Live, work and play – without a car – is moving closer to reality in downtown Miami.
Brightline’s parent company, Florida East Coast Industries, recently received the green light from the Miami-Dade County Commission to proceed with plans for 2,000 residential units in a pair of towers next to Brightline’s downtown Miami train station.
The Supertowers will rise next to another transit hub in Miami-Dade County’s Government Center on a vacant lot at the corner of Northwest First Avenue and Northwest Third Street.
The developer hasn’t indicated whether the units will be sold as rentals or condominiums, according to the Miami Herald.
– Anne Geggis, Florida Politics