MG Developer, a residential developer with headquarters in Coral Gables, alongside their partner Baron Property Group, announced their plans for a new Hialeah, Metro Center. This exciting news will help push the city of Hialeah towards its urban city development goals.
Under the leadership of CEO Alirio Torrealba, MG Developer is a residential property development that offers a wide range of real estate services, including concept creation, property site selection, and project advancement. Torrealba has already completed 11 developments and has nearly $1.5 billion in developments in planning throughout South Florida, establishing MG as one of the most active developers in Florida today.
“We are thrilled to introduce Metro Center to Hialeah,” said Torrealba. “These combined developments redefine urban living in the city and provide high-quality housing, seamless transit access, and a vibrant community experience that aligns with Hialeah’s transformation into a forward-thinking Miami that is inspired by its history, culture, and the arts. We are committed to the City of Hialeah and its beautification.”
At almost 2.3 million square feet worth of apartments, MG developers are adding more than $600 million in value to the destination alongside side their developments of Metro Parc, Metro Parc North, and now Metro Parc South. Metro Center will provide nearly 1,600 attainable modern apartments to Hialeah, all of which will be within walking distance of the Metrorail and Tri-Rail Transfer Station.
Once completed, Metro Center will be Hialeah’s upscale living lifestyle center that will boast more than 35,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space ideal for restaurants, cafes, boutique shops, and health & fitness outlets, as well as a specialty market.
As Hialeah transitions from the "City of Progress" to "Forward-Thinking," Metro Center is being designed to keep its authenticity, while at the same time providing a location for those who are in search of a dynamic lifestyle that is close to parks, dining, work, arts & culture, as well as entertainment venues. All of this is being done in a location that allows residents to continue to commute quickly and hassle-free.