On May 24, two multifamily developments received approval from the Hialeah City Commission.
According to South Florida Business Journal, in the larger project, the 10.1-acre site at 3500 W. 9th Ave. was rezoned from low-density residential to medium-density residential to allow for 226 apartments. The property is owned by Villas de Las Palmas and managed by veteran apartment developers Tomas Cabrerizo and Maurice Cayon.
Villas de Las Palmas will include 10 buildings of two and three-storeys. The project will include 178 two-bedroom units and 48 three-bedroom units.
ELF Investment Group wants to create 105 apartments through a nine-storey building with a fitness center and 243 covered and surface parking spaces. The 1.55-acre site is at 101 Hialeah Dr. and flows from East 3rd St. to East Second St.