Highland Park Miami. A billion-dollar proposal slated for Miami-Dade County. Our sources indicate that if approved, the venture could offer 1,000 residential units, 150 hotel rooms, and half a million square feet of medical office space.
Per the South Florida Business Journal, Highland Park Miami would be a multi-building venture, with the tallest tower measuring 22 stories above grade. The massive mixed-use project has three architects.
The first is Miami-based Arquitectonica, which is focusing on the master plan. Oppenheim Architecture works on the residential component, and Naturalficial is the landscape architect. Black Salmon (one of the developers alongside Allen Morris Co.) has been buying parcels in the Miami Health District since 2016.
It owns seven acres located just 400 feet away from the Culmer Metrorail Station. So, there’s a possibility that developers could get approval under the city’s transit development rules.
Renderings from Google Earth suggest that most of the seven acres are undeveloped. Highland Park Miami has many goals, including offering housing options and expanding medical care services to the region.
The multi-phase project could take shape at 800 W 14th St, Hialeah, FL 33010, in Miami-Dade County. The project could break ground next year or in 2025.