1800 units are going to be built in this $600 million residential project.
River Parc Master Plan is on a 22-acre property in Little Havana, across from Marlins Park and near the Health District and Downtown.
There are currently 800 unis there in three public housing developments – Robert King High, Haley Sofge and Martin Fine Villas. Under the new Master Plan an additional 1,800 affordable and workforce housing units will be added, bringing the total housing count to 2,600. All 800 existing public housing residents will stay onsite at the same rent.
Gallery at River Parc will will feature 80-percent workforce and 20-percent affordable housing. Amenities will include a swimming pool, fitness center, multi-purpose room, and business center. The building lobby will feature an art exhibition space for young and aspiring artists to showcase their work and hosting of other events. Residents will have access to the Related-Livly App, including an integrated package management system. There will be 40 studios, 70 one-bedroom/one-bathroom units and 40 two-bedroom/two-bathroom units, each with a washer/dryer. .
The construction had already started.
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