Richman Group breaks ground on $47M Kendall apartments

Miami /
Jul.July 28, 2015 01:30 PM

The Richman Group of Florida broke ground on Azura, a $47 million luxury apartment community in Kendall, the company announced on Tuesday. 

The 240-unit complex, at 12755 Southwest 136th Street, includes eight three-story buildings, courtyards, a resort pool and a two-story 6,683-square-foot clubhouse. It’s slated for completion next summer, according to a press release.

“Azura’s desirable suburban in-fill location within Miami-Dade County is an excellent area to offer new luxury garden apartments,” Todd Fabbri, executive vice president at the Richman Group of Florida, said in a statement.

Units will range from one to three bedrooms and from 667 square feet to 1,295 square feet. Amenities of the Mediterranean-style complex include a sports bar, lounge, coffee bar, media room, gym, yoga and spin studio and outdoor terraces.

Also in Kendall is Altis at Kendall Square, a 321-unit luxury rental community at 16950 Southwest 93rd Street. Altman Companies launched leasing for the development in June. — Katherine Kallergis


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