The Miami commission approved a Special Area Plan for the site, including:
444 residential units
1.6 million square feet of commercial space
130,000 square feet of open space
2,418 parking spaces
A leasing brochure for the property shows tenants:
Ross Dress For Less
Jos. A Bank
White House Black Market
Dick’s Sporting Goods
The project is designed by architect ADD Inc., with David Bromstad consulting.
Demolition of the Mahi Shrine Auditorium, the former home of the fez-wearing Shriners along the Miami River, looks like it’s almost complete, according to photos taken by exMiami. The big boxy warehouse-looking building will be replaced by a WAY bigger and boxier looking megaproject called River Landing, complete with 444 residential units and 1.6 million square feet of retail. We’re talking big box scale retail. BJ’s and LA Fitness have already signed up. Last we heard, designer/TV stud David Bromstad was going to add his design touch to the place, so that should help.