The apartment building is connected to the passenger rail station and is designed by NBWW.
The Park-Line Miami apartment towers have been completed at the Brightline passenger rail station in downtown Miami.
Brightline, which will be rebranded as Virgin Trains USA, completed the 816-unit project at 100 N.W. Sixth St. It has two 30-story towers atop the rail platform at Virgin MiamiCentral, which also has a food court and offices. That gives residents a direct connection to the train that stops in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, with future stations in Orlando, Aventura and Boca Raton.
Units range from 630-square-feet studio apartments to 1,336 square feet with two bedrooms and a den. There are also a few penthouses. The studios start at $1,900 a month. The smallest two-bedroom unit goes for $3,345.
Read story and see photos >>>> Source: Brightline/Virgin Trains USA completes Park-Line apartments in Miami (Photos) – South Florida Business Journal