The Real Deal Miami

Condos may go up next to new stadium

April 08, 2009 03:26PM

A 96-unit residential condominium could go up next to the recently approved Marlins stadium, according to the city’s major use special permit application for the site. The development would hide the stadium parking garages from the neighboring residential neighborhood, said Rolando Llanes, president of Civica, the architecture firm that worked on the permit application. The garages would be built behind the condominium and include 106 spaces for residents as well as stadium parking. The 86,278-square-foot residential building would go up at the end of the stadium construction process.