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Codina launches sales for 5350 Park, Downtown Doral’s third condo

First tower is sold out, while second is at 90 percent

July 05, 2016 12:00PM

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Rendering of 5350 Park (Inset: Codina Partners Chairman Armando Codina and CEO Ana Codina Barlick

Rendering of 5350 Park (Inset: Codina Partners Chairman Armando Codina and CEO Ana Codina Barlick) (Rendering credit: ArX Solutions)

Pre-construction sales have begun for 5350 Park, the third of eight condo towers Codina Partners is developing as part of its massive Downtown Doral mixed-use project.

Tower pool deck

Tower pool deck (Credit: ArX Solutions)

Codina Partners announced the launch Tuesday for its latest 19-story condo tower, which will have 251 units with prices starting in the $200,000s.

Units at the project range in size from 465 interior square feet for a studio up to 1,481 square feet for a three-bedroom residence.

Amenities at the building include a resort-style pool with cabanas, fitness center overlooking the Downtown Doral Park, dedicated massage parlor, event rooms and a play area for children.

Lobby rendering

Lobby rendering (Credit: ArX Solutions)

The common areas and their furnishings were curated by GioCasa, an Italian retailer, while the building itself was designed by architecture firm Cohen, Freedman, Encinosa & Associates — known for its work on Related Group’s Apogee Beach in Hollywood, as well as the Loft 1 & 2 condo buildings in downtown Miami.

Sales have been strong so far for Downtown Doral’s condo projects: 5252 Paseo, the first building with 203 units to open earlier this year, is sold out. The second, 5300 Paseo with 219 units, is 90 percent sold and is slated to open this fall, the developer said.

As a whole, the $1 billion Downtown Doral project is a planned 120-acre redevelopment of the former Koger Office Park near the Palmetto Expressway. When completed, it will boast a roster of 70 restaurants and retailers including Publix, 2,840 residences comprised of condos and townhomes, and nearly 1 million square feet of office space. — Sean Stewart-Muniz