Revealed: Renderings Of Midtown 8, Yet Another Rental In Midtown

A developer from Atlanta is planning another rental tower in Midtown Miami.

Wood Partners will develop the project known as Midtown 8, according to Curbed Miami. It will include 387 units.

As part of the deal, seller Midtown Opportunities will retain ownership of 30,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, Curbed wrote.

The project site is at 2901 Northeast 1st Avenue.

 

national developers are rushing into midtown miami. current projects within or directly adjacent to the former florida east coast railway yard include:

  • Midtown 8 (Wood) – 387 apartments – planned
  • Pearl Midtown 29 (Morgan) – 309 apartments – under construction
  • Chiquita (AMLI) – 700 apartments – planned
  • Midtown 6 (Magellan) – 447 apartments – planned
  • Midtown 5 (Magellan) – 400 apartments – under construction
  • Hyde Midtown (Related/Dezer) – 400 condos, 60 hotel – under construction
  • District 36 (Mack/Wharton) – 195 apartments – under construction
  • Triptych (HES) – 297 hotel rooms + office/retail – planned

 

PreviouslyMidtown 8 Going Through Approval Process

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Midtown is on Fire!

mossack fonseca
4 years ago

that moment when you realize there are 10,000 new resi units coming to miami’s urban core and not one large company or industry has relocated here. WHERE ARE THE JOBS PEOPLE? WHERE ARE THE PEOPLE, PEOPLE?

Anonymous
4 years ago

right on…plus not one mass transit project under construction…..yet another 5 year study to determine if we need it!!

Edin
4 years ago

I absolutely agree!!!
I just can’t understand why our government, city officials, our representatives, congressmen,community leaders, so behind everything what is going on in
our cities, counties and state.
WHAT are they waiting FOR???????
Money is secured for a 395 bridge and they waiting to start construction, park nearby PAC they waiting, metro to MB they waiting,beautification of Brickell Avenue they waiting, Biscayne bulevard redevelopment they waiting,Bayside market redevelopment they waiting and so on and on and on.
Oh,I almost forgot, what about MIA redevelopment and Miami Port projects? What about MDC land.
Are we going to wait next 10,15 or 20 years from now to have these projects move on.We can’t wait anymore. We need to start TODAY.
So please our city’s, counties and state God’s wake up,do something about it.
Thank you

Anonymous
4 years ago

voters need to vote useless city and state reps out of office and vote in forward thinking leaders who will actually accomplish projects so badly needed,,,sooner the better

kat
4 years ago

most all politicians are all the same, many promises, but when they are elected, they forget the promises

Anonymous
4 years ago

In regards to mass transit, first politicians can’t come together and agree on who will get their transit line first. IMO it mostly has to do with black communitiy leaders always complaining that they should be the first because they were promised way back when that they were going to get a transit line, but when it comes to putting up cash their communities most often than not contribute very little to tax revenue and don’t contribute much to the process of getting the cash to make things happen. So we just remian in a loop of who should go first and nothing gets done. Please see the below link for a more details article.

https://miamiwebnews.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_9.html

Anonymous
4 years ago

…and Walmart!!! Let’s not forget about that project.

Anonymous
4 years ago

“Yet another rental” Do I sense disappointment in your tone???

Anonymous
4 years ago

who is the architect?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Stantec

Anonymous
4 years ago

Nice.
The area has so much potential. I mean what better location? Design District to the North; Edgewater to the East, Wynwood to the South? And steps from Causeway to the beach…..hahahahahaha

Anonymous
4 years ago

Does Alex Vadia own all these projects???

Anonymous
4 years ago

At this point I’ll take anything that is not co dos for sale. Rental market is def. going loco.

Peter Ehrlich
4 years ago

Walmart. This building is across the street from Walmart!

Anonymous
4 years ago

and the rent will be too much for normal folks with good jobs…