DAR working diligently on Residences at SoMi Parc
Related Urban has presented a subcontract to DAR Finish Specialties, Inc., to provide and install doors, frames, door hardware, and millwork.
A $158 million mixed-use affordable housing development in South Miami will produce 458 housing units after both construction phases are completed, replacing the South Miami Gardens public housing.
Miami-Dade County, in partnership with Related Urban Development Group, Related Group’s public-private development arm, which has built over 22 public, affordable and workforce projects with the county, started construction of Residences at SoMi Parc, east of Marshal Williamson Park.
The first phase will yield 172 studio to four-bedroom apartments. Of those units, 58 will replace existing public housing under the county’s Housing and Urban Development’s Rental Assistance Demonstration program, serving persons with 30%, 40%, 60% and 80% of area median income. Thirty-four units are to be at market rate.
The development will consist of two 30-unit, three-story garden-style buildings, and one seven-story mixed-use building with 112 residences, 7,060 square feet of commercial space, parking and amenities, designed by Civica Architecture.
The commercial space will include local non-profit organization Branches and new locations for Somerset Academy Pre-Kindergarten and Rod’s Unisex Barbershop. Amenities include a fitness center, business center, multipurpose room, large outdoor courtyard and 6,500-square-foot public plaza. - Monica Correa, Miami Today News