Mosaic, a 98-Unit Complex, Undergoes Construction at 13800 Northwest 22nd Avenue, 33054, Opa-Locka, Florida

Redwood National Properties has officially broken ground on a new residential venture in Opa-Locka, Florida. Dubbed “Mosaic,” the 98-unit development will measure five stories and rest on a 2.1-acre build site.

Per the South Florida Business Journal, the workforce community offers homes that mostly comprise three- to four-bedroom units, with rent starting at $3,000 a month.

The 98-unit development will offer 10 live/work units.

David Burstyn, the head of Redwood National Properties, told media outlets that there’s a big demand for larger apartments in Miami-Dade County right now, hence the reason for the spacious units.

Information from the City of Opa-Locka reports that of the available 98 units, 10 will be set aside as live-work units. There will also be 196 parking spots, which is approximately two spots per unit.

An aerial view of the build site prior to construction.

Homes come with granite countertops and new appliances, while the community’s biggest amenity is a children’s playground. Coastland Construction is the general contractor.

It hopes to finish construction in 18 months, meaning homes could be available in mid-2024. Renderings from Google Earth suggest that prior to construction, the build site was mostly unoccupied. Sources report that Mosaic could cost $35 million to build. Mosaic’s address is 13800 Northwest 22nd Avenue, 33054, Opa-Locka, Florida, in Miami-Dade County. The development is west of I-95.



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12 Comments on "Mosaic, a 98-Unit Complex, Undergoes Construction at 13800 Northwest 22nd Avenue, 33054, Opa-Locka, Florida"

  1. Toshima bullard | August 29, 2023 at 1:53 pm | Reply

    I’m interested in a 3 bed room what’s the monthly rent
    How can I apply

  2. I’m writing Regard on how to apply for the apartment.

  3. I’m seeking a 3 bedroom. How do i apply?

  4. Will this be for low income families ? $3000 for rent in a poor neighborhoods raise red flags.

  5. Sussanah Samuel | October 5, 2023 at 12:20 am | Reply

    How do I apply

  6. Will this be a low income families and when can I apply. Looking for a two or three bdrm

  7. I’m seeking a 3 bedroom. How can i apply?

  8. I will like to apply…how can i?

  9. I’m interested in the apartment: I’m 67 years old.

  10. How can I apply for employment?

  11. How do I apply?

  12. Do you have one bedrooms i am a senior citizen thank you

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