Allure North Miami Tower Just Announced by Tate Capital
Plans for a mixed-use project in North Miami known as Allure North Miami has just been revealed. Tate Capital has brought forth plans for a conditional use permit to the city's Planning Commission. The meeting was scheduled for November 2, 2021 and the current status of the conditional use permit has been released.
The site located at 1810 N.E. 146th Street features 2.11 acres. In an agreement with the city of North Miami, Tate Capital agreed to lease the property for 99 years at $100,000 annually. The developer has also requested a grant from the North Miami Community Redevelopment Agency for $15.2 million for infrastructure of Allure.
Jimmy Tate, a Tate Capital representative stated that they wanted something "unique and transformative" to showcase to residents that North Miami is the next city for urban development. Tate Capital wants to brand North Miami as a "new district" staring with Allure North Miami
Designed by Kobi Karp Architects, Allure will rise 20-stories and feature 360 apartments and 603 space parking garage. Around 8,429 square feet will be dedicated too retail with 36 apartments strictly for workforce housing.
Units will range from 608 to 1,411 square feet with studio to three bedroom floor plans. There will be around 30 studio apartments, 187-1 bedroom apartments, 132-2 bedroom apartments, and 11-3 bedroom apartments.
- Pool deck
- Fitness center
- Summer kitchen
- Club room
- Picnic areas
- Package lockers
- Elevated pedestrian bridge between tower and garage
If the project receives approval, the anticipated groundbreaking would take place in Spring of 2023 with a completion date of Winter 2024.