Utilities Agreement Completed For 1,480 New Residential Units In Brickell, Park West

Miami Dade’s Water and Sewer Department has finalized deals to supply utilities to two new developments in Brickell and Park West.

Both projects are currently in the construction permitting phase.

The two utilities agreements were recorded on May 22, and cover a project at 120 SW 8th Street in Brickell and the West Eleventh project in Park West.

According to the first agreement, 120 SW 8th Street will include:

  • 810 residential units
  • 15,791 square feet of full service restaurant

The combined connection charges for 120 SW 8th Street are estimated around $1.3 million.

Daniel Kaplan signed the 120 SW 8th Street agreement on behalf of developer 1st and 8th LLC.

For the West Eleventh agreement, the project is planned to include:

  • 670 residential units
  • 9.759 square feet of full service restaurant

The combined connection charges for the West Eleventh project are estimated around $1.1 million.

Ryan Shear signed the West Eleventh agreement on behalf of developing entity Block 17 Trustee, LLC.

PMG is the developer planning both projects.

 

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anonymous
1 month ago

hurry up and build

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

I love the Park West one because it provides needed infill to that area and will inspire along with the elleven towers more development.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Glad to see the City working together to advance some of the most highly-anticipated projects in Brickell and Park West. These areas are among the best and complement each other well in our core rapid transit system!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hopefully it exerts more pressure on the historic core for redevelopment, and MDC and Ma-na start selling properties.

Donna
1 month ago

i love Park West because it’s being designed around walkability. I can’t stand the tiny sidewalks in Brickell.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not sure what you’re smoking? The sidewalks in Brickell are huge and bigger than the ones I’ve seen in NYC and Boston., especially in this new part.

Anon
1 month ago

Every time I try to cross the street I almost get run over. Thats not an issue in Park West – they’ve taken the streets back and turned them into pedestrian promenades.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The idea of establishing walkable public areas first took root in Brickell.

Over the years, Brickell has consistently pursued similar projects, continuously enhancing crosswalks to accommodate growing traffic. This evolution is evident in developments such as BCC, MBV, the new River District, the Underline, and MB places, as well as the expansive public squares along Brickell Ave.

Park West didn’t pioneer pedestrian areas; they’re integral highlights to Brickell’s urban fabric as well.

Anon
1 month ago

Name one street Brickell turned into a promenade. I’ll wait.

Jordan
1 month ago

Especially the parts of NYC where restaurants put nasty trash bags of oozing stank on the steamy summer sidewalks.

Demarius
1 month ago

You’re right, Donna. A lot of the sidewalks in Brickell are unfortunately part sidewalk part landscaping but too little room for 2 way pedestrian flow…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Rare obstacles occur in every area, including Park West, which also has its challenges to address. Consider compiling a list and urging the City of Miami to consider eminent domain for a few feet of grass where it’s a concern, particularly if it’s not being adequately maintained. Converting neglected grass into sidewalks could be a relatively inexpensive way to fulfill a public need in the very few instances you’re concerned about.

Anon
1 month ago

The problem with sidewalks is around Mary Brickell Village but along Brickell Ave they are nice sized. SLS Lux area is the worst part with so many restaurants and almost single file sidewalks.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’ve never felt too close to other pedestrians in Brickell even in the busiest areas

Anonymous
1 month ago

Love the design on 8th street! Will be a major upgraded addition to all the beautiful Brickell streetscapes.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Both are prime areas for new al fresco garden-side dining!

Anonymous
1 month ago

OUTDOOR dining.

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

love both towers

.305
1 month ago

Love the disco whale sculpture on this one!

Anon
1 month ago

ugly dull building but i like whale!