Codina Partners Unveils Vision for Final Phase of It’s 250-Acre Mixed Use Development, Downtown Doral

Codina Partners Unveils Vision for Final Phase of It’s 250-Acre Mixed Use Development, Downtown Doral

Today, Codina Partners is unveiling plans for the latest redevelopment plans of Downtown Doral, its 250-acre mixed use community that transformed a former office park into a thriving destination and ideal place to live, work, learn and play in South Florida. Founded in 2005, Downtown Doral now has more than 10,000 residents, 40-plus restaurants and retailers, a cultural arts center, two A-rated dual-language charter schools, a government center, and much more.

Building on the success of Downtown Doral’s shops and restaurants – which experienced a 14 percent YOY growth in visits – this new phase will introduce nearly 25,000 square feet of retail offerings along 87th avenue and 929 parking spaces in the garages serving the retail. The expansion will include 13 customizable units, with a rooftop deck featuring pickleball courts and other amenities. In addition, LUX Doral, Downtown Doral’s unique array of interactive art installations, will be expanding its collection, adding immersive installments throughout the retail district and larger community.

“Years ago, we embarked on a journey to create a thoughtfully developed, well-rounded urban community in Doral,” said Ana-Marie Codina Barlick, CEO of Codina Partners. “In unveiling our vision to complete Downtown Doral, we reflect on the success of the different components of the community and are fueled to further enrich the lives of our residents and visitors with additions to our unique array of restaurants, shops and interactive art installations.”

The upcoming phase will also include the redevelopment of the final remaining older generation office buildings that were part of the former Koger Center (8200, 8240, 8350 and 8300). In clearing approximately 25 acres, Codina Partners will likely use the site to introduce new residential offerings, including a potential private, gated single-family community, plus a multifamily development. The shift from office to residential is primarily driven by market demand and expands on the success of the Canarias single-family residences and Palma Towers.

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