Transit-Oriented Development Called Platform 3750 Now Under Construction Next To Douglas Road Metrorail

A transit-oriented project called Platform 3750 with workforce housing is now under construction next to the Douglas Road Metrorail Station.

The project will rise 12 stories.

A Notice of Commencement for the project was filed in January.

Platform 3750 will include, according to a utilities agreement:

  • 191 rental apartments
  • 27,706 square feet of office
  • 20,510 square feet of retail
  • 395 parking spaces (not included in the utilities deal)

The project is across the street from the under-construction Link at Douglas project at the Douglas Road Metrorail station. That project will include 1,422 residential units, a 22-story tower, and retail including a Milam’s Market.

Platform 3750 is being built on county owned land. It is also receiving funding from the the city of Miami’s “Forever Bonds” since it has workforce housing.

Cornerstone Group of Hollywood is the developer.

Kobi Karp is the architect.

 

(photos: Ryan RC Rea)

 

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Anonymous
7 months ago

Make it taller! Screw Coral Gables!

Anonymous
7 months ago

It’s more Coconut Grove than The Gables. 12 floors on that side of US 1 seems fine as there are single family homes and duplexes right across the street.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Coral Gables or Coconut Grove, people on here don’t care and think single-family homes are the work of the devil, and would rather see everything replaces with Melo boxes with ugly prison windows.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Boy, you sure dug deep in your butthole to pull that out.

Market Urbanist
7 months ago

The communist elites love tiny coffin apartments. Where else are the serfs supposed to live?

Anonymous
7 months ago

“Where else are the serfs supposed to live?”

Why, in the 2500sq ft, three bd rm, $800 a month apartments where you live.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Should be bigger

William
7 months ago

That side of US1 doesn’t get tall buildings.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Well, at least after years and years and years of seeing nothing done, they’re building a twelve story apartment building.

transplant
7 months ago

12 floors? Not in the rendering.

Dave the Crackhead ™
7 months ago

really liking the design on this. I think the height is great for that side of US1

Anonymous
7 months ago

Build the infrastructure first and then you let the developers build around it, not the other way around

Anonymous
7 months ago

There is a lot of land available around Earlington Heights Metro Station. 5 min to the airport, downtown, Wynwood, Jackson Hospital, Hialeah, etc. Nothing happening there. That area needs more help. People there already have no car. They really would use mass transport.

Grady Muhammad
6 months ago

You think

Anonymous
7 months ago

Well the pictured building to be built is at best 8 stories tall.
Is this the pic they submitted to get approval… some one is going to be surprised.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I like the curve style. Really miamian.

Azarius
5 months ago

I love this development, even though I think it should be taller. Glad to be adding more density south of downtown.