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The Line, 449-Unit Apartment Project At Dadeland North Metrorail Station, Unveils Website

The Line, 449-Unit Apartment Project At Dadeland North Metrorail Station, Unveils Website

A website has been created for The Line, a twin-tower apartment project in Dadeland.

The transit-oriented project includes:

  • 449 rental apartments
  • 595 parking spaces
  • 21,114 square feet of ground floor retail
  • 6,400 square feet of co-working office space

Amenities will include a pool deck with 5 summer kitchen cabanas, outdoor club bar, kid’s play areas, a dog park, lounge and game room, theater, and 2-story gym. There will also be electric car charging stations.

Rilea Group is the developer, and NBWW the architect.

Completion is scheduled for 2021

 

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William
William

Great infill! I think this is the old FEC right of way. This whole area is great for density increases with good access to several modes of trans. Go Miami!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Giant parking podium right at a Metrostation. SMH.

Anonymous
Anonymous

To be fair, the vibrations from the tracks make other uses unfeasible. What’s the parking like at the station garage? If it’s always full, maybe some of this is station parking, too.

Miami Hurricane
Miami Hurricane

Keep in mind there’s a good amount of retail space going in at ground level as well as co-working offices, the operators of those venues will likely prefer to not have to ask people to walk over or park in an uncovered spot at Dadeland.

It’s not the end of the world, but you need to satisfy commercial tenants as well if you want to command income, especially if Dadeland ever decides to build on that lot.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Metro Rail is only good for east-west transportation….to go anywhere else you still will need a car. Therefore you will need to park it somewhere.

Anonymous
Anonymous

you mean North/South

Anonymous
Anonymous

If I lived in this building and don’t own a car but still have to pay for a parking space, it sure would be convenient to have an available spot to park a car when family or friends come over.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah, parking! in modern society we need a place to store the vehicle that allows for faster travel, since the city we live in does not provide many alternatives. Yes, the metro is one of the few alternatives but with limited destinations. If you do not use a car on a daily,kudos to you! but please stop with the parking comments and the complaining. Instead, please find your local commissioner and send them a letter regarding the issue, but you might need to elaborate a bit.

Anonymous
Anonymous

AYE! He/She said it!

Paul
Paul

Commissioner Suarez needs to do something about the sidewalks and streets in this area.

Between Modera Metro, JOYA, AMLI, the Colonnade, Motion and now the Line, 2547 new units have or will soon be added to the north side of Dadeland. Simon Property Group also has plans for an additional residential development, a hotel and a theater on the north side of the mall.

The developers of these properties have spent a lot of money making their frontages pedestrian friendly and have several retail spaces to fill. By making the neighborhood more pedestrian friendly, business conditions will improve and home values will increase, offsetting the cost of road improvements.

My suggestions are:
* Add a traffic/crossing signal to 72nd Ave near JcPennys
* Add a crossing signal on 70th Ave on the north side of the Dadeland North parking garage
* Add sidewalk along north side of 85th St from 72nd Ave to 70th Ave
* Add pedestrian islands in the center medians for pedestrians who can’t make it all the way across the street in one crossing signal
* Protect sidewalks from cars with shade trees or planters

Anonymous
Anonymous

That parking podium is so ugly. Also, how are they getting approval for being able to build a massive parking deck across SW 85th street?

Anonymous
Anonymous

They’re building the place to park cars, not try to take it to the prom.

Anonymous
Anonymous

awesome project, good work all around, only comment is I want it bigger

Anonymous
Anonymous

So ugly!

Anonymous
Anonymous

… eye likey!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hideous garage…whole point of TOD is that there is at least a possibility of going without a car..:should have zero parking like Centro downtown.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Why is every other new building in Miami is painted grey? One of the least tropical colors on the palette…I don’t get how grey is becoming a staple of the Miami skyline.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Frankly, I’m tired of tropical, palm trees and all.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agree, They should paint the buildings Pink and teal, with flamingos, coconut trees, a and happy dolphins flying over a plate of Black beans with croquetas y tostones.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes much better

Anonymous
Anonymous

Pink and teal, with flamingos, a plate of Black beans with croquetas y tostones… lol lol lol lol lol…………..