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Moving trucks may be parked near Virgin MiamiCentral soon.
Park-line Miami at 100 NW Sixth St., the two 30-story apartment buildings for rent above the train station, opened its leasing office in mid-January. Najam Syed, head of asset management at Brightline, soon-to-be Virgin Trains USA, said his team is hopeful that it will soon be leasing the 816 luxury units after receiving more than 1,000 inquiries and referrals. He expects residents to move in as early as February.
The North and South towers, which are close to AmericanAirlines Arena, offer a variety of layouts. The smallest unit, a 630-square-foot studio and bathroom, will lease at $1,900 per month. The largest unit, a 2,865-square-foot three-bedroom, three-bath apartment, will start at $4,200 per month. Pricing is based on the market average in Edgewater and the medical district, Syed said.
“With new supply coming on board [in the area], we expect rent to be stable for the next two to three years,” Syed said. “We expect rent growth afterwards.”
Amenities include a quarter-mile outdoor running deck, dog park, gym, outdoor movie screen and two pools. Bozzuto Group will manage the property.
Other luxury residential projects are planned for the area. Miami Worldcenter, an eight-minute walk from Park-line Miami, includes Paramount Worldcenter and Legacy Hotel & Residences on its 27-acre development.