The Park-Line Miami apartment towers have been completed at the Brightline passenger rail station in downtown Miami.
Brightline, which will be rebranded as Virgin Trains USA, completed the 816-unit project at 100 N.W. Sixth St. It has two 30-story towers atop the rail platform at Virgin MiamiCentral, which also has a food court and offices. That gives residents a direct connection to the train that stops in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, with future stations in Orlando, Aventura and Boca Raton.
Units range from 630-square-feet studio apartments to 1,336 square feet with two bedrooms and a den. There are also a few penthouses. The studios start at $1,900 a month. The smallest two-bedroom unit goes for $3,345.
“Park-Line Miami is set to offer the region luxury living like nothing Miami has ever seen before,” said Najam Syed, head of asset management at Brightline. “In addition to its centralized location in Miami’s most dynamic market, the accessibility to regional transportation and the vast amenities that Virgin MiamiCentral offers are incomparable in today’s residential market.”
Amenities at Park-Line Miami include a 2-acre pool deck with cabanas, outdoor movie screen, a 3,500-square-foot fitness center, yoga lawn, quarter-mile running track, dog park, pet spa, grilling stations, a coworking center, clubroom, package lockers and bike storage. The building has Wi-Fi throughout, and residents are given a Rise Living mobile app to utilize the smart technology in their units and the building. It also has a 24-hour concierge and valet parking.
Park-Line Miami was designed by Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, with interior design by One Line Design. The general contractor was Suffolk Construction. Bozzuto is the building manager.
“Every detail has been thoughtfully considered to ensure the creation of sanctuary for those who will proudly call this community home,” Bozzuto President Stephanie Williams said.
Brightline also has a Park-Line apartment building in West Palm Beach.