Modera Bird

  • New Luxury Apartments Come to Bird Road in Coral Gables

    Mill Creek will develop 262 Class A luxury apartment units in Miami. The complex, standing in with Mill’s Modera brand name and indicating its location on Bird Road – an important traffic corridor of the area – is to be called Modera Bird. Central location of the luxury homes in the Coral Gables/Merrick Park submarket will offer easy access to three major Class A office hubs, hospitals, universities, cultural centers, banking, dining, shopping, etc. Douglas Station Metrorail stop is also nearby as well as Miami-Dade County Transit System's Metrobus and the Coral Gables free trolley system’s lines.

    Miami 18 November 2013 20:41
  • Mill Creek Residential to Develop Luxury Apartments in Miami

    National real estate developer Mill Creek Residential has announced plans to develop a 262-unit luxury apartment community in Miami to be called Modera Bird.

    South 11 November 2013 16:17

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