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Closings At Paraiso Bay To Begin This Summer

Over the next year, more than 1,300 units will be completed and turned over to their new owners at Related Group’s Paraiso Bay complex:

  • Paraiso Bay (345 units), completion summer 2017
  • Paraiso Bayviews (396 units) completion end of 2017
  • One Paraiso (276 units) completion end of 2017
  • Gran Paraiso (317 units) completion spring 2018

The project also includes townhomes and a restaurant, scheduled for completion this summer:

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Great for Edgewater.. definetely and improvement and better use of the land…probably 2MM sellable x $600 x 2% = 25MM in taxes per year to the City.
Lets build a great Public School in Edgewater and extend the Metromover to the Design District!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I like the sentiment, but extending the metro to the Design District is infeasible. Let’s just focus on getting TriRail operating from AAF and then push for more TriRail Coastal stations. That would effectively link Edgewater to the metro with one transfer, while finally providing connectivity to the northeast.

defamed2
defamed2

You understand that Tri-Rail has 30min to 1h intervals, right? It is not a solution for short distance journeys in densely populated neighborhoods. Edgewater/Midtown/Design District need a dedicated metromover line with one train every 5min.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Tri-Rail Coastal Link has the potential to be more of a regular commuter line- but I agree that metromover needs to be extended north where it splits west into Health District.

Aj

Even if they close, I doubt anyone can live there till the end of the year. I was there last night and it looked like a major war zone. Even if one takes procession it will be hard to live with 3 other mega buildings being constructed on all sides.

Sobe
Sobe

lmao, why this non critical true assessment gets a thumbs down 🙂

Anonymous
Anonymous

Excited for the restaurant, not excited for the traffic.

Anonymous
Anonymous

So walk.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Will walk to the restaurant, can’t walk (nor take the TriRail without 10 miles of bike riding plus transfers) to my office in Pines.

Point is that transit’s sorely needed.

Edg(y)water
Edg(y)water

uber it

Anonymous
Anonymous

I told my parents to get out of Edgewater before the 395 demolition, with all the units coming online traffic will be a nightmare. Those two exits to Biscayne Blvd are a nightmare already!

marc
marc

And miss out on a yuge payday once that area gets built out? Bad son/daughter.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I meant rent the unit out…I wish I lived in Brickell. So tell me…how much should a water front until sell for per sq. ft. Specifically, the Quantum on the Bay…the direct unobstructable bay view waterfront units are going for $417-453 / sq. ft. What the future projections for price per sq.ft. once the area gets built out? I just want them to be comfortable.

Sobe
Sobe

you must be a silly Brickell resident

Paraiso Neighbors
Paraiso Neighbors

Will the BayWalk be accessible from the north or just the south, as per the final image? Thank you.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Great addition to Edgewater …..this is the great entrepreneur project for the area any many more will come ……

Anonymous
Anonymous

Its great to know the unit count as opposed to the floor count or height above sea level. Units over everything!!!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

This building looks ugly.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The building is probably saying the same thing when it looks at you!

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