Agricultural Land Makes Way for Verdana Landings in Miami-Dade County, FL, 33177

Verdana Landing is a new housing development coming soon to South Florida. The site, which was previously designated as agricultural farm, was rezoned to allow for the construction of 135 homes, according to the South Florida Business Journal. The houses are designed in two different “collections.”

The houses are split into "collectons."

The houses are split into “collectons.”

The Vistoso Collection, the smaller of the two, ranges from 1,827 square feet to 3,308 square feet. These houses begin at $467,990.

The Serra Collection, the larger model, runs anywhere from 2,086 square feet to 3,468 square feet. These residences range from $561,990 to $666,990. At the time of publication, homes from both the Serra and Vistoso Collection are available.

Presently, Lennar Homes manages the project, although construction has not yet started. They paid $6.56 million for the 30 acres of land.

The houses cost upward of $666,000.

The houses cost upward of $666,000 and comprise multiple rooms.

The South Florida Business Journal lists Verdana Landings’ physical address as being on “21000 S.W. 127th Ave. (Burr Road), on the northwest corner of Southwest 216th Street.” It is located in Miami-Dade County, FL, west of FL-997. It will be located 20 miles south of downtown Miami, close to Zoo Miami and Black Point Marina. Prospective residents can take virtual tours online, where they can view various properties at no cost.







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3 Comments on "Agricultural Land Makes Way for Verdana Landings in Miami-Dade County, FL, 33177"

  1. Rebecca Burr Isaacson | August 14, 2021 at 12:02 pm | Reply

    Please amend your article. Burrs Berry Farm did NOT COMTINUE operation at another site. My name is Rebecca Burr Isaacson. My father was Charles Burr. The strawberry farm is closed for good. No member of the Burr family is connected with the location you mention being “down the road”. Our operation was very different. My father was a farmer.We did not sell the name or the operation JUST the property due to farming being difficult while surrounded by sub divisions. The people who are running the amusement park themed with strawberries rented our stand for 6 years while they learned how to make milk shakes and collect money for entry onto our property. Our parents would be very dismayed with being “compared” to the operation that is down the road from where they began theirs in 1965.

    • Thank you for sharing your story. We will make the changes.

      • Suzie Vincent | May 12, 2022 at 6:25 pm | Reply

        Hi Rebecca, I remember the “real” farm growing up in the early 70’s, my Dad would skydive from a hanger near your farm and we would beg him to stop and let us go pick our own fruit when we were kids. It was such a treat and wonderful memories. So sorry that the family farm was crowded out by developments.

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