Full Plans For 330-Unit Biscayne 27 In Edgewater, Now Moving Through Approval Process

Plans for the Biscayne 27 rental project at 2701 Biscayne Boulevard in Edgewater have been submitted to city officials for review.

The project will include 330 units in an eight story building. It replaces plans for Ion, an Arquitectonica-designed condo tower that was cancelled after the owners couldn’t finish assembling land.

The developer is The Richman Group, one of the nation’s largest apartment owners.

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
5 years ago

Clean and modern design. I like the color scheme too.

Gables
5 years ago

It is bland, but a good development for the area. Reminds me of Cite on the Bay a little bit.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I’d say Ion looked better. Pretty bland.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Great development, built to street with ground floor retail and enclosed garage, exactly what is needed for urban infill development. Great job!

Anonymous
5 years ago

Look like the midrise fill-in stuff you see in West LA.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Oy Vey…… The traffic on Biscayne Blvd.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Ride a bike.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Oh shut up. Every time a new development comes along all some people ever do is complain about traffic. Move to the sticks if you don’t want traffic. This is city life.

Anonymous
5 years ago

City life minus transit. Only poor people take transit, and I wish that perception would change in Miami.

Anonymous
5 years ago

This isn’t Los Angeles or Texas, nobody resents anybody for using public transportation. Except maybe FDOT with their obsession with building more toll roads.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I think it’s more lacking options than perception–unless you’re getting at the fact that only buses actually connect most areas.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Ps the heaviest trafficked corridor/route is brickell. That’s not exactly all poor people. It’s not perception; it’s lacking options

Anonymous
5 years ago

Shut up. Is that what you say to your clients when they ask?