Developer Files Pre-Application for 856-Unit Complex at the Earlington Heights Metrorail Station

A developer has filed a pre-application for a workforce housing complex at the Earlington Heights Metrorail Station in Miami-Dade County. The unnamed project would require close to 945,000 square feet of new construction, comprising two 15-story buildings, connected by an amenity deck.

Together, they would feature 856 residences, and they would measure 441 square feet to 1,174 square feet each. Floorplans range from studios to three-bedroom units. Renters earning up to 120 percent of the area median income (AMI) would be eligible for residency.

The towers would be connected by a bridge.

At the time of publication, the AMI in Miami-Dade County was $74,700. Plans call for a host of communal amenities, including a yoga lawn, pool deck, teen’s room, fitness center, and more. Yet, the two towers will offer more than homes.

The South Florida Business Journal reports that the project would entail 24,340 feet of ground floor commercial space, with an additional 5,767 square feet reserved for non-profit organizations. Earlington Metro LLC is the developer.

The venture would be located at the Earlington Heights Metrorail Station.

Our sources indicate that it has a development agreement and lease on the 2.3-acre property. Arquitectonica designed the mixed-use development. The two towers could get approval and soon take shape at 2100 N.W. 41st Street, Miami, FL, 33142, in Miami-Dade County.

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1 Comment on "Developer Files Pre-Application for 856-Unit Complex at the Earlington Heights Metrorail Station"

  1. GABRIELA QUERAL | April 10, 2024 at 11:50 am | Reply


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