Related Group, Atlantic Pacific seek approvals for mixed-use apartment projects

The third phase of Related’s Liberty Square redevelopment includes 192 mixed-income units

Miami /
Sep.September 16, 2019 12:30 PM
Jorge Pérez with renderings of the projects

Jorge Pérez with renderings of the projects

The Related Group and Atlantic | Pacific Communities will go before a city of Miami board on Wednesday for mixed-use projects along the Miami River, Liberty City and near downtown Miami.

Related is seeking approvals from the Miami Urban Development Review Board for two projects.

Phase three of Liberty Square, 1201 Northwest 65th Street | Related Group
Related’s affordable housing arm is planning to build the third phase of the sprawling Liberty Square redevelopment, at 1201 Northwest 65th Street. The 192-unit, nearly 170,000-square-foot project consists of six new garden-style apartment buildings with 113,000 square feet of open space and 192 parking spaces.

Phase three will replace 100 units of public housing. It will include 71 affordable public housing units. The site takes up a full block.

The Gallery on the River, 401 Northwest North River Drive | Related Group
After securing approval from the Miami-Dade Housing, Social Services & Economic Development Committee, Related is now heading to the city of Miami to approve plans for The Gallery on the River, a 160-unit workforce and affordable housing apartment building at 401 Northwest North River Drive along the Miami River.

The 12-story, 384,000-square-foot project will total 360 units, a number that includes 200 existing apartments. It will be built on a vacant portion of the Jack Orr Plaza property owned by Miami-Dade County. The Gallery on the River will also include 831 square feet of commercial space

Block 45, 152 Northwest Eighth Street | Atlantic Pacific Communities
Atlantic | Pacific is leasing the roughly 2-acre site at 152 Northwest Eighth Street from Miami-Dade County to develop Block 45 into a 616-unit, 36-story apartment tower. It’s requesting that the Miami board approve a number of waivers, including a parking reduction and changes to its loading berths.

The 813,254-square-foot project will have 25,000 square feet of commercial space, 637 parking spaces and 32 bike racks. Just under 100 apartments will be micro units.


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