Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has given the green light to a 38-story mixed-used venture. 2900 Terrace will comprise 324 luxury housing units, ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom layout plans.
Per Multi-Housing News, homes will average around 1,069 square feet. The Next Miami describes the homes as “oversized units with spacious primary bedrooms, large walk-in closet, airy great rooms [with] a study/den.”
The indoor communal amenities will span two floors, offering a fitness center, co-working spaces, a content creator studio, and a pet spa. 2900 Terrace will also include a swimming pool and electric vehicle charging stations.
The residential aspect and amenities are only one part of the larger 2900 Terrace puzzle. The high-rise will also feature just over 13,000 square feet of retail space and 22,350 square feet of office space.
Arquitectonica is the architect. LNDMARK Development and Oak Row Equities are the two developers. The latter company is co-developing Wynwood Plaza, another mixed-use high-rise venture planned for a 2025 completion.
If plans for 2900 Terrace proceed without interruption, people could move in by 2026. The tower could soon take shape on a 1.5-acre plot located at 401 NE 29th Terrace, Miami, Florida, 33137, in Miami-Dade County. It would be south of Interstate 195.