Miami’s Wynwood and Edgewater areas are growing so fast that a developer is planning to demolish a building that is just three years old, according to the SFBJ.
Heritage Equities just closed on the purchase of the Midas auto parts store at 2140 Northeast Second Avenue, which was completed in 2019.
The developer told the website that they are working on plans to demolish the store and replace it with an 18-story tower, saying that a lot has changed in the past three years.
The new building is being designed by architect Zyscovich.
It will include between 120 and 160 apartments, along with amenities and co-working space.
Construction is expected to begin quickly, with either a late summer or early fall 2022 groundbreaking date.