ZOM Living Completes MiLine Miami Phase I

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Development of an adjacent park was a catalyst for the creation of this mixed-use neighborhood.

MiLine Miami. Image courtesy of ZOM Living
MiLine Miami. Image courtesy of ZOM Living

Multifamily housing developer ZOM Living, along with partners Mattoni Group and AEW Capital Management LP, have completed MiLine Miami’s first phase.

This initial portion of the mixed-use development in West Miami-Dade County features 338 midrise apartments, along with 4,600 square feet of retail space that incorporates a brewery, a beer garden and a pair of restaurants. Also included in Phase I is delivery of the first segment of the 6-mile Ludlam Trail linear park. Residents will benefit from direct access to this outdoor recreational amenity offering walking, biking and hiking.

Designed to include a total of three phases, MiLine Miami will eventually spread across an 11.4-acre site and feature 975 apartments and 23,000 square feet of retail space.

The six-story luxury apartment community offers studios, one- two- and three-bedroom apartments, ranging from 580 to 1,700 square feet in size. The lifestyle-driven amenity package at MiLine Miami includes a pool deck with cabanas and grilling areas.

Easy access

The location of MiLine Miami in the predominantly residential Glevnar Heights enclave 10 miles southwest of downtown Miami, is next to the expansive Tropical Park. Residents will enjoy convenient access to Miami attractions that include Dadeland Mall, the Shops at Sunset Place, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and the University of Miami, all located within a short drive of MiLine Miami. A number of primary thoroughfares, among them the Palmetto Expressway, U.S. 1 and Bird Road, link Glevnar Heights to the remainder of Miami-Dade County and points beyond. A broad array of plazas with diverse retail and restaurant options fill the northern portion of Glevnar Heights.

Earlier this year, ZOM Living sold Hazel SouthPark in Charlotte for $131 million. ###

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