North Miami Beach Aliro Apartments expansion project to break ground in 2022

by Lindsey Wells

A $120 million expansion of the Aliro Apartments development in North Miami Beach, is expected to break ground in early spring of 2022, according to a press release.

FINFROCK will serve as the project’s architect, structural engineer, precast concrete manufacturer and general contractor. New Jersey-based Optimum Properties owns the apartment complex.

“We are excited to partner with Optimum Properties on Aliro Apartments, a high-profile multifamily project that will showcase our vertically integrated design-build and manufacturing capabilities to the South Florida market,” said Allen Finfrock, CEO of FINFROCK. “The project will also expedite the creation of more jobs in South Florida with Aliro’s first precast building components set to be poured at our new manufacturing facility in Belle Glade, Fla.”

FINFROCK will be in charge of renovating the apartment complex’s five existing buildings (870 units) and adding another 516-unit residential building, two parking structures with more than 1,000 spaces and an amenity building.

“With 870 units already occupied, the site poses the challenge of building with minimal disruption to the current residents,” said Bill Finfrock, president of FINFROCK. “But with FINFROCK’s unique building solution, most construction will occur off-site at the manufacturing facility so that Aliro residents won’t experience heavy site traffic, inconvenient debris or disruptive construction that would typically come with a project of this size.” 

The award-winning architecture team has designed the Aliro Apartments with radius balconies and luxury amenities. The 21,200-square-foot amenity building will boast a clubhouse, cafe and market, work-from-home lounge, fitness area, 5,500 square feet of residential storage and 4,300 square feet for retail, leasing and a pet spa.

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