MG Developer’s 559-Unit ‘Metro Parc’ Apartments Top Off In Hialeah

Metro Parc. Credit: Modis Architects.

MG Developer, led by CEO and Founder Alirio Torrealba, has officially completed the topping off of Metro Parc, marking MG’s first transit-oriented multifamily community in the City of Hialeah and the tallest residential building in the City of Progress. Located between 955 East 25th Street and 980 East 26th Street, this 10-story building will offer 559 units. As a mixed-use residential development, Metro Parc features two towers, designed by Modis Architects with Bliss & Nyitray, Inc. as the structural engineer, housing rental apartments with layouts of two bedrooms and two bathrooms, ranging from 500 to 800 square feet. The amenities include co-working spaces, an outdoor kitchen, a pool, a gym, ground-level retail spaces, ample parking, and a Latin-inspired food marketplace.

Metro Parc is the initial phase of MG’s landmark “Metro Center” development, which will encompass nearly 2.3 million square feet of upscale apartments and retail space between Metro Parc, Metro Parc North, and Metro Parc South, all located within a transit-oriented community at the heart of Hialeah, poised to revolutionize urban living in the city.

Topping off of Metro Parc in Hialeah. Credit: World Red Eye.

“It is truly an honor to reach this milestone and have Metro Parc top off, as it is our first transit-oriented multifamily community in the City of Hialeah. This project represents a culmination of dedication, innovation, and a shared vision for elevating urban living in the City of Progress,” said Alirio Torrealba. “We look forward to transforming Hialeah into a thriving urban neighborhood in the City as we move forward with Metro Parc North and Metro Parc South. We are dedicated to creating a modern lifestyle destination where people can live, work, and play.”

“This is MG’s first multifamily project in South Florida consisting of 560 units, so this is a pivotal point in our history and for the City of Hialeah as we continue to forge forward in building Metro Center, which includes Metro Parc North and Metro Parc South,” said Diego Torrealba, Executive Vice President of MG Developer. “With more than 1500 units in our pipeline, this project is vital for Hialeah, ensuring the sustained growth and prosperity of young working professionals who seek a vibrant, contemporary community to thrive in.”

Metro Parc. Credit: Modis Architects.

Strategically located two blocks from the Metrorail and Tri-Rail Transfer Station, Metro Parc introduces a chic urban lifestyle to the transit-oriented community. It’s within walking distance of Hialeah Medical Services and close to the emerging Arts District and Amelia Earhart Park, promising a rich cultural and entertainment scene with galleries, breweries, restaurants, and shops.

Upon completion, Metro Center will emerge as Hialeah’s quintessential modern lifestyle center. It will feature over 35,000 square feet of commercial space ideal for restaurants, cafes, boutique shops, and health and fitness outlets, all within the vibrant heart of Hialeah. The complex, which includes the proximity to Hialeah Hospital, Factory Town, and Miami International Airport, is expected to be fully completed by 2027.

Metro Parc. Credit: Modis Architects.

The acquisition of Metro Parc in 2021 by MG Developer and Baron Property Group signaled the launch of MG’s multifamily rental division, underscoring the commitment to meeting the high demand for quality housing in Hialeah while enhancing residents’ commuting options. MG Developer, headquartered in Coral Gables, Florida, and led by Alirio Torrealba, provides comprehensive real estate services ranging from concept creation to site selection and project advancement. MG is one of Florida’s leading developers, with 11 developments completed and nearly $1.5 billion in planning across South Florida.

MG recently announced the acquisition of land in Coral Gables for The George, which will feature 13 ultra-luxury townhomes named after Coral Gables’ founder, George Merrick. Expected to break

The construction team for Metro Parc includes Kast Construction as the general contractor, Formcrete as the shell contractor, paint contractor Vico Painting Contractors, plumbing contractor AKO Plumbing Corp, and Morrow Equipment.

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1 Comment on "MG Developer’s 559-Unit ‘Metro Parc’ Apartments Top Off In Hialeah"

  1. Tammie Bostic | April 15, 2024 at 2:13 pm | Reply

    What is the price for a 1/1 ??

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