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Crane To Be Installed At Site Of 330-Unit Biscayne 27

An apartment developer is close to breaking ground on a new 330 unit project in Edgewater.

The Richman Group filed plans with the FAA this week to install cranes to build Biscayne 27 at 2701 Biscayne Boulevard. Temporary cranes are scheduled to be installed in place beginning on March 15.

City of Miami officials still have not signed off on a construction permit, and utilities are still running down the center of the project site (the developer signed an easement with FPL to allow for underground utilities on January 18).

The cost of construction is valued at $52,084,371, according to the construction permit. A total of 297,624 square feet is being built. First Florida is listed as the construction contractor.


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Anonymous
Anonymous

Thank goodness fill in some of those gaps in the area. I’m really surprised there are open lot’s in areas close to downtown.

marc
marc

There sure is a ton of open lots north of 6th street. Slowly but surely they will get developed.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I hope so Marc

Anonymous
Anonymous

One of the really big reasons you see so many empty lots close to and in around downtown is because a lot of these empty lot owners are just land banking. They hold out as long as they can to see just how much money they’ll get offered for their empty spots.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Diversity and Balance in the area….. thats why Edgewater will be the next preferred neighborhood !!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I like this. The look and scale fit in perfectly with that part of Edgewater. Two thumbs up!!!

Sobe
Sobe

Nice! the only nabe in Miami that has million dollar condos and 200K condos, $3000 a month rentals and $1200 a month rentals. Absolutely the best combination one can hope for. Edgewater is Miami’s utopia.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Great project for the area. Adds mid-range units and retail space along Biscayne. Win-win

VidaEsParaiso
VidaEsParaiso

Edgewater is on Fire.

Miami Beach
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Design District downtown
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Midtown Wynwood

Anonymous
Anonymous

this area starting to look more and more like brooklyn only more vibrant and with more cultural amenities and better weather.

Anonymous
Anonymous

why the brown color? Its Miami and not a depressing dark northern city with no sunlight….

Anonymous
Anonymous

I agree the color isn’t the best choice.

Anonymous
Anonymous

miami looks like a northeastern city already as far as urbanity and culture but i agree with you on the color choice.

Anonymous
Anonymous

it’s not “brown” it “tan” and matches the skin tone of most of the people here.

AndrewN
AndrewN

If you look closely at the pictures, the wall looks like slats of wood. They probably painted it brown to further create that “look”.

Anonymous
Anonymous

can we please get a bigger starbucks somewhere. This area is already too packed!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Packed with what?

Next time, make some sense with your comment.

defamed2
defamed2

For this size building the swimming pool should be at the rooftop. I don’t think it will get a lot of sunlight…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Do you realize how much it would cost to put a pool that size on the top of an apartment building?

The pool doesn’t need a lot of sunlight in the heat and humidity of Miami.

defamed2
defamed2

Pools do need sunlight. A lot of what you do at a pool is lounging and sunbathing, not actually bathing. There is no sunbathing in the shade. They should spend the extra money. And yes, I do realize how much it would cost.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Pools need a lot of sunlight if it’s in an environment where the weather doesn’t get as hot and humid or as much sunlight like Miami. People who sunbath doesn’t have to remain stationary, they have the ability to move to whatever area around the pool area where the sun is shining the most.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Is this an actual point of conversation about this project? This isn’t ultra luxury…

So when people aren’t complaining about the design of value-engineered buildings built to actually house people, they’re complaining about the amenities…before complaining that nothing’s affordable in Miami.

And repeat.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That is why the comment by defamed2 about putting the pool on the top of this building is nonsensical to me. I mean, complaining about people getting enough sun to sunbath in but you want to see this project as affordable is asinine to me.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I like this. The look and scale fit in perfectly with that area of Edgewater. Two thumbs up!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I’m glad they put the shadow lines on the site plan, of course this probably is not a building that needs to show it. Not a lot of folks put the shadows on the site plans, but they should. good set of plans, probably way more detail than needed on a zoning application, but hey whatever works.

Edin
Edin

Love it.

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