Mixed-Use Venture Proposed for South Dixie Highway and Southwest 214th Street, Miami, Florida

RCC Developers hopes to start construction on a new mixed-use project in Miami-Dade County, Florida. It acquired the 1.17-acre site for $850,000 in 2021. There are no structures on the build site, so plans do not call for demolition. Right now, developers are currently seeking zoning variances and the community’s conceptual design.

Upon completion, the mixed-use venture will comprise more than 64,000 square feet of new construction, offering both retail space and over 100 apartments. The retail space will require 6,227 square feet of new construction, resting on the bottom floor of a 10-story tower.

The development will rest on a 1.17-acre lot.

The residential aspect will feature one-bedroom to two-bedroom units, measuring about 600 square feet to just over 1,000 square feet each. Amenities include a swimming pool on the fifth floor, as well as a community garden and 128-spot parking garage.

Modis Architects designed the venture and shared conceptual renderings with the South Florida Business Journal. Renderings show a triangular high-rise building with balconies. The perimeter is outlined with palm trees and other native Florida plants.

At this time, rent information is not currently available. There is a lot of demand for housing in Miami-Dade County right now. Presently, the county is working on a high-speed transit system, which has sparked new developments in the area.

RCC Developers’ venture will be located on South Dixie Highway and Southwest 214th Street, Miami, Florida, in the Goulds neighborhood. The zip code is 33189.

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