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Second, Taller Park Line Tower Tops Off At Brightline’s MiamiCentral

Second, Taller Park Line Tower Tops Off At Brightline’s MiamiCentral

At MiamiCentral, another Park Line apartment tower has topped off.

It is the second and taller of the two apartment towers being built there. The towers each include 30 and 33 stories of residential space above the station, but are likely in the 40-50 story range when including multiple levels of terminal space, train platforms, retail/food hall, and robotic parking garage underneath.

Over 800 apartments are being built between the two buildings.

When complete, residents will be just an elevator ride away from accessing the entire MiamiCentral complex, including the CentralFare food hall and Brightline/Virgin Trains station. Metrorail, Metromover, and Tri-Rail are also on site.

Amenities will include a 2-acre deck with multiple pools and green space.

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

When all these new projects are up and running, we truly are about to witness “THE NEXT MIAMI.”

Anonymous
Anonymous

First class transit-oriented development project, Miami needs many more of these around stations.

Anonymous
Anonymous

without thousands of parking spaces

Anonymous
Anonymous

Atop ugly blocks of Swiss cheese parking garages.

Anonymous
Anonymous

transit “orientated”

Anonymous
Anonymous

While they are both completely interchangeable, “oriented” is the better choice in this instance. “Orientated” is rarely used in American English.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Come onnnn convention center and hotel come onnnn…….

Anonymous
Anonymous

Guess the entire project will be completed this year, hope the staging lot next to government center gets developed by them soon too.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Major catalyst project for downtown.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wish this (https://www.thenextmiami.com/miamicentral-supertower-become-one-tallest-u-s/) was still a thing.. Does anyone have an update on the Supertall Miami Central 1

marc
marc
Anonymous
Anonymous

” The towers could rise as tall as 991 feet above ground, or 1,000 feet above sea level, according to an application filed with and approved by the FAA. ”

Great height for that location and it’s two of them side by side. Nice!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Still wish we were getting a 1,100 foot tower but two close to 1000 is good too.

Anonymous
Anonymous

These buildings look like the projects. Does not fit the look of downtown Miami