Northeast 27th Street between North Miami Avenue and Northeast Second Avenue, Wynwood.
A binding deal between Miami-Dade and Brightline for a Miami-to-Aventura commuter rail line isn’t signed, but details of the project – including plans for a station in Wynwood – are coming into focus.
By 2040 this Wynwood-Edgewater-Midtown area will have the largest population in the county
Much of the estimated $2 million it would cost to build the station would come from private dollars collected through the Wynwood BID, comprised of some 200 property owners whose tax-assessed contributions generate about $1 million yearly for 50 neighborhood blocks.
Parameters commissioners set for a future agreement include a one-time $50 million payment to Brightline and $12 million in annual payments for the first 30 years of a potential 90-year contract.
The village council voted last month for a development agreement with an entity managed by Barrington Brothers LLC, a local multifamily developer with projects in the Upper Eastside and Little Havana. As part of the agreement, Barrington, led by Arthur and Ken Barrington, will be able to build an eight-story structure with an option for two bonus stories.Read more
Fort Lauderdale-based Merrimac is now joined by Miami-based high-end apartment developer The Estate Companies. The 340-unit project, at 4 North Federal Highway, has been renamed Soleste Cityline, as in Estate Cos.’ Soleste brand of multifamily developments throughout South Florida, according to a press release. The project was originally called Trion at Dania Beach.Read more
Eighteen developers have expressed interest in building Class A office space on three municipal parking lots in Miami Beach adjacent to Lincoln Road between Alton Road and Meridian Avenue. The City put out a Request for Letters of Interest (RFLI) in November to test the waters as it seeks ways to diversify .Read more
The construction permit was filed. According to the filing, a total of 41,164 square feet of general commercial will be built over two stories.Read more
After three years of discussion, the owners of the iconic International Inn at one of the gateways to Miami Beach have reached agreement with the City to voluntarily designate the property historic in exchange for the right to build an 80-ft tall addition to the hotel. City Commissioners approved the agreement after deferring it for six months due to concerns about the hotel’s operations.Read more