Soleste Uptown Proposed To Include 250 Apartments Near Spring Garden

Estates Investments Group has filed plans to build a project called Soleste Uptown.

The 11-story project is proposed to include:

  • 250 residential units
  • 394 parking spaces, in four-levels of garage

A hearing before the Urban Development Review Board is scheduled for this month.

Caymares Martin is the architect.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Nice addition to a rapidly growing area. Apartments on both banks of the river and more infill around them. This part of the Miami River is now advancing faster than the brickell and downtown portion.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes.. and it’s amazing how many infill areas Miami still has which can keep construction going for at least the next twenty years.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah I don’t think Miami will be fully dense until 2050.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You must be kidding…
It’s more like 50 years

A. Nonymous
1 year ago

Ok, but shouldn’t Uptown be north of Midtown? Just sayin’.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Look, stop making sense, that’s frowned upon in Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Uprivertown

William
1 year ago

For the Soleste group of buildings, this is the furthest north I believe.

Anonymous
1 year ago

These guys seem to be doing quite a few of these mid-level rental buildings

Anonymous
1 year ago

Development all around the Health District is Booming, filling a need for quality residences around a well-paid working group.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nice project, interesting car drop off area on ground floor.

Suomynona
1 year ago

All these projects in the immediate vicinity around where the soccer stadium should’ve been…

Sigh. What a blown opportunity.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Perfect amount of parking. Well done.

Anonymous
1 year ago

So if they would’ve put in ten more parking spaces that would be imperfect in your opinion?

Anonymous
1 year ago

I lived in a Soleste Del Prado and the building is beautiful, pool, jacuzzi ect… But one issue, zero insulation and if your neighbor sneezed you would wake up. If he turned on TV at what ever time you could hear it. If they could make sure they have some type of sound proofing it would be perfect because beautiful it is, but sleep is more important.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Would be a solid building without those dumb random balconies in the middle. Absolutely no privacy when the people above can literally look right down at you.