Biscayne Beach Gets FAA Approval

Federal Aviation Administration officials have concluded a study of the Biscayne Beach condo project, resulting in approval for the height of the tower.

In a determination issued last week, the FAA approved the 585-foot height that developers had requested for the building. That is in the same range or slightly taller than other nearby Edgewater towers under construction, such as Paraiso Bay.

Construction at Biscayne Beach is well underway, and several floors have already been poured.

When completed, the 51-story tower will have 399 units. Residents will enjoy a ‘beach club’ directly on Biscayne Bay.

 

 

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Andrew
6 years ago

I feel this is one of the best looking buildings currently in the pipeline. Looks classy, clean, different, and not reliant on wavy/zigzag balconies for its style. Also, the rear of the building appears to be more wrap-around and less intrusive than others (like Icon Bay and Paraiso).

BinBrickell
6 years ago

Agreed. And the location is better than the others too because 29th is one of the only streets that connects directly through to Midtown, avoiding the need to get on Biscayne Blvd to go shopping.

Johnny Wolff
6 years ago

I agree as well. Solid development. Definitely one of the best in the pipeline. Very excited about seeing it once it is completed.

ashame
6 years ago

I don’t know why more parking lots are not deigned like this. the circular ramp is the most efficient way to get in and out of a multi level parking garage, instead of doing laps all the way around the inside. bravo

Marc305
6 years ago

Could not agree with you more. I think all new buildings should have it. You can get in and out faster and the added space of having no ramps can add the number of spaces.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Anyone know how big the garage will be?

WhyNotNow
6 years ago

Where is Platinum? Are theygoingto tear it Down? I don’t see it in these renderings? Where is platinum?

Andrew
6 years ago

Platinum in the construction photos. Not being torn down. It’s in the rendering but they hid it behind the garage when it should be in front of it. Looks like the rendering replaced where Platinum actually is with a nice looking park, which doesn’t exist and will not exist.

Anonymous
6 years ago

I don’t like that they left the circular ramp untreated. Looks re ally dull

Edgewater Optimist
6 years ago

They need to rename the Platinum to Lead…they lost all views.