New Plans Filed for ‘the Residences at Palm Court,’ Located at 950 N.W. 95th Street, Miami, FL

Image from the SFBJ

The Related Group has new plans regarding two residential complexes in Miami-Dade’s West Little River Neighborhood. The original proposal, filed in 2023, involved demolishing Palm Court, an 88-unit complex, and renovating Palm Tower, a 103-unit development.

Now, according to the South Florida Business Journal, a new zoning application calls for the buildings’ demolition and replacing them with a 12-story tower with 316 affordable apartments. It would be called “the Residences at Palm Court.” The homes would include one-bedroom units spanning 576 square feet and two-bedroom units spanning 928 square feet.

Amenities would include a fitness center, dog park, and gameroom. Image from the SFBJ

Communal amenities would include a dog park, community garden, fitness center, and game room. Developers are seeking approval under the Live Local Act, which would allow them to boost the property’s allowable housing density from 309 to 316 homes.

Aside from the residential aspect, plans call for 5,000 square feet of clinics that would be part of the Jessie Trice Community Health System. Albert Milo Jr., Related Urban’s president, told sources that he anticipates the project to have finished construction by June 2026.

Modis Architects is the mixed-use venture’s architect. The Miami-based firm also designed The Wyn Mood C and The Pilot House Suites, two projects Florida YIMBY reported on this past June.

The 12-story, 316-unit complex concerns the site of 860, 930 and 950 N.W. 95th Street, Miami, FL, 33150, in Miami-Dade County.

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