In August 2023, Coastal Residential purchased a 7.8-acre build site for $38 million from Procacci 1400 LLC––about $4.82 million an acre. Google Earth shows that the parcel is currently vacant.
Now, the Miami-based developer has plans for multi-family housing development that some sources have called “Dolphin Square.” Measuring 10 stories above grade, the venture will offer 690 apartments. Leo A Daly is the architect, per the South Florida Business Journal.
Conceptual renderings show a mid-rise housing development with balconies and what appears to be a mostly glass exterior. Developers are not seeking rezoning changes or other approvals from the Live Local Act.
This isn’t Coastal Residential’s only project to unfold in South Florida. Per the Real Deal, the firm was behind Vista Lago, a 288-unit complex that opened in 2021. It also constructed Hidden Lake, a five-story 133-unit apartment development in unincorporated Kendall.
Dolphin Square is one of many multi-family housing developments taking shape in northwest Miami-Dade County. It will be located at 1556 NW 110th Avenue, Miami, Florida, 33172. It’ll be directly adjacent to Dolphin Mall––hence the community’s namesake. The goal is to provide housing in one of Florida’s most coveted neighborhoods.