CapStack Partners has proposed a 12-story apartment building near the future Brightline passenger rail station in Aventura.
The developer, with offices in New York and Boca Raton, filed a pre-application with Miami-Dade County officials for the 0.39-acre site at 19218 W. Dixie Highway in the Ojus neighborhood just west of Aventura. It was acquired for $3 million in late 2020 by CSP 19218 LLC, managed by CapStack CEO David Blatt.
The site currently has an auto repair shop, which would be demolished to make way for the apartments.
The site plan shows 67 apartments, 2,800 squre feet of retail and 70 parking spaces. There would be an amenity deck on the roof with a pool, a covered terrace with a fire pit, and 2,940 square feet for the fitness center and lounge.
Units would range from 729 to 1,178 square feet. There would be 39 one-bedroom units and 28 two-bedroom units.
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