Five Major Miami Projects Get Utilities In One Day

Miami-Dade’s Water & Sewer Department finalized deals yesterday to supply utilities to five large projects around Miami.

The five agreements recorded yesterday by the county include:

  • Parterre 42
  • LIVWRK Wynwood
  • Casa Bella by B&B Italia
  • 1900 Biscayne
  • Port Aventura

Here’s a look at the size of each deal:

Parterre 42

According to the November 30 utilities agreement, Parterre 42 will include:

  • 323,320 square feet of office
  • 38,500 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 32,200 square feet of retail
  • 17,000 square feet of fitness center/gym

The connection fee is estimated at $400,058.67. There’s also a Biscayne Basin Sanitary Sewer Special Connection Charge of $242,667.92.


 

LIVWRK Wynwood

According to the utilities agreement, LIVWRK Wynwood will include:

  • 542 apartments
  • 61,716 square feet of office
  • 8,486 square feet of fast-food restaurant
  • 14,046 square feet of take-out restaurant
  • 6,730 square feet of retail
  • 3,063 square feet of fitness center/gym

The connection fee is estimated at $653,907.51. There’s also a Biscayne Basin Sanitary Sewer Special Connection Charge of $396,647.76.

Casa Bella by B&B Italia

According to the utilities agreement, Casa Bella by B&B Italia will include:

  • 319 residential units
  • 4,585 square feet of full service restaurant

The connection fee is estimated at $227,894.97. There’s also a Biscayne Basin Sanitary Sewer Special Connection Charge of $138,236.72.


1900 Biscayne

According to the newly signed utilities agreement, 1900 Biscayne will include:

  • 872 apartments
  • 7,607 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 7,607 square feet of retail

The connection fee is estimated at $856,261.02. There’s also a Biscayne Basin Sanitary Sewer Special Connection Charge of $519,391.52.

Port Aventura

According to the newly signed utilities agreement, Port Aventura will include:

  • 204 apartments
  • 170 hotel rooms

Due to a credit, there is no gallonage increase estimated, resulting in no connection charge.

According to a 2019 application filed with Aventura, the 18-story project will have 562 parking spaces.

The hotel will be limited service, separated by an emergency corridor from the residential side.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
2 months ago

Miami’s getting no sleep 🔥

Anonymous
2 months ago

Tell me about it, business is booming! Had to work all night writing a report, but I love working and helping clients win.

Anonymous
2 months ago

casa bella looks great …its a nice addition to arsht center surroundings….hope it actually gets built as renderings show

Downtowner
2 months ago

Agree. I like the ripple effect it has.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Another beaut by Arquitectonica!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Another rehashed box with “pizzazz” from Arqueeftectonica. Still better than One Brickell/BacCRAP Residences, I suppose.

Antennae
2 months ago

My favorite project on Wynwood.
Beautiful!!!!

Anon
2 months ago

It’s not in Wynnwood.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Bury the electrical wire gridlock. The poles in Wynwood look so third worldish. For inspiration look how Doha did their downtown.

Anonymous
2 months ago

In all of Miami including all throughout Brickell.

Anonymous
2 months ago

What’s the point if the streets will be ruined with Metromover flyovers anyway?

Anon
2 months ago

The metromover flyover is beautiful. It’s much better looking than a subway, trust me, and makes the City look alive and zippy.

Pleezzee
2 months ago

So SIM City player, this city and county should be built the way you want and like it?

Yes pleeze
2 months ago

Nobody said that. Nobody is right all the time, but if we don’t share ideas how do we find the ones that meet everyone’s needs and wishes?

Pleezzee
2 months ago

^
“Nobody said that. Nobody is right all the time,” unless they’re talking about what ruins streets with Metromover flyovers.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Doha’s downtown was master planned in most our lifetimes. Apples to oranges.

Anonymous
2 months ago

We should reevaluate our master plan with some fresh perspectives and new $$$.

Slim Shady
2 months ago

Which Master Plan are referencing?

Melo is sigma and Chad
2 months ago

I love the Wynwood one, 5 more years and the entire area will be different.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Can we get a low-rise denser development like the Design District in western Brickell? There’s no low-rise communities to walk to around Brickell.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I don’t know you, so what makes you think I wanna see your a$$ walking down the street where I live?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Hope we can meet at a community event one day. I’ll bring some pastries 🥮 👩‍🍳

Anonymous
2 months ago

only here for the GUMBI collab at lvwrk wynwood.

anonymous
2 months ago

love the low scale projects

Alcoholiotic
2 months ago

Most of the buildings in this city is “low scale.”

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yeah we should develop these. Rather than building super tall we can build super dense quality quality low-rises and fill up all the existing empty space. In the next boom they can phase out the low rises for high rises but everyone’s assuming we just need hundreds of high rises.

Slim Shady
2 months ago

“We”?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Haha.. he’s a developer…

Anonymous
2 months ago

I am a Brickell resident, and speak for myself and neighbors.

You can tell because my comments are geared toward making everyone thrive and keeping the city a beautiful place to live and work.

A developer would opt for super tall after super tall, to make more money and move on without any consideration for the community and urban planning.

Brickell is so unique because of its mix of low rises like Mary Brickell Village (which hopefully will be preserved), with high rises adjacent. If we allow developers to put high rise after high rise, Miami will become just another unlivable urban city.

Anonymous
2 months ago

“I am a Brickell resident, and speak for myself and neighbors”

All that means is that you and your neighbors can make money later selling your place or you and they can sell your places one day if not renting or sell your places one day if something about or happens in Miami that pi$$e$ you guys off.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Seeing a lot of tubular designs!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Death by palm trees. OMG. We get it. They survive here. I think there are less palm trees in the entire Caribbean and Hawaii put together and they don’t even have to be ‘manufactured’ and shipped in. Jesus. Can someone share the memo that other trees do exist and the South Florida soil supports them? And if the renderings show just half of the number they will actually stick in the ground every chance they get. Christ.

Anonymous
2 months ago

100% agreed! None of these projects are on the beach where palm trees are more appropriate. The actual city needs real shade trees to make walking in the summer more tolerable

Anonymous
2 months ago

Palm trees are what make our city look like a tropical urban oasis and different from other basic cities. Love them and so do most people! I can see more date palms with full trunks and palms to provide shape – they are more regal and city like.

nadie
2 months ago

what a debby downer. you must be a transplant