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Construction At 57-Story Elysee Reaches 18th Floor, With Almost Half Of Units Sold

Construction At 57-Story Elysee Reaches 18th Floor, With Almost Half Of Units Sold

Contractors have poured the 18th floor at the Elysee Miami condo tower, which is set to become among the tallest in Edgewater and all of Miami.

Douglas Elliman Development Marketing was recently tapped to to handle sales and marketing at the project, replacing Cervera. Nearly 50 percent of the project’s 98 units have now been sold, the developers said.

A 5,500 square foot sales gallery for Elysee will soon open in the nearby Biscayne Beach Residences tower, which was also built by the same developer. Opening is set for February. Upon completion of Elysee, The space will be converted into a high end restaurant.

When complete in 2020, Elysee will top off at 57 stories or 648 feet. That is the maximum height permitted in the Edgewater area by FAA rules.

Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica designed Elysee with a three-tiered telescoping shape. Interiors are by Paris-based designer Jean-Louis Deniot.

Two Roads and DW Partners are the developers.

 

 

 

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Anonymous

This will be beautiful and iconic.
Can’t wait to see the next 20 floors…

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

Welcome, neighbor.

Anonymous
Anonymous

the telescoping effect they are bragging about, will hardly be noticed, look at the rest of the buildings in that same district, they are nothing like the renderings.

Anonymous
Anonymous

they all look like glass boxes when they are done. and they become outdated a few years later with the latest new building. very miami – always have to trade up. so shallow and superficial this city – no substance. like the buildings. blah

Anonymous
Anonymous

It would have made a much better impression articulating instead.

Anonymous
Anonymous

We need more high end projects like this to fill-in the last few bayside gaps in Edgewater…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hope those windows are thick with MIA to the west