New Upper Eastside mini mall slated for April ground-breaking

By | February 28th, 2012 | 5 Comments

A rendering of MiMo Center at night. -- image from Roomscapes Inc.

In what could be a sign that Miami’s real estate comeback is creeping north of downtown and the Design District, two new projects are being planned for the Upper Eastside.

The latest one is MiMo Center, a planned two-story, 7,975-square-foot mini mall set to break ground in as little as two months, according to property owner Javier Rabinovich.

The new building will be built on a vacant lot at 6405 Biscayne Blvd., just south of Legion Park, and will provide space for up to seven business and 17 parking spaces for customers. True to its name, the building’s design will draw inspiration from the historic 1950s Miami Modern architecture characteristic of the motels in the area, Rabinovich said.

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