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Miami-Dade welcomes new mixed-use apartment complex in South Miami


South Miami, Florida – Miami-Dade County is set to celebrate the grand opening of SoMi Parc, a new transit-oriented, mixed-use apartment complex, on Tuesday, April 30, at 10 a.m. Commissioner Raquel Regalado will join Related Urban Development for the grand opening ceremony.

Innovative Housing Development

Located at 5961 SW 68 Street, South Miami, FL 33143, SoMi Parc is designed to meet the needs of modern urban living with a focus on sustainability and accessibility. The complex boasts 172 units that include a mix of studios, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments.

This new development offers eighty new workforce units specifically for individuals earning 60% to 80% of the area median income (AMI), with the aim of enhancing the living standards for workforce members.

SoMi Parc features a plethora of amenities, such as garage-covered parking, a bike storage room, and electric parking stations. There is also a fully wired business center equipped with a conference room and individual workspaces. Health and wellness enthusiasts will appreciate the state-of-the-art fitness center and large green spaces that include a passive green Zen deck. Pet owners will find the dog park a welcome addition.

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Art and culture receive special attention at SoMi Parc, with museum-quality artwork embellishing the common areas and a public art installation to inspire residents and visitors alike.

Enhanced Community Facilities and Accessibility

Adjacent to the property is Marshall Williamson Park, offering new playgrounds, tennis courts, and picnic areas for family-friendly recreation. Adding to the community-oriented approach is the upcoming Somerset Pre-Kindergarten school, scheduled to open for the 2024/2025 school year.

The location of SoMi Parc is strategically chosen for its proximity to the South Miami Metrorail Station, making it ideal for residents who commute. The area is also well-served by nearby supermarkets, restaurants, and entertainment options, ensuring that everything residents may need is just a short walk away.

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Financial Support and More Information

This project was supported financially by Miami-Dade County, which contributed $2 million of Surtax funding and almost $1.096 million of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding.

For those interested in learning more about SoMi Parc, please contact the complex at 786-530-9153 or visit their website at www.somiparc.com.

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