Success Stories

Pinnacle View

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Pinnacle View is a premier high-rise community in the Wynwood neighborhood of the City of Miami. This development is located just north of downtown Miami with spectacular views of Biscayne Bay and the downtown business district. Collaborative Development Corporation is the co-general partner with Pinnacle Housing Group for this vibrant redevelopment initiative in Wynwood.

 

King’s Terrace Affordable Housing Project

King’s Terrace is the ambitious $53 million redevelopment of a former distressed property into a precedent-setting new affordable rental community. Kings Terrace is located in the unincorporated area of Miami Dade County, immediately adjacent to the cities of North Miami and Opa Locka. It received one of the largest single awards of Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds in the U.S., by Miami-Dade County. Collaborative Development Corporation partnered with Pinnacle Housing Group in the temporary relocation of residents, demolition and redevelopment effort.

A new 300 unit modern community, providing superior resident services, was developed in its place with many of the former residents returning to enjoying an offering of unique amenities such as a splash park, movie snug, soccer field, covered picnic area and public art throughout the community provided by six different artists.

Designation of Charles Avenue as a Historical Corridor

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The designation of Charles Avenue and its designation as a “historical corridor” has been achieved through the interest and instrumental involvement of the CDC.  Strategic and informative meetings were held primarily with the Charles Avenue residents along with other community members for valuable feedback about lifelong stories, their works, education, churches, etc.  This valuable information supported the credibility of Charles Avenue historic preservation and its designation.

Nassau Daddy Peacock

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The “Peacock Tour” was developed by local residents as an artistic project to enhance the community and visitor’s engagement. The CDC realized that Coconut Grove Village West did not have a “peacock” represented and purchased our very own peacock and named him “Nassau Daddy” in recognition of the rich heritage of the first settlers and support of this community. The peacock stands proudly at the corner of Douglas Road and Grand Avenue, dressed in his uniform of a Bahamian officer and positioned to observe those coming and leaving our community. The CDC, with support from Pinnacle Housing Group, commissioned Rosie Brown, a Coconut Grove-based artist, to design and paint our peacock and an official unveiling was attended by community, city and county officials.