Plans for a twin-tower project in Dadeland designed by Arquitectonica have been submitted by New York developer Macklowe.
The project will be a transit-oriented development. Miami-Dade County Planners received a copy of the plans yesterday. The project site is a strip of land in between the Dadeland North Metrorail station and Dadeland Mall. A trip to Brickell from the adjacent station takes exactly 15 minutes by train.
Both towers are proposed to rise 25 stories, or 347 feet above ground. The towers will be connected by a four-story podium with a parking garage. There will be two separate amenity decks on levels 5 and 21, both connecting to each of the towers. The combined project will include: 650 residential units 580 parking spaces 11,455 square feet of retail Lobby and amenity spaces
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SW 100 Street & Pinecrest Parkway (US1)
Luxury Townhomes in the Village of Pinecrest - Pre-Construction Prices Ranging from $1.57 Million
Developers buy original Shorty's restaurant property in Kendall for $14.5M
Florida Value Partners and Atlantic Pacific Cos. acquired the Shorty's restaurant building at 9200 S. Dixie Highway, Miami-Dade County.
Miami Lakes-based Florida Value Partners teamed with Miami-based Atlantic Pacific Cos. to purchase the properties at 9200 and 9180 S. Dixie Highway from 9200 LLC and 9180 LLC, both managed by Paul Skoric, who also heads Shorty’s. The former site has the 4,092-square-foot restaurant on 32,220 square feet of land and the latter site has a 1,757-square-foot automotive repair shop on a 12,382-square-foot lot.
Both buyers are known as prolific multifamily and retail developers in South Florida.
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2 NEW TOWERS COMING SOON AFFECTING VILLAGE OF PINECREST SIGHT LINES
18 story apartment tower will replace the KFC and the Car Wash on SW 96 St & US1.
New "Pinecrest Walk" Development - 18 story apartment tower will replace the KFC & the Car Wash on SW 96 St and US1. 9650 - 9690 S. Dixie Highway The units would be mostly on the smaller side, one-bedroom units would average 575 square feet, two-bedroom units would average 800 square feet. About 45% of the apartments would be two bedrooms, and the rest would be one-bedroom units and studios.
"CREST AT PINECREST" - 18 STORY Residential & Commercial 296 Luxury Apartments LOCATION: 9600 South Dixie Hwy Miami, FL 33156
Palmetto Bay has received an application for an 8 story Hotel on SW 168 St. & Old Cutler Rd. Get Informed on the changes affecting your Neighborhood. How will the County manage the increased traffic after the 87th avenue bridge is built. It’s their responsibility. Ask your Representatives- How will the planned 8 story Hotel affect Old Cutler Rd and SW 168 street ?
Palmetto Bay Council denied this application after an overwhelming opposition from Palmetto Bay Residents. STOPPED - Proposed project for 485 rental apartments and townhomes scheduled for a site plan approval with Palmetto Bay. (Old Burger King Building site)
The longtime owners of the South Miami Shopping Plaza are planning to redevelop the property.
Even though over 2000 residents objected, County Commissioners approved the zoning change of the Kings Creek Shopping Center to Multi Use despite the covenant in place since 1973. The Property is located within a 1/2 mile of the Kendall Corridor, one of the six rapid transit corridors identified as part of the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) Plan. MCD (Mixed-Use Corridor District) zoning approvals in place. Permitted uses include retail/commercial, residential and senior living uses with a specific height limitation of 4 stories.
Editorial: Higher Density is Coming…Like It or Not!
There are three housing projects that are adding apartment complexes to our community. The Hook Square / Canal Street Apartment Complex, the 29 Palmetto Drive Apartments across from the former Suntrust drive-through tellers, and the 641-649 Palmetto Drive Apartments near 36th and Fairway Drive (behind the AT&T building).
So, how many households are being added to Miami Springs and how many new residents can we expect?
Zoom Meeting with Commissioner Regalado (District 7) on Aug 2, 2021 - this video is not edited - fast forwarded to 3 min 48 seconds when meeting begins.
Download the full Presentation & See the County's Plans for the Village.
Sponsored by Mayor Corradino & Presented during the July 13, 2021 Village of Pinecrest Council Meeting.
ORDINANCE FORCING PINECREST TO REZONE
In Pinecrest, the proposed ordinance could ultimately force 50 acres of our commercial corridor to be rezoned to support ridership on the South Dade Busway.
It’s important to note that the average resident/homeowner in Pinecrest pays over 85% of their property taxes to Miami-Dade County and not to our Village that incorporated in 1996. With our high property values, we are vested in the community by contributing to the vast tax base for the county.
CONCERNED CITIZENS OF PINECREST SUE VILLAGE OF PINECREST TO FORCE REFERENDUM ON INITIATIVE THAT WILL ALLOW RESIDENTS TO VOTE ON FUTURE ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS.
AS OUR LAWS ARE IGNORED THEY CONTINUE TO PUSH THROUGH CHANGES TO OUR LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS AND ZONING NOW SCHEDULED FOR THE DECEMBER 13TH, 2022 COUNCIL MEETING.