Attainable Housing Community Opens in Miami

The developer broke ground on the project in 2021.

Douglas Enclave

Douglas Enclave. Image courtesy of Astor Cos.

Douglas Enclave, a 199-unit attainable housing community in Miami, has opened its doors to residents. The Astor Cos. received the development’s temporary certificate of occupancy from the City, expecting a final one in the next 60 days.

Douglas Enclave comprises a mix of workforce and affordable units, as well as 3,265 square feet of retail. Astor broke ground on the project in 2021, after obtaining a $32.4 million construction loan from Ocean Bank, according to Yardi Matrix data.

The 11-story property incorporates studio, one- and two-bedroom floorplans ranging from 414 to 1,142 square feet. Residences feature in-unit washers and dryers, vinyl-wood flooring and energy-efficient appliances, along with private balconies or patios for select layouts. Common-area amenities encompass a saline swimming pool, fitness center, clubhouse and dog washing station as well as EV charging stations.

Located at 61 NW 37th Ave., the 1-acre property is off West Flagler Street and some 6 miles from downtown Miami. The community is roughly 5 miles from the University on Miami and less that 3 miles from the Miami International Airport, having numerous retail, dining and entertainment options nearby.

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