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Developers Propose Massive Miami Mixed-Use Project With 5,000 Apartments in Little River and Little Haiti

Get ready for a whole lot of change coming to Miami's Little River and Little Haiti neighborhoods! A ambitious new $3 billion mixed-use development has been proposed for 65 acres straddling these two areas by joint venture partners Swerdlow Group and AJ Capital Partners. The massive scope of development will include:

  • 3,500 workforce housing apartments

  • 1,400 affordable housing units

  • New Home Depot big box store

  • Additional retail spaces

  • A brand new Tri-Rail station

  • 700,000 square feet of parks and green space

Leading architecture firms Arquitectonica and PlusUrbia have been tapped to handle master planning duties, promising a modern urban landscape with public spaces, recreation, and housing for a range of income levels. To make this a reality, the Swerdlow Group has already secured additional land contracts in the area and a letter of intent from Home Depot.

Though the extensive new development will take close to a decade to complete, it represents one of Miami’s most ambitious investments aimed at upgrading housing as well improving quality of life. This 65 acre stretch of Little Haiti and Little River is set see transformative new transit options, commercial spaces, public parks and most importantly, thousands of affordable and workforce housing units.

So get ready for major upgrades across the board! As the heavy hitters steer this development deal through negotiations, the countdown is on for a shinier future for these two evolving Miami neighborhoods. We’ll be waiting with cocktails in hand for the grand opening party!


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