NuRock Proposes 11-Story Affordable Housing Development in Northern Miami-Dade

A Georgia-based developer has submitted a pre-application proposal for the Residences at Westview Landings, a residential development that would take shape east of Opa-Locka.

The affordable housing complex would offer 130 apartments in an 11-story building, reserved for residents making up to 50 percent of the area median income. That means that for a single-person household to qualify, they would have to make $36,150 a year, per city records.

Residences would span 650 to 1,050 square feet, with one-bedroom to three-bedroom units available. Communal amenities at the Residences at Westview Landings would include a residents-only clubhouse, fitness center, swimming pool, and cabanas. Plans also call for 97 parking spots.

Developer NuRock presently has the .6-acre build site under contract from 12300 Holdings LLC, which is located locally in South Florida. The site is currently undeveloped. CFM Architects designed the tower. At this time, our sources did not offer conceptual renderings.

Developers are hoping to get approval for the Residences at Westview Landings through the newly passed Live Local Act. This legislature makes it possible for developers to skip community hearings as long as a project reserves at least 40 percent of its residences for workforce housing.

The Residences at Westview Landings could get approval for “the southeast corner of Northwest 123rd St. and Northwest 27th Ave./State Road 9” in northern Miami-Dade County.

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