Developer Proposes 109-Unit Complex for 23815 S. Dixie Highway, Homestead, Florida

A Coral Gables-based developer hopes to get approval for Beacon Flats, a residential complex in Miami-Dade County. The complex, which would comprise 103,176 square feet of new construction, would offer 109 apartments divided between two three-story buildings.

Our sources indicate that most of the apartments would be workforce housing units, with homes ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom units. Communal amenities would include 165 parking spots, along with a children’s playground and dog park.

The venture would occupy this vacant build site.

Beacon Flats would rest on a 2.97-acre build site. Google Earth shows that the build site is currently vacant. Beacon Hill Property Group is the developer. It has the property under contract from Homestead Land FL LLC, a Virginia Beach-based organization that purchased the parcel for close to $2 million in 2022.

Attorney Mario Garcia-Serra is representing the application. CTD Architecture of Miami is the architect, and conceptual renderings show a garden-style housing complex where many of the upper-floor homes come with balconies.

Beacon Flats hopes to get approval under the county’s workforce housing program. It’s unclear whether this is the Live Local Act, which has allowed many developers to propose workforce housing developments in the Sunshine State.

Beacon Flats could soon take shape at 23815 S. Dixie Highway, Homestead, Florida, 33032, in Miami-Dade County.

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1 Comment on "Developer Proposes 109-Unit Complex for 23815 S. Dixie Highway, Homestead, Florida"

  1. Cecelia Magrath | November 24, 2023 at 9:07 am | Reply

    ENOUGH!!!! No more dense development in South Dade!!! The infrastructure has not been put in place. The traffic is horrendous! No matter how fancy you are trying to make the busway appear people are not using the busway transportation. ENOUGH!

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