Utilities Deal Signed For Culmer Village Transit-Oriented Development Next To Metrorail

The owner of a property near the Culmer Metrorail station has just signed a deal to bring in water and sewer for a mixed-use project.

The project is known as Culmer Village, the agreement shows.

According to the new agreement, Culmer Village will include:

  • 612 apartments
  • 12,804 square feet of retail

According to the website of owner Kite Partners, the property was formerly the Biscayne Chemical Site, and was later environmentally remediated.

A broker is currently advertising the retail space in the upcoming project as being available for lease.

There will be two towers rising 20 stories, the brochure says.

The Metrorail station is just south of the site.

 

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Azarius
1 month ago

This is what Miami really need more of affordable housing!!! 7th Ave has multiple empty lots that can be turn into affordable housing, still very close to downtown.

William
1 month ago

Agreed. Hopefully the city commissioners can see past the parking issue. Parking is expensive and we need all sorts of projects. Even ones with less parking.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The entire NW 7th Ave Corridor should be rezoned and redeveloped

Anonymous
1 month ago

In any big city in the world, a metro station brings businesses, ventures and opportunities, generating jobs, income and taxes. These twin towers are good news.

Fern
1 month ago

Boring, unremarkable, and just perfect. Not every building has to be beautiful, win an architectural award, or use new technology. They just have to do their job and this development will perform

The smart developer
1 month ago

I like this one. Nice and simple. Let’s just hope they charge market rate and not 3k for a 1 bedroom

Anonymous
1 month ago

They won’t get 3K for a 1 bedroom in that neighborhood.

Ûgłÿ
1 month ago

Nice and ugly

Anonymous
1 month ago

If the price is so right to where I can afford to live there, then I don’t giveadamn about how you view the aesthetics of the building.

Ûgłÿ
1 month ago

I don’t give a damn that you don’t give a damn 🙂

Anonymous
1 month ago

^ Haha.. another member of the “Pretty Police.”

Pickles
1 month ago

Very dated looking.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Boring, but at least it’s not ugly. This is where the “affordable” housing is ripe everyone whines about, not in the middle of downtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

OUT. DATED. But very necessary.

Azure
1 month ago

Lazy and ugly garage treatment.

Anonymous
1 month ago

yeah sure.

yaaawwwwnnnnn….

Anonymous
1 month ago

At least it’s not some divisive historical figure, dead rapper with a single tear, or some other crap mural. I think the treatment would be nice for vertical landscaping to grow up it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Or a statue of some dead Confederate general.

lol…

Market Urbanist
1 month ago

Robert E. Lee was a great man.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^ Well I guess anybody that opposes racial equality is “GREAT” to you.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Hmm thought Brooker T was going to be expanded, nice addition to 7th Ave

Guy
1 month ago

A chemical plant adjacent to a high school. Who plans this shit?

Anonymous
1 month ago

It looks like the government had leftover land between I-95 and the chemical plant that already existed, hence a public school and women’s jail.

Susie
1 month ago

I don’t care what the building looks like as long or where it’s you where it’s at as long as I can afford the rent I’ll be happy to rent it where can you go to rent it

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great to see new development in the area! Wonder if this will have affordable or workforce units?

Antennae
1 month ago

Nice project

Anonymous
1 month ago

Looks like a building out of a communist project. Cheap doesn’t have to be ugly

Subway, not the sandwich
1 month ago

What about public transport

Anonymous
1 month ago

looks like communist soviet apartment blocks lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

I could see Overtown become a decent white neighborhood in 10 years

Anonymous
1 month ago

Check out the history of how Overtown began and what led to the area’s demise.

Anonymous
1 month ago

We know, it’s all the big bad I-95’s fault, never mind many residents already moved away for places like Liberty City, and elsewhere during “black flight,” when segregation was lifted.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Back in day, as long as those elected officials in Miami didn’t decide to run I-95 through the area where your people were forced into because they had no choice when it comes to anywhere else to live in the city or county, you think your pitiful explanations and knowledge about Miami and Dade county is all anyone need?

Market Urbanist
1 month ago

I agree I-95 destroyed the urban fabric, but it is a joke to think that is the cause of the area’s demise. You’re not being intellectually honest.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
Since you honestly know what caused that “area’s demise,” then stop BSing around and tell us.

No Name
1 month ago

Gentrification is never a bad thing. And Overtown will never be a “white” neighborhood, just as Miami is not a “white” city. Leave your racism elsewhere.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It won’t be supermajority Hispanic anymore, and the non-white Hispanic population will continue to rebound/increase. Then you hear all the “reverse” racists scream about displacement from gentrification while they already live elsewhere.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I could see Overtown become a good neighborhood again in 10 years

ignoranymous
1 month ago

Then you could see how much older and fat you’ll look in 10 years.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I thought it was “food deserts” primarily fueling the obesity epidemic in pee-oh-cee neighborhoods, and when there are efforts to alleviate it, “community leaders” rage about gentrification.

Fern
1 month ago

Honestly, while they’re wrong about gentrification being bad or even a thing, their displeasure is understandable. When you have so little you’re afraid to lose it

Anonymous
1 month ago

Californians and New Yorkers, keep on comin….

Market Urbanist
1 month ago

Any community would be suspicious when “outsiders” begin to move in. It’s human nature, no matter what community it is. We are tribal societies.

olfactory
1 month ago

chub never sleeps….