Arquitectonica Now Designing ‘Ultra-Luxe’ Residential Project In Edgewater After Developer Buys Property

Two Roads Development has closed on the purchase of the Biscayne 21 condo property in Edgewater, and is now working on plans for a new development.

The new towers will rise up to 650 feet, and are being designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica. They will be “ultra-luxe,” the developer said.

Each unit will have a view of the water. There will be a mix of condos and “signature branded residences.”

Two Roads paid $150 million for the 3.5 acre waterfront site, buying out an existing 191-unit condo building. Sellers have the option to stay in their units temporarily while plans are being finalized to replace the current building.

Avison Young’s Florida Capital Markets Group closed the sale. Avison Young Principals John K. Crotty, CCIM; Michael T. Fay, who is also Managing Director of the firm’s Miami operations; David Duckworth; and Vice President Brian C. de la Fé negotiated the sale on behalf of the various unit owners.

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Are they required to build a public baywalk?

BDub
1 month ago

I believe so, yes.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Awesome! Biscayne 21 will soon be history and we will have a gorgeous set of modern buildings in its place.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Edgewater is becoming more like Sunny Isles with all these towers at the same height.

Ciparoo
1 month ago

I’ve never heard so much complaining about tower height as in TNM lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

Except Sunny Isles has towers with innovative architecture that aren’t cereal boxes with giant parking garages down entire blocks.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Then we should call it the Cereal Box District!

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
Okay, enough with the “Cereal Box” complaints already.. that shit is getting stale and old.

white flight
1 month ago

like a stale box of wheaties in the cupboard….you know he is right….

Tykj
1 month ago

Ultra luxury and 650 units are 2 conceptsvthat dont go hand in hand…sorry

Azarius
1 month ago

Love the density just think there should be some kind of through way to still see the bay vs, a wall of glass

Anon
1 month ago

Agreed but at least the residents will get a nice bay walk

Azarius
1 month ago

Soon we’ll be building many parks off the bay to fight sea rise and need for more public access to bay views

Checo
1 month ago

At what point do you concede that the Sea Level rise isn’t as big a deal as the dopey professors told us in 1998?

It’s been about the same for all of these years. The same places flood until they raise the roads, then all is good.

Turns out, Miami Beach was a an avocado grove and most of the island was filled in mangroves.
No serious scientist can tell you if the sea is rising or the filled in earth is eroding, sinking, or subsidence is the main factor for the occasional flooding in those few specific photo op places.

chongalicious
1 month ago

keep ya head in the sand meng….raising the roads on the beach only moved the water to somebodies parking lots and front doors….bay is still rising and brickell floods from hard rains….

Anonymous
1 month ago

Haha.. Checo wants to see catastrophe happening right now!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another beaut by Arquitectonica!

Transplant
1 month ago

Lol I don’t think Arquitectonica can ever be associated with beauty 🤢

Amputation
1 month ago

jajajaj you’ve lost it Transplant. I can name so many beautiful buildings by them

poplie loplie
1 month ago

jajajaja architectonica buildings are usually never beautiful, just average.

Checo
1 month ago

“Lol I don’t think Arquitectonica can ever be associated with beauty 🤢”

Save some keystrokes next time and just go with….
“LOL, I don’t think.”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another post by that dude who works at Arquitectonica!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another two boring boxes on prime real estate and meh bayfront tower by Arquitectonica…

Anonymous
1 month ago

What’s the difference between condos and “signature branded residences.”?

Anonymous
1 month ago

$200,000

Anonymous
1 month ago

hahahaha, thanks for clarifying.

Checo
1 month ago

Nice!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Compare Arquitectonica’s work on Paramount Bay to the south, and the junk boxes they are proposing here, and you can see why we bash them all the time. Lost their creativity this side of the bay within the last then years…

Anon
1 month ago

SIGNATURE is the new ICONIC.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What a waste to have this designed by Arquitectonica🤮

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is there any new information here?

Ciparoo
1 month ago

Arquitectonica now attached to project?

She
1 month ago

They are aholes. Will block all the buildings behind from any kind of view. Smh becoming more and more like NYC.

This city will loose all its culture and beauty in the next 5 years 🙁

Checo
1 month ago

The Edgewater culture of cramming 4 families in a one bedroom apartment, doing DIY car repair in the street, or the culture of smashing car windows and grand theft auto?

She
1 month ago

I have lived in edgewater for over 3 years and not once experienced this. This area is full of like minded professionals/young families.

The only time there are problems is when we have holidays and bnb get full of out-of-towners trashing our city.

She
1 month ago

But also I’d prefer your version over paying 5k for studio apt because all these ppl moved here… thats like 2 mortgages and a michelada. 😁

Personally if goes up again its not even worth it. The culture, the beauty, the people … il just move to Spain and enjoy it all at 75% less 😉

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s going to keep going up, better get used to it.

white flight
1 month ago

we dont have that kind of economy here for that scale…get real…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Haha.. another person who’s shocked when they see what capitalism is actually all about!

Someone that knows
1 month ago

But then you’d have to live in Spain…