The proposed 20-story building near North Miami Beach will include apartments, retail space and office space.
It has two residential structures. In 2022, the developer will have assembled this property for $4.22million.
The park is located just east of Greynolds Park in the Ojus neighbourhood.
Site plan includes 125 apartments, 90.960 square feet office space, 5.580 square foot commercial space, and 298 parking spots. Two blocks of office space would be created, the first being on floors 2 through 4 and the second on floors 14 to 20. Apartments would be located on floors 6 through 11. On the 12th floor, there would be amenities for residents as well as office users.
The project will include 120 studios and one-bedrooms, as well as five two-bedrooms.
The developer wants a bonus for workforce housing. This is a way to increase the residential density by reserving 10% as workforce housing. Miami-Dade's median household income is $57,815.
The developer wants to change one parcel's zoning to "mixed use corridor" so that both parcels are "mixed use corridors."
No comment could be made by attorneys Pedro Gassant and Alberto J. Torres who represent the developer. The project was designed by Arquitectonica, a Miami-based firm.
According to records of the state, Dean Myerow is the manager, and he's joined by Ericka Alves, Raymond George Mazzie and Samir Dizy.
Developers can submit pre-applications for feedback before submitting formal applications to the county.
Miami-Dade has seen a boom in multifamily housing as developers try to take advantage of record-high rents, and wealthy residents moving to the area. A surge in companies moving to the county led to record-high office rents and the construction of new office buildings.