One of the most ambitious and often-delayed real estate developments in recent Miami-Dade County history is finally open for business. Solé Mia, the massive 184-acre mini-city headquartered at 15055 Biscayne Blvd., begins leasing its first two apartment buildings on Jan. 14. The twin 17-story towers, known as The Shoreline, will offer 397 rental units, ranging from studios to three bedrooms and priced from $1,700 to $3,700. Move-ins are scheduled to begin in February.
Solé Mia, the gigantic 184-section of land smaller than expected city headquartered at 15055 Biscayne Blvd., starts renting its initial two high rises on Jan. 14. The twin 17-story towers, known as The Shoreline, will offer 397 rental units, running from studios to three rooms and valued from $1,700 to $3,700. Move-ins are planned to start in February. Boss among the luxuries for the new inhabitants: The primary man-made tidal pond in South Florida, an eye-popping pool of Caribbean-blue water that traverses seven sections of land, including sandy sea shore zones and its own little island.
The high rises, which were planned by Miami-based Arquitectonica and Robert M. Swedroe Architects, sport a white-and-blue shading plan and bended edges. They neglect the north finish of the tidal pond and the mangrove trees of the Oleta River State Park that encompass the whole improvement.