Officials in Homestead, Florida, will soon evaluate a proposal for Soleste Midtown Homestead, per the South Florida Business Journal. If approved, the $80 million mixed-use venture would feature about 350 apartments on a 20.8-acre lot.
Baptist Health South Florida currently owns the plot, which is south of Homestead Hospital. The homes would be spread across six five-story buildings, ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom layout plans.
The average home measures around 900 square feet. Communal amenities could comprise a 7,000-square-foot clubhouse, swimming pool, and children’s playground.
There will also be more than 1,000 parking spots. But those spots aren’t just for residents; they’re also reserved for customers. Soleste Midtown Homestead could also feature a grocery store and three freestanding restaurants.
In total, the venture requires more than 345,000 square feet of new construction. Estate Investment Group and Midtown Group are the developers. MODIS Architects/Miami is the architect. Renderings show a mid-rise garden-style community.
Sources note that construction could start in summer 2023. If so, completion’s slated for late 2024. Soleste Midtown Homestead could be at the “southeast corner of Southwest 312th Street/Campell Drive and Northeast 30th Avenue” in Homestead, Florida, 33033, in Miami-Dade County.