Future Publix at 18th Street & Biscayne Boulevard

October 5, 2010 by Lucas Lechuga

Publix at 18 street and biscayne boulevard

The above rendering was released by the South Florida Business Journal today in an article entitled “Stiles plans Publix in downtown Miami”. The rendering is of a 49,000 square foot Publix that is planned for the location at Northeast 18th Street and Biscayne Boulevard.  That article mentions that the Publix will have a bakery, pharmacy, liquor store and cafe’.

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Anonymous
Papercut
5 years 11 months ago

The whole development is actually 273 000 sq ft…much bigger than average Wal-Mart. Should be huge catalyst for the whole shopping-starved area. If ever there was a commercial slam-dunk, that must be it. Anybody knows when construction starts?

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Gerardo
5 years 5 months ago

Construction started about 2 weeks ago.

Anonymous
Papercut
5 years 11 months ago

Also, question for someone familiar with the downtown condos – which building is better, 900 Biscayne or Marquis? I can’t find any comparison reviews…Much appreciated, thanks.

Anonymous
Papercut
5 years 11 months ago

In case you are wondering about 273 000 sq ft, here is a link:
http://www.miamitodaynews.com/news/100729/story5.shtml

Anonymous
Papercut
5 years 11 months ago

Lucas, thanks for the input. Will certainly take it into account. Your slide shows are fantastic, although it seems that 900 is represented by the best line – 06 – that was set up by top notch interior designer. That unit is an absoulute stunner – and almost anything would probably pale in comparison with it. Might not be totally fair, but if common areas are nicer, that’s probably a clincher for me, unless Marquis is quite a bit cheaper.

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Poor and Unemployed
5 years 11 months ago

Let’s see! In good OLD economy, folks purchased the house which was 3 times their gross annual income. So a typical buyr for $450K condo as a primary resident would be earning about $150K annually.

Now? This is a new economy. Realtors can buy a 450K condo using their 3% commis as down payment.

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