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Vertical Construction At MiamiCentral’s 816-Unit Park Line Towers

At the 11-acre MiamiCentral project, Overbuild 2 and 3 are now rising above the Brightline tracks and terminal.

The twin towers will be known as Park Line. Renderings show several levels of robotic parking structure topped by an amenities deck, followed by 30 and 33 typical floors with 816 residential units.

Lincoln Property Company & Brightline are the developers, with SOM and NBWW the architects.

 

2 miamicentral office building:

metromover passes underneath the train platforms:

worldcenter rising in background:

mural installed at 3 miamicentral yesterday:

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

This area is shaping up to be a very cool and nice area of town. The most transit friendly area of the county, awesome views, most walk-able and central core of the CBD. Can’t go wrong

Anonymous
Anonymous

What sort of public amenities are there? Where are the shade trees and parks? A couple of shiny new buildings doesn’t mean it will be a nice area.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Bayside and Bayfront Park are a few blocks away.

Anonymous
Anonymous

And Museum park

Anonymous
Anonymous

You must be a broker. Those parks are not in the same neighborhood.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It has a pocket park on flager next to burger king and there its a oval park behind government center.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Apparently he or she is one of those “park people” who has a few locally in their own neighborhood and never goes to them. But you can tell this person never steps foot in downtown because this person would know that there’s a park that’s even called “museum park” downtown.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It will be quite the trek to go from these apartment buildings to the shade-less Museum Park. This is someone who goes to their urban neighborhood park every day.

Anonymous
Anonymous

…or you can take the free, air conditioned MetroMover which has a stop at their station and also at Museum Park – oh, and one for Bayside / Bayfront as well. So what’t the problem now – too cheap? Too cold? Too convenient?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hold your horses…he’s busy right now formulating a complaint to your suggestion.

Anonymous
Anonymous

So ignorant to not understand the huge dollar value parks add to immediately adjacent properties.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Well buy some land there an do your own landscaping and build your own park and name it after yourself. Anonymous Park… now are you happy?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ha, you’re right-on there. These people think that every building built downtown should have it’s own four acre park right outside it’s doors.

Laz
Laz

I wish people would just shut up about parks; most parks I see are empty

Anonymous
Anonymous

Because you shouldn’t have to drive your car to the park

Anonymous
Anonymous

Walk the area. There are trees and parks all around.
If you are too lazy, Google Earth can give a good representation.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Scanned with Google Earth (4/2017 imagery)… not seeing anything other than green plazas that are closed to the public in government buildings.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I thought you went downtown for shopping, dining, and entertainment? People who come to visit Miami don’t come to run around in any downtown parks. If they wanted to go “tip toeing through the tulips” they can stay at home and do that.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You and all the other nasty anti-park and planning trolls on here need to educate yourself with all the ULI and other information that proved that adding parks allows developers to INCREASE the value and amount of built space. It’s a huge pro, not anti, development move.

Anonymous
Anonymous

So, if anyone doesn’t agree with your premise they have to be “nasty?” Everyone doesn’t have to agree with you and your kind about the necessity of parks. Miami is known for it’s nightlife and beaches, not for the amount of “parks” that people clamor to get to from other cities, states, and countries. You name the area and I’ll show you a park or parks there that are unused and desolate most of the time. Your theory about parks increasing “the value and amount of built space” may have some merit when it comes to the suburbs, but this is DOWNTOWN, and the idea here is to attract movie makers, out of town visitors looking to have a good time, and locals who are not concerned about parks being everywhere they look in the Downtown area.

Again, if you and your ilk are so into parks like you all appear to be, then go and have yourselves a ball running around in the EverGlades National Park…nobody is stopping you!

Jesus
Jesus

I love that picture with World Center. Just imagine once all is done, how the area will be in the day, night. There will be more foot traffic, maybe less cars in the area. Being in San Diego, I wish Miami would look to it as a model for building the city. It has an excellent trolley system, stores everywhere including in the train stations and not just in downtown, and it has people walking in the city at all times. Different culture and mindset in California but I would like to see what San Diego has now in Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thousands of parking spaces are part of this project. Considering there are few cars in the area right now I suspect there is zero chance there will be less cars in the future.

Suomynona
Suomynona

Traffic will absolutely be awful once this area is built out.

That\'s how we roll
That\'s how we roll

Please stop. Downtown is not supposed to be car friendly. Even in Miami. If you want to drive within downtown, and park for 15 minutes, you will be charged $4.
25,000+ people come daily to work by mass transit. If you decide to drive, you come, park in a garage, and walk. The grid blocks are short, and are very pedestrian oriented.

Anonymous
Anonymous

More traffic means people will be FORCED to use transit. Thus mission accomplished. LOL.

Anonymous
Anonymous

No, it means normal real-world car-driving working types will deal with even more rush hour traffic.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You ever been to a downtown area that has easy traffic? Cause I haven’t. Also–did you just try to associate driving a car with some better than though working class mentality, you’re a moron.

Anonymous
Anonymous

If you’re worried about that, stay home!

Anonymous
Anonymous

San Diego has a significant weather advantage when it comes to foot traffic. Miami is 90 degrees and humid 10 out of 12 months and has unpredictable torrential down pours. But yes, it would be awesome if it took after San Diego.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Jeez…10 out of 12 months—that’s San Juan not Miami. Nov-March Miami has nicer weather than San Diego, plus no Calinuts and no state tax

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sorry to burst your nuts but even Nov – Mar we get sticky days and when you factor humidity levels the temp may be 82 for a high but it really feels like 90°

AndrewN
AndrewN

Temperatures in San Diego run in the 50s with highs in the mid sixties during January. Those temperatures would not draw anyone to its beaches.

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is the area to invest now , Downtown , Edgewater , Midtown ……. will be so urban – metropolitan style …..

Anonymous
Anonymous

Think you’re a little late. Not to say there is no upside…

Anonymous
Anonymous

All fancy hipster/realtor terms for Overtown

Anonymous
Anonymous

beautiful, I hope to move into one of these towers are a rail spotting fan that would be great to boast about

When will this platform open for trains?

Anonymous
Anonymous

these buildings will be done by the time the trains ever go to orlando

Anonymous
Anonymous

So ~2025?

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Miami Parking Authority has also partnered with Grand Station Partners to provide more public parking and 300 rental units in the CBD. Just across the street at 240 North Miami Avenue. Very exciting for an emerging neighborhood

Anonymous
Anonymous

How will this station connect with metro rail? where is the pedestrian bridges?

marc
marc

There will be a pedestrian bridge between this ang G center. The permits were pulled a few weeks ago

Anonymous
Anonymous

thanks fam

Anonymous
Anonymous

Will over town get a connection?

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