Atlantic Pacific Companies is working on the next part of its multi-phase Quail Roost Transit Village project in southern Miami-Dade County.
The Gulf Harbor Islands-based development company is proposing a 10-story building with 124 apartments at 10235 Southwest 186th Street as the second phase of its Transit Village project, according to an Atlantic Pacific filing Monday with the county. The area is located in the unincorporated Miami-Dade neighborhood of Perrine.
The second phase, designed by Corwil Architects, will include 1,200 square feet of retail space, just over half an acre of open space, 64 affordable housing units and 60 workforce housing units, according to the application and an Atlantic Pacific email. Affordable apartments will be available to households earning up to 60% of the area median income, while workforce units will be available to households earning up to 80% of AMI.
The AMI for Miami-Dade is $68,300 per year.
The Quail Roost Transit Village project has been in the works for at least five years. The project is planned to total approximately 9 acres on the southwest corner of SW 184th Street and the busway.
In 2018, county commissioners voted in favor of granting Atlantic Pacific affiliates control of the Miami-Dade-owned property.Two years later, the development company signed a deal with the county 90-year main grounds lease for the website.
The entire Quail Roost project is expected to include more than 500 units. According to Atlantic Pacific’s most recent filing with the county, Phase 1 is immediately north of Phase 2’s plans and features a 200-unit, 12-story building and a 409-space six-story garage.
The company is seeking a pre-application meeting with Miami-Dade officials, an initial step in a developer’s assessment of the county’s commitment to a project before submitting a formal application.
Also in Perrine Atlantic Pacific want to build a 270 units The affordable housing complex at 10060 Changqing West Street includes a six-story building and a seven-story building. The company submitted an application for the development, called Perrine Village, last month.
Atlantic Pacific also partnered with Florida Value Partners on two apartment buildings 500 units At 9200 and 9180 South Dixie Highway, near Dadeland Mall.
The company is led by Howard Cohen.
its plans include affordable and labor force The housing at its Perrine project comes at a time when South Florida is reeling from soaring rents.The influx of out-of-state residents has driven up apartment demand and rents over the past two years unprecedented level. Although the rate hike significantly slowed down Rents are not expected to return to pre-pandemic levels since the middle of last year.
Other developers are also betting on building below-market condos in South Miami-Dade.This month, Legacy Residential Group, CD Group and Fenix Contractors proposed a 630 units A garden-style community located at the southeast corner of SW 252nd Street and SW 145th Avenue in the Princeton community. The project will consist, in whole or in part, of workforce housing.