After reaching a settlement agreement with city officials, the Apollo Cos. is moving forward with Oasis at Doral. The mixed-use project will rest on an 18-acre site. Per the South Florida Business Journal, the multi-building project would offer 630 multi-family units, with 40 percent (252 homes) set aside as workforce housing.
In addition to the residences, Oasis at Doral will also feature 185,000 square feet of retail, along with 110,000 square feet of office space, commercial enterprises, and maybe even a gym. The venture may also have rooftop amenities.
When developers first proposed Oasis at Doral, they initially wanted the project’s buildings to measure 10 and 12 stories. Now, the project will offer three buildings measuring no more than eight stories. The Miami Herald notes that they’re much shorter than the 14-story buildings allowed under the recently passed Live Local Act.
There are currently two four-story office buildings on the site, comprising just over 265,000 square feet of new construction. They are not slated for demolition. However, the bank/medical office would be demolished.
Oasis at Doral could cost $650 million to complete. Arquitectonica is the architect. The project could soon take shape at 4090 N.W. 97th Ave., Doral, FL, 33178, in Miami-Dade County.