Station should definitely be named “Gallery at Brickell.”

Anonymous
20 days ago

It’s also concise, reduces signage costs, and grabs more attention. Therefore, it should be in their best interest as well. Let’s hope our County and City support this cost-saving and minor adjustment, as it’s a crucial part of a Public-Private partnership.

East Brickell (Real Brickell) resident
20 days ago

You are the most annoying person in the universe (or at least West Brickell). Why are you so involved? Why so much concern? Why spend so many hours of your life trying to integrate West Brickell into Brickell?

Seriously, what kind of investment do you have in West Brickell that this is so important to you? I can’t believe that you are simply a home owner in the area. You are way too intense.

Anon
8 days ago

lmaooo its just a name dude

Anon
20 days ago

Everyone’s so obsessed with the brickell name. Wow. Never seen anything like it except for maybe people wanting to be associated with beverly hills in LA.

Anon
19 days ago

Brickell is the Manhattan of the South

Hangry
19 days ago

Can we get a Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s here?

Anonymous
20 days ago

Too nice for a building with affordable senior units… or does that mean more mainstream market-rate units this side of I-95 will have better architecture than boxes with cluttered windows and balconies?

Cover the Podiums
20 days ago

Can we put some fake windows instead of that ugly screening for the cars?

Anonymous
20 days ago

“Next to Brickell.” Umm, the neighborhood has a name. It’s called East Little Havana, or Riverside.

Anonymous
20 days ago

I thought it could be Riverside too. I’ve never heard “East Little Havana” used here, and it doesn’t fit with the changing demographics and style. Riverside, being used across the river, might not be the best choice either. River Park seems excellent. Developer chose it, and highlights the enormous park and river district.

Anon
19 days ago

Central Park is an enormous park. Boston Common is an enormous park. This is a parklet.

Anon
19 days ago

It’s huge in comparison to the city, plus waterfront with views of Miamis best architecture.

Anon.
19 days ago

I think it’s Riverside or River Park. I like Riverside but it’s important to coordinate with the City and County, because street and government center signs across the river say Riverside. River Park is a solid alternative.

anon
19 days ago

Calle 8 winning ‼️

Huh
20 days ago

This is definitely not Brickell…..

anonymous
20 days ago

I’m glad it’s not Brickell , this buiding it’s good for little havana

Little Havana needs to go up
20 days ago

“The 12-story development is being built a block away from Brickell.” -this article

Anonymous
20 days ago

Development is moving towards Little Havana, with Brickell nearing full development. Following Brickell, River Park is prepared for substantial growth. The city core’s rapid expansion is reassuring, especially when compared to many other regions in the country. This structured growth effectively prevents irregular gaps with sporadic super-tall skyscrapers next to aging, deteriorating motels, and it’s proving to be highly successful.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Twelve stories is the ideal height for this area, at least until infrastructure is upgraded and an east-west Metrorail expansion is built.

Anonn
20 days ago

No one said it was

Anonymous
20 days ago

This is definitely one block from Brickell.

Anonymous
20 days ago

One block and a border vacuum freeway.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Not a big deal for those of us used to walking! I walk from Brickell to Little Havana often. More people should try it!

Anonymous
20 days ago

This area hasn’t received much attention for a while, but it’s now called “River Park” and is right next to the new Brickell Connect mega project, currently up for sale. The local community is excited about Brickell Connect replacing the old McDonald’s and CVS.

Anonymous
20 days ago

It’s right next to Brickell. I think “River Park” is a perfect name for this opportunity zone. While some have called it “Riverside,” there’s already signage and use of “Riverside” on the other side of the Miami River. So, “River Park” not only connects it but also establishes its unique identity as it develops.