40-Story 2600 Biscayne Advances With Utilities Agreement Signed

The partnership of developers planning a 40-story tower at 2600 Biscayne are moving forward with a newly signed agreement with Miami-Dade’s Water & Sewer Department.

According to the deal recorded on January 12, the county will provide utilities to the new development.

The utilities agreement states that 2600 Biscayne will include:

  • 399 apartments
  • 174,524 square feet of office
  • 9,260 square feet of retail

The connection fee is estimated at $424,705.41. There’s also a Biscayne Basin Sanitary Sewer Special Connection Charge of $257,618.16.

David Weitz signed on behalf of developing entity 2600 Biscayne Property, LLC.

Oak Row Equities is the developer, and Lndmrk Development is a minority partner.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

There does not yet appear to be any construction permits pending at the property with Miami’s Building Department.

 


(renderings: Quantum Space Studio)

The Fairholme museum formerly planned for the site:

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Edgewater Opportunity Zone in 10 Years
20 days ago

Congrats! This is a stunning design, albeit not the most useful opportunity zone for development given current infrastructure and metro limitations. We need more high-end designs like this in the CBD and around Brickell. Edgewater is attractive for people who work close by and don’t need a car or public transportation. I believe it will be a great area to live in around Brickell and Downtown in 10 years if the flooding systems are upgraded there.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Brickell has a critical mass already. I’d say this type of development is needed most in Edgewater/Omni.

Anon
20 days ago

Okay you’re right – Brickell is in dire need of office development and Omni and Edgewater don’t need anymore.

Melo is sigma and Chad
20 days ago

Why sign a utility deal without submitting a construction permit as well.

Anon
20 days ago

Love the look of this building

Hellois
20 days ago

I like that they put a Carvana at the bottom of the building. Great addition to Edgewater.

Anonymous
20 days ago

really nice….some thought went into this design

Anonymous
20 days ago

The front bottom part, yes. After that, typical boring Arquitectonica box and giant parking garage with loud mural.

Marco
20 days ago

I like the look of this building. Perfect size.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Dodged a bullet with that vacuum attachment.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Let’s get this moving. This area (and this lot, in particular) are in desperate need of a critical mass. This will help with the density in the area.

Micah Lloyd
19 days ago

Boring…….. Really over this blocky white vertical architecture in Miami. Nearly half or more of our new buildings lack true creativity. Too many of these white box like buildings in Miami. Look to Dubai or China for some architectural sex appeal…..get some curves! And white is not the only color

calivalle
20 days ago

Awful pedestal,surely you can come with a nicer design..

Anonymous
20 days ago

I wish it were taller but I’m fine with increasing density

Marco
20 days ago

No, that size is perfect

sumpin'
19 days ago

yeah…make 5 inches big again!!!