Mixed-Use Project with 51 Rental Units and 23,500 SF of Retail Slated for Delivery Q2 2022
MIAMI (June 9, 2021)—Miami Springs Town Center, a 120,225 square-foot mixed-use project with 51 rental units and 23,500 square feet of retail at 1 Curtiss Parkway in Miami Springs, has broken ground. The development team, a partnership between CIP Miami Springs led by Genaro Garcia, Fernando Espino and Carlos Alonso, and LV Lending, led by Camilo Niño, Ricardo Uribe and Juan Martinez, held a groundbreaking ceremony with city officials on June 2nd. The project is slated for delivery in Q2 2022.
“We are thrilled to all be together to celebrate the construction launch for this beautiful project,” stated Carlos Alonso, partner, CIP Miami Springs. “Throughout COVID, our team was committed to moving this project forward, and today’s milestone is a sign of our strength and credibility as a team as well as for the rental and retail markets. We greatly appreciate the support from City of Miami Springs and our industry peers who remained confident in us during this unprecedented year.”
On hand for the celebration were Mayor Maria Puente Mitchell, Councilman Bob Best, Councilman Victor Vazquez and City Manager William Alonso.
When complete, the project will feature a 50,725 square-foot, three-story rental building with 51 units, 23,500 square feet of retail on the ground floor, and a parking garage with 124 spaces. Additional on-street parking will be available.
Situated on 1.1 acres, Miami Springs Town Center will house two and three-bedroom units spanning 975 to 1,075 square feet. Rents will start from the $1,850’s.
Cabrera Ramos Architects designed the Adobe-style building with a modern design. Benito Carmona at US Century Bank arranged the financing. Crossman & CO. is the retail leasing broker for the project.
Miami Springs Town Center is located just off U.S. 27 at 1 Curtiss Parkway and 1 South Royal Poinciana Boulevard.