header_image
Your search results

The Twins at Aventura


Posted by admin on January 9, 2018
| News
| 0

Wow! West Aventura is booming!

18801 West Dixie hwy, Aventura, 33180 -188 Aventura Centre mixed use.
2535/50/60 NE 193st, Aventura, FL 33180 -The Twins at Aventura 32 units, two boutique buildings.
NE 26th Av. & NE 193rd St, Miami-Aventura Village consisting of 96 townhomes and garden villas and 12 lofts.

All of them are just a few hundred feet from each other and are going to go vertical, at least all three have been approved and are small enough to materialize, I think.
In all reality this is an unincorporated North Miami Beach, 33180 called “Ojus” but for the vicinity of the Aventura just east of Biscayne and , definite advertising preferences Aventura sounds much more attractive.

188 Aventura Centre is being developed by Scheck Group, MG3 Developer Group, BM2 Realty, and Solomon Captial Management.  The Developer Group paid $4.85 million for a street block in Ojus with plans for a retail and office project. The developers plan to build a 120,000-square-foot retail and office building.  All founding partners will be relocating their main offices to the building.

The Twins are almost directly west to the 188 Centre and will have 28 -2 bedroom and 4 -3 bedroom units and are on the west side of the West Dixie. Then south of it, across 193 St, you have Aventura Village, with a gated community consisting of 96 Townhomes and Garden Villas of 1, 2 and 3 Bedrooms with den. In addition there will be 12 Lofts and 7,200 square feet of commercial space on NE 26th Avenue. Large central garden with pool. Playground, recreation area and parking space for visitors.

GARDEN VILLAS

From 1320 SF
3 bedrooms
2 full bathrooms and 1 toilette
Private Garden

Fully finished Units
TOWNHOMES

From 1260 SF in Two Stories
2 Bedroom
Den
2 full bathrooms and a half

Fully finished Units
LOFTS

12 Lofts from 960 SF
7,200 SF of commercial area
on NE 26th Avenue

Fully finished Units

This is a pretty densly populated area with lots of Israelis and actually still has a few open spots for investment. One is a former office building project that never went veritical two blocks south on Dixie and another is the former Miron hardware building with Modano furniture loading docks and some dilapidated warehouses across the street. If this is not a boom, I don’t know what is?

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

 

 

 

Add to your page