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58-Story The Edge On Brickell Gets Zoning Approval

58-Story The Edge On Brickell Gets Zoning Approval

Miami’s office of Planing and Zoning has granted waivers needed under the Miami 21 zoning code to build The Edge On Brickell.

The project is planned for a narrow riverfront lot, on a road which Brickell City Centre owner Swire Properties plans to rebuild to make more pedestrian friendly.

Last year, the developers submitted plans that inlcuded 198 hotel rooms, 70 residential units, and a 122 space parking garage. Also included were restaurants at the ground floor and rooftop levels, along with a riverwalk.

Brick Group is the developer, with Kobi Karp the architect.

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

I wished I aged like the approval process that these projects go through in Miami. I would be 60 years old but only looked 20.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Of course they approved it. Damned be the river walk.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What’s the problem, can’t find anywhere else to walk?

Anonymous
Anonymous

that is not the point.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Then what’s your gripe?

wolfgang731
wolfgang731

Why are you bemoaning the riverwalk? Unless I read the article incorrectly, it states that the plans “Also included were restaurants at the ground floor and rooftop levels, along with a riverwalk.” Did I, in fact, misinterpret what has been written above?

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

The iPhone Building

Anonymous
Anonymous

I pass by that lot every day to work. It’s gonna be an extremely narrow garage and building. I’m surprised they can fit it at all including the River Walk.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Go to New York City or Tokyo and check out how they fit tall buildings in spaces like that.

Anonymous
Anonymous

the building will fit, the question is the river walk quality.

Azarius
Azarius

This project with the other 3 Related has planned will really turn this into the second most dense place in the US concerned bout Draw Bridge traffic as well as public transportation getting to Brickell. I would to see some Workforce or Affordable properties in this area cause if we wait it’s go never happen

Anonymous
Anonymous

Workforce or affordable housing on the river? Of course it’s “go never happen.” Build it up the Metrorail line instead of just senior projects, and it will help revitalize those neighborhoods, too!

Anonymous
Anonymous

will it have a robotic garage? Not sure how they are going to fit a garage there.

Anonymous
Anonymous

after looking at the doc in a previous post it will be a robotic garage with 2 car elevators.

Anonymous
Anonymous

With a two day advanced reservation to retrieve your car.

Polo
Polo

What is the purpose of the Miami 21 zoning code if they keep handing waivers to developers with deep pockets? CORRUPTION ANYONE!

Anonymous
Anonymous

This.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Tbh most possible waivers are largely included in the code as is with clear stipulations as to what conditions can lead to a grant of the waiver. Waivers are also typically either (1) low-grade changes or (2) desirable changes from the code at large. Ie. Parking reductions in transir corridors are by administrative waiver

Anonymous
Anonymous

omg, skinny is nice but visually the outside isnt done right. back to the drawing board

transplant
transplant

Just make something. River traffic is a good thing for a big city. Look at Chicago

Anonymous
Anonymous

When I see concrete being poured I will believe its happening.

marc
marc

The last two images are practically impossible.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sheesshh.. this is not like, going to the moon.

Anonymous
Anonymous

no, it’s like going to miami

Anonymous
Anonymous

Can anyone explain why the pointy balconies?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Do you get “round” balcones?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Why not?

Anonymous
Anonymous

The “Edge”

Anonymous
Anonymous

“The Edge” AKA “How to use AutoCAD Array 101”

Master Angler
Master Angler

This will literally blow over the first Cat 2 hurricane we have. Way too much surface area. It also blocks the views from Neo Vertika. I could see this project working in Hallandale though.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um, what school did you say you got your structural engineering degree from?