The Standard Residences In Midtown Miami Files For Construction Permit

The Standard Residences in Midtown Miami has applied for a construction permit.

Miami Building Department records show that the permit was applied for on December 6, with the full plans filed on December 14.

Cavossa Management is listed as the contractor on the permit, which is already in review.

According to the permit, 228 living units are planned, along with 11,000 square feet of retail.

The Standard will also include a rooftop lounge and 34,000 square feet of amenity space, according to previously released marketing information.

Earlier this year, the developer said that 70% of the project’s 228 residences have already been sold, with units continuing to sell “extremely well.”

Rosso Development, founded by Carlos Rosso, is the developer.

 



 

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Conno Sir
1 month ago

Beautiful project.
So happy that lot is getting built on. Such an eye sore now

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes. But geez, I wanna see that huge empty lot on north Miami ave and N.E. 1st ave finally developed.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s literally just grass lol

Fus
1 month ago

Since when is a grass lot an eyesore?

Anonymous
1 month ago

When it’s a missing tooth in Midtown’s competition, and full of trash. Still better than Welfaremart proposed ten years ago, I suppose.

Anonymous
1 month ago

yeah now you can pay 20% more at the Target store for the same shit, good work keeping Walmart out snob clowns

Big City Big Stakes
1 month ago

More development in areas not yet accessible by Metromover?!

The Standard should build this in an underdeveloped part of Brickell, or even downtown. In my opinion this shows poor planning by Standard and misplaced development prioritization by the City.

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

That intersection in midtown is going to be popping. Sugarcane, italic, trader joes and this on each block.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yet more traffic in an area with no Metromover. Another wasted opportunity to enhance a pedestrian/transit in Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Developing walkable neighborhoods that people have to drive to/from is pointless, and counterproductive urban planning.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nice looking project!

Thenextvicecity
1 month ago

Just curious, would having an incentive like nyc has to include like 10-20% affordable units in a development to get tax breaks be a good thing for the area or does that policy make it more difficult to incentivize new development? It seems like every week hundreds of units are announced for downtown and wynwood so maybe increasing the supply will eventually lead to lower prices but there is such a need for housing for middle and lower income workers right now.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Obviously, it’s not working in NYC. You can offer incentives, but it’s not economically feasible to utilize here, hence why it should be for northern Metrorail stops.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Coastal Link/Brightline commuter stop desperately needed for Midtown.

Joe
1 month ago

the design looks pretty “standard” (no pun intended.)

Anonymous
1 month ago

The low-rise portion is nice, otherwise it looks like a squat box proposed in South Beach. At least it doesn’t have giant baby block letters like the MWC one, but really. Low standards…

Anonymous
1 month ago

The Standard is where wannabe influencers hang out to feel entitled in my opinion.