River Landing a project designed to be located at Miami Riverwalk will include 426,000-square-feet of retail, 475 apartments and more than 2,200 parking spaces.
“It’s a place that people don’t have to see as up and coming. It exists,” said Andy Hellinger, developer of the River Landing project.
Edge, Sushi Samba, River Oyster Bar and Fox Hole Marketplace and Deli — are just some of the planned new eateries banking on the Miami River. New restaurants, retail and increased public access along the Miami River were among the highlights. River Landing’s retail component will include a five-story vertical shopping center, with a different theme for each floor. Among them: restaurants and supermarkets, sporting goods and entertainment. Two acres of the project are dedicated to parks and pathways.
The Miami-Dade County Commission gave 65,340 square feet of waterfront land that can be turned into a 50-foot-wide linear park along the Riverwalk. Located at 1280 Northwest 11th Street.
The most recent plans to develop this area is a fish market. Will be called the Riverside Wharf and is located at the end of the collection of structures. “In which local commercial fishermen would have a venue in which to sell their local seafood catch” according to the developer, which could come straight from boats docked along the river. The project is planned to accommodate up to 20 vessels of any size.
Notes from The Real Deal.