Developer Could Demolish Harry Cain Building

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Downtown Miami’s 154-unit Harry Cain building could be demolished, according to a Miami-Dade agenda item.

Related Urban Development Group would be selected to demolish the building, if commissioners approve the item.

The developer had been awarded a ground lease for the property in 2013, and competitively selected to redevelop the County property, the memo states.

On March 6, 2024, Miami-Dade College submitted an application requesting that the County consider swapping the Harry Cain property for three Miami-Dade College properties located at 200 NE 3rd Street.

Approximately 450 units could be developed on the Miami-Dade College properties.

The proposal also calls for 80 of the 154 public housing units to be transferred from the Harry Cain property to a project planned called The Gallery at Lummus Park. The remaining 74 units would be transferred to a future project developed on the College properties or other properties within District 5.

A hearing before Miami-Dade’s Miami-Dade County Infrastructure, Operations and Innovations Committee Agenda was scheduled for today.…Read more by

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