New Apartment Tower Within Link At Douglas – Cascade – Announces Completion

The transit-oriented multifamily development with ground-floor Milam’s Market receives a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy
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Cascade, now complete, is the second multifamily tower to be delivered within the seven-acre Link at Douglas master plan community. Developed as a joint venture between Miami-based real estate developers 13th Floor Investments and Adler Development, in partnership with global investment manager Barings, the property received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) from Miami-Dade County on Jan. 5.

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Situated at 3050 SW 37th Ave Miami, it is adjacent to Douglas Road Metrorail Station, the city’s main thoroughfare of US-1 and The Underline, which is transforming the land below Miami’s Metrorail into a 10‑mile linear park, urban trail, and public art destination. Move-ins began Jan. 16 and leasing is currently underway for the property’s 421 modern apartment homes.

The 37-story tower is set at the confluence of the city’s neighborhoods of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables. Catering to all pastimes and passions, it introduces an all-encompassing, community-focused lifestyle that unites amenities and retail. This includes a Milam’s Market on the ground floor, which opened on Dec. 1.

Cascade’s residences range from studios to three-bedroom floor plans, encompassing 510 to 1,323 square feet. They are complete with stone-wrapped kitchen islands, floor-to-ceiling windows, and in-unit washer and dryers. Features and finishes include tall matte lacquer soft close cabinets, full tile backsplash, modern ENERGY STAR appliances, porcelain tiled showers, front-lit vanity mirrors, and wood-look flooring. Inboard private balconies are available in select residences.

Leasing and property management is by Bozzuto.

“We are thrilled to engage the community with the opening of Cascade and unveil this new addition to the Miami skyline,” said Arnaud Karsenti, Managing Principal of 13th Floor Investments in a statement. “Our vision for this property, and the entire Link at Douglas community, was to meet the growing needs of today’s contemporary renter who is seeking modern living options linking them to the heart of their city. We have curated a lifestyle that is elevated in every sense, from refined design, thoughtful amenities and ultimate connectivity, to the building’s physical footprint as an eye-catching emergence visible along the US-1 corridor.”

Cascade’s has direct access to the Metrorail system, bus lines, and Miami and Coral Gables Trolleys which connects residents to popular communities, including Brickell, Downtown Miami and the Health District. The commute to Brickell is eight minutes via the Metrorail and from there the Metromover provides easy access to downtown.

Cascade’s glass-wrapped tower was designed by Arquitectonica. The interiors by Design Agency. The property features teak wood and textured wall designs in contrast with matte black accents. Earth tones can be found throughout, from relaxed greenery and natural wood details in the lobby lounge to a lush garden display outlining the amenity deck.

The overall Link at Douglas master plan will encompass approximately 1,600 residential units, over 32,000 square feet of retail space, and a public plaza that connects with The Underline. In 2021, the development team delivered Cascade’s sister property, CORE, a 22-story multifamily tower encompassing 312 apartment residences and 6,000 feet of ground-floor retail.

Lisa Hay

Lisa is a staff reporter for What Now Media Group. She covers new restaurant, retail, and real estate openings across all of our markets. A true foodie, this Air Force veteran has lived all over the world — from Aviano, Italy to Nairobi, Kenya — but her favorite spot is NOLA for its rich history, architecture, culture, and of course, its good eats.
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