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Town Center Planned On 35-acre Site Near Hard Rock Stadium

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A group of developers filed plans for a mixed-use project near Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens with a goal of creating a town center for the city and destination for fans after events.

Miami Gardens Town Center, LLC, a partnership between Aventura Developers Faith Group, Immocorp Capital and Azur Equities, filed a municipal pre-application with Miami-Dade County for the 35-acre site at 19199 NW 27th Avenue. They were seeking feedback from the County staff before moving forward with the city.

The developers acquired the vacant property for $25 million in 2021. It was previously owned by the city and a portion will house a new city fire station.

The preliminary site plan filed with the county shows 720 apartments, 270 hotel rooms, 234,000 square-feet of retail, restaurant, and entertainment space and two-800 space parking garages. Ditman Architecture in Deerfield Beach crafted the site plan. The Immocorp CEO said the site plan has not been set in stone, but they’re working on the final design. They will team with New York based Kushner Cos. For the residential portion of Miami Gardens Town Center, which would have 250 units in the first phase and 350 to 400 units in the second phase. The towers will rise to 15 stories. Kushner Cos. has taken an active role in developing in South Florida in recent years, and they anticipate building 220-to-250 hotel rooms, although they must select the hotel brand. They expect this will be the hotel of choice for NFL teams visiting to play the Miami Dolphins, because it’s so close to the stadium, with the Miami Open Tennis Tournament, Formula One Racing, the World Cup and College Bowl Games, also taking place in the Hard Rock Stadium, there will be plenty of traffic from tourist and fans.

Miami Gardens residents go to the Aventura Mall or shops in Miami Lakes and Pembroke Pines. Miami Gardens City Center will be a destination for them and for everyone!