Coastline-Nakash Capital Group hopes to move forward with the Eden, a multifamily apartment complex near Miami International Airport. Under the proposal, the Eden would have 720 units, with homes ranging from 491 to 1,483 square feet in size.
Among these, 578 are meticulously designed as studio apartments, while an additional 142 units are crafted as one-bedroom apartments. The developer would reserve 12.5% of those units as workforce housing to tap the county’s workforce housing density bonus, per the South Florida Business Journal.
The Eden is envisioned as a seven-building complex, with the tallest structure soaring to eight stories. Four of these buildings will extend into Palmer Lake, enhanced by a meandering boardwalk.
The future residents of Eden Apartments will have access to a host on on-site amenities, including a fitness center, swimming pool, and simulate beach on the north side of Palmer Lake. Ari Sklar of Miami-based Sklarchitecture designed the project.
Conceptual renderings show an array of mid-rise buildings in a Miami Modern (MiMo) style. The Real Deal reports that the Eden would rest on a parcel measuring about seven acres.
It currently hosts Miami Auto & Truck Parts, which the developer has under contract. The Eden could soon take shape at 3550 N.W. South River Drive, Miami, Florida, 33142, in Miami-Dade County.