Quail Roost Transit Village Slated for 10100 Southwest 186th Street, Cutler Bay, Florida

Quail Roost Transit Village is unfolding in Cutler Bay, Florida. Upon completion, the multi-million-dollar venture will eventually offer 500 homes––140 of will be affordable housing units, per Cash Flow in Miami Realty. The publication reports that Quail Roost Transit Village is a five-phase project. When finished, it’ll comprise more than 100,000 square feet of new construction.

The first phase will offer 200 apartments and a parking garage, while the second phase will offer 30,000 square feet of retail shops and restaurants. The mixed-used development rests on an 8.5-acre lot. The South Florida Business Journal reports that the venture’s been in the works since 2016 and will evolve alongside a new rapid transit bus system.

Presently, the build site is vacant.

Cutler Bay Town Centre LLC is the development’s owner. Sources note that this is the Palmetto-based firm’s only active venture. Burgos Lanza & Associates Inc. is the architect. Conceptual renderings reveal that the residential aspect could measure more than five stories above grade. JCM Consultants Inc. is the civil engineer.

The venture will sit behind a Shell gas station.

Quail Roost Transit Village’s address is 10100 Southwest 186th Street, Cutler Bay, Florida, in Miami-Dade County. It’s behind a Shell gas station on an undeveloped lot. The community is also east of Zoo Miami and the Ronald Reagan Turnpike.


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1 Comment on "Quail Roost Transit Village Slated for 10100 Southwest 186th Street, Cutler Bay, Florida"

  1. Gm thus is the second email am interested in renting a unit pleases 🙏

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