Northwest 23rd Avenue and 36th Street, at 2323 NW 36th St , Allapattah
The 2323 Apartments project will be eight stories and include smaller micro unit apartments.
The project will have commercial and office uses on the ground floor, and 116 residences.
Parking for up to 129 vehicles will be on the second and third floors.
Indoor and outdoor amenities are planned, including a swimming pool above the parking levels.
This project plans 47 micro apartments ranging from 385 to 388 square feet.
Architect Ivo Fernandez of Modis Architects
The parking levels will be screened with printed artwork that allows for ventilation.
The material is to be stretched over the structural aluminum and carries a 10-year warranty, and unlike the standard murals this will last a lot longer and is easily replaced if damaged per architect.
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