Revealed: Midtown 7 Planned With 389 Residential Units

In Midtown Miami, plans have just been revealed for the Midtown 7 residential building.

According to the newly filed plans, Midtown 7 is planned to rise 31 stories, or 350 feet and include:

  • 389 residential units
  • 28,000 square feet of ground floor retail space
  • 501 parking spaces (Miami 21 zoning requires 452 spaces but allows reductions)

The podium will rise four levels, with three levels of parking. The parking will not be hidden with liner residential, but decorative garage screening is planned.

The developer is AMLI, which already owns over 1,000 apartments nearby including AMLI Midtown Miami (719 units) and AMLI Midtown 29 (309 units). AMLI is also close to completing construction of one of the largest ever projects in nearby Wynwood with 316 apartments.

Plans for Midtown 7 show a leasing area, hinting that the new building will also be apartment rentals.

Arquitectonica is the architect designing the new plans.

A hearing before the Urban Development Review Board is planned on September 21.

 

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None
10 days ago

I wish they included a pedestrian bridge across the FEC rails

Anonymous
10 days ago

That would be Amazing!

Anonymous
9 days ago

They should hire the same company that installed the FIU one lmao!

Anonymous
10 days ago

Another beaut by Arquitectonica!

MBeach
10 days ago

……..no

Anonymous
10 days ago

You can not be serious!!!

Anonymous
10 days ago

Well the parking pedestal isn’t a jumbled mess for once, I’ll give them that.

Hopes
10 days ago

Hopefully they’ll make it harder to have dogs, the smell of piss and shit in Midtown is unbearable already

Melo is sigma and chad
10 days ago

and some buildings are worse, like yard 8 is a poop fest

Anonymous
10 days ago

Or Aria from Melo 🤣

le chien
9 days ago

Yes in that area I have renamed NO Bayshore Drive as NO Bayshit Drive filled with squished turds…

sergo
10 days ago

Good luck, Almost everyone in midtown has a dog.

Priest 007
10 days ago

It’ the dating thing. People do not commit and they live with dogs in solitude. We need tougher marriage and divorce laws to decrease the pet population

sergu
10 days ago

lol

Not Anonymous
10 days ago

Or execute them via guillotine

Anonymous
9 days ago

It’s all the New Yorkers bringing that forever single culture down here which leads to crazy cat ladies and dudes with dogs who only get the dogs to use them as an ice breaker for picking up chicks while walking the dumb dogs lol

Anonymous
9 days ago

Haha.. said by someone who has chickens and roosters and love them.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Lol, you’re just jealous of the New Yorkers.

John
9 days ago

most of those folks have dogs just to look trendy but give 3 you know what about picking up after them..they are more like a fashion statement than anything else

JAD
8 days ago

Get rid of some of that parking and out in a dog park!

Melo is sigma and chad
10 days ago

Good more density for midtown, but there needs to be a dog poop patrol

Robin Stan
10 days ago

Buildings shouldn’t be able to allow dogs unless DNA is uploaded into a central database, and hefty tickets are mailed if you leave dogshit on the sidewalk by meter maids with jabbers.

Once people started receiving fines to the tune of 250, the problem would be gone overnight.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Better yet, mail the dogshit back to the owners.

Anonymous
9 days ago

Haha.. a big grassy spot in the pictures with nobody on it.

ocho
8 days ago

#badboxbuildworthyofamedicalartsbuildingjustintimefortheglut

thus passes the greater glory of pembroke pines
7 days ago

looks like a dentist office in broward…lmao….

Anonymous
10 days ago

Glad to see this lot finally get developed.

Melo is sigma and chad
10 days ago

Wonder what retail/restaurants will be at the bottom.

popeye
10 days ago

one of those sports bar n grill places….tons of televisions and cheap booze at happy hour

Melo is sigma and chad
10 days ago

But there is already crab du jour, tab 42 and that abandon bar next to negronis

chongalicious
8 days ago

rents prohibit cool mom and pops…you get corporate sports bar eats and chipotle…chad

Mad Dash
10 days ago

Hopefully a nice bakery, patisserie with good coffee

sergo
10 days ago

Thats going soon next to Chase

Melo is sigma and Chad
10 days ago

one going up at the old yogurt shop and one going up next to chase.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Lums, Pumpernicks, and a Godfather’s Pizza.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Cue the “concrete cereal box” comment most of us are tired of seeing again.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Right after pleas to extend a thirty-mile-per-hour shortbus for free rides, when railroad tracks already exist steps away.

Anonymous
9 days ago

Yeah man.. you can get anywhere and everywhere in MiamiDade county on those railroad tracks that already exist.

Man, with such intelligence, you must be a college professor?

Anonymous
10 days ago

This is the kind of height that should be built throughout the entire area.

Anonymous
9 days ago

Haha.. thumb down votes giving by people who just wanna see one story buildings everywhere.

anonymous
10 days ago

>>Miami 21 zoning requires 452 spaces but allows reductions

LOL. somehow the developer are proposing negative reductions?

Pickled Rick
10 days ago

Now that’s what I’m talking about.

Lebron James
9 days ago

Please help with the parking situation of midtown. It sucks to go over there

Anonymous
9 days ago

There are multiple parking garages. I’ve never had a problem parking there and I go often.

Melo is sigma and Chad
9 days ago

youre looking for street parking when theyre garages

Anan
10 days ago

Needs more parking spots. When will they ever learn.

anonymous
10 days ago

still dont understand why the city isnt forcing these developers to build slightly higher and add 50 additional workforce housing units. They dont need to be lux by any means but adding 50 lower priced units to each development will slowly start to help the issues people are having

Anonymous
10 days ago

Still don’t understand why people think local governments should be able to force private developers to make changes to their properties and business plans.

anonymous
10 days ago

Typically, cities give incentives to developers to have workforce housing units. While they dont gross as much money they make up for it with incentives like lower property tax rates. In theory, should be a win win for both city and developers

Anonymous
9 days ago

Forcing is not the same thing as enticing with incentives.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Market rate only!

sergu
10 days ago

So some people would get live in the same exact place for a lower rate?? How is that fair. They can go look for different options if they are looking for something more affordable.