Developers Complete First Phase Of MiLine Miami In Glenvar Heights

MiLine Miami. Credit: ZOM Living.

ZOM Living, in a joint venture partnership with Mattoni Group, Scout Capital and AEW Capital Management, announced the completion of the first phase of the transformative development MiLine Miami at 6970 Southwest 40th Street in Glenvar Heights, Miami.. Phase one includes the delivery of 338 luxury, mid-rise apartments, 4,600 square feet of retail space featuring a brewery and two restaurants, and 1,300 linear feet of the Ludlam Trail for residents and the broader community to enjoy outdoor recreational activities such as walking, biking and hiking. MiLine Miami is designed by MSA Architects with interiors by Meshberg Group and landscaping from Naturalficial. HSQ Group is the civil engineer and Kaufman Lynn Construction is the general contractor.

MiLine Miami. Credit: ZOM Living.

With direct access to the Ludlam Trail linear park, MiLine Miami’s first phase is comprised of a six-story, upscale apartment building featuring large-scale art murals and a range of street art throughout the property. The first residents are beginning to move in, with studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment options available ranging from 580 to 1,700 square feet. The residential community’s lifestyle-driven amenities include a pool deck with cabanas and grilling area, Zen courtyard, fire pit, social room, membership-quality fitness center, aqua lounge and coworking spaces.

MiLine Miami. Credit: ZOM Living.

MiLine Miami will feature other one-of-a-kind amenities, including a local brewery named Thorn by the founders of Lincoln’s Beard Brewing Co. that will occupy the retail space. The beer garden will be anchored by two additional restaurants to be announced soon. Residents will benefit from having 50,000 square feet of outdoor amenity space, which includes the walking and biking trail, a dog park, an event lawn, and outdoor public and private plazas perfect for recreation and gatherings.

“ZOM is excited to deliver phase one of our MiLine Miami community, including welcoming Lincoln’s Beard brewery Thorn to the property and delivering the first segment of the Ludlam Trail, which will create an exceptional outdoor pedestrian experience for residents and the surrounding community,” said Kyle Clayton, Senior Vice President of ZOM Living. “Our team is already beginning work on the remaining phases of the project that will expand this section of trail to a full half mile, add another 600 apartments and more amenities to the community.”

MiLine Miami. Credit: ZOM Living.

The three-phase, mixed-use development of MiLine Miami spans an 11.4-acre site with a mix of uses that include approximately 975 apartments and 23,000 square feet of retail space. The second phase will comprise 337 apartments including 32 townhome units and is slated to start construction by the end of the year. The third phase will deliver an additional 300 apartments and 18,000 square feet of retail space.  Apartment units at MiLine Miami are equipped with a smart home system that allows residents to use voice commands to control the unit’s lighting, see who’s at the front door and let them in, set the home’s temperature and play their favorite tunes – all with the touch of an app. Unit interior finishes include exposed concrete ceiling, quartz counter tops and hard-surface luxury flooring throughout the apartment.

MiLine Miami Fitness Center. Credit: ZOM Living.

“Our vision has always been to engage and activate the Ludlam Trail and have this project be a catalyst for creating a unique mixed-use neighborhood in Miami,” said Ricardo Caporal, Founder and President of Mattoni Group.

MiLine Miami Clubroom. Credit: ZOM Living.

“The transformative and human-centered nature of this mixed-use development fits well with our strategy to invest in real estate projects positioned for sustained, long-term growth,” said Jess Bissey, Chief Sustainability Officer of AEW Capital Management.

MiLine Miami Acqua Lounge. Credit: ZOM Living.

The Ludlam Trail is being redeveloped into a beautiful linear park that spans six miles, adorned with colorful, public art. The trail path will connect four parks, three waterways, two Metrorail stations at Dadeland North and South and five schools.

The MiLine Miami community also offers convenient access to Miami’s sights and landmarks with its proximity to the Biltmore Hotel and the University of Miami, plus a variety of dining and entertainment options such as the open-air shopping district Miracle Mile and Shops at Merrick Park.

“The transformative and human-centered nature of this mixed-use development fits well with our strategy to invest in real estate projects positioned for sustained, long-term growth,” said Jess Bissey, Chief Sustainability Officer of AEW Capital Management.

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1 Comment on "Developers Complete First Phase Of MiLine Miami In Glenvar Heights"

  1. A wonderful development. Just curious: the Ludlam Trail was to get us to Miami Airport. Why was it suddenly cut all the way back to Bird Road?

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