Swire Properties and its partners may need to spend over $1 million to add school capacity for an expansion at Brickell City Centre.
Brickell City Centre’s proposed expansion would add 972 residential units.
There wouldn’t be enough capacity in area schools to support the expansion however. According to School Board documents, there would be a deficiency in space for 31 students in area elementary schools.
To gain approval for the new units, Swire and its partners had proposed a deal to pay just over $1 million in mitigation for 44 new student station at Southside Elementary School.
The deal was scheduled to be voted on at the School Board’s March 13 meeting but was withdrawn.
Source: The Next Miami