Construction On Bentley Edgewater Hotel And Residences Scheduled To Begin In January

The Heafey Group has launched sales for The Bentley Edgewater, a 32-story condo and hotel project with 207 units.

Prices average $650 per square foot, with a 50% deposit structure that is typical for preconstruction condo’s in Miami. Sales representatives say that over 20% of the building has been reserved since sales launched a few weeks ago.

Buyers will be offered limited time beach club membership at the Bentley Beach club with the purchase of a unit. The beach club is located at Heafey Group’s Hilton Bentley South Beach on Ocean Drive.

Heafey Group has developed luxury highrises VIU and the WE in Ottawa. They also own the Doubletree Grand on Biscayne Bay.

Groundbreaking is scheduled for January 2016, with top-off in January 2017 and completion in July 2017.

Kobi Karp is the project architect.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
5 years ago

refreshing design!!! would love to see more of this in downtown or brickell

PAOK
5 years ago

Bolshy yarbles for all.

Hiliany Munguia
5 years ago

I’m a Real Estate Broker and I personally think this is a very nice project. The building Design is refreshing, something more contemporary. The lobby with the high ceilings looks beautiful, definetly something more on the High End! As of the comments that is right across McDonalds… That is Edgewater… Soon all those franchises will be gone. Edgewater is what Brickell City is expanding to. And all properties around are quickly rising in price! This is not about a price bubble… People pay to be here for the Lifestyle!

Timothy Greco
5 years ago

I think that our city needs buildings like these. It’s time to change the face of the city

Anonymous
5 years ago

Well I never comment on these pages but I have to say we need these type of hotels to go up in this area. So the last remaining roach motels leave the area. About the fast food joints they have maybe 2 years left. Already the Wendy’s was sold to developer so that’s out. The Taco Bell is under contract to another developer and the mc Donald’s does not make enough revenues to hold on to this property any longer so fast food will be done in this side soon.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I’ve heard of these developers. They are the same group doing the Miami Woman’s Club site. I looked at their website these guys seem like they know what they are doing!

Carlos Negron, PA
5 years ago

I love everything about this project. Transformation at Biscayne.

PAOK
5 years ago

Bolches yarboclos pa todos.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Kobi Karp is a rip off artist…he looks at trends and copies at whim. In this case he takes from Chad Oppenheim’s 10 Museum Park. Kobi low balls and is notoriously cheap and works his staff down. That’s his formula, not much to it and smart from a business perspective. In business school, its the Burger King case study when BK realized that the market could absorb more fast food chains that MacDonalds defined. In time, BK survives by distinguishing itself with its own product offerings. In architecture, that’s not really necessary because developers will pay a base price to the firm that can quickly define the product and not waste time in design development.

Anonymous
5 years ago

See above ^

Anonymous
5 years ago

What a nice design and it does not look like 10 museum park. Get glasses you are blind. And this is a hotel and not condo. Anyways you sound like an x employee of Kobi

Chris Strathearn
5 years ago

Beautiful architectural design.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Hi I like

Maire Twomey
4 years ago

Well since last year they did this advertising, still have not moved a single rock in the project.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Could this facade look anymore like Ten Museum Park?

Anonymous
5 years ago

Seems like a small plot for such a building. That is basically Mc Donald’s parking lot.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Address anyone ?

Anonymous
5 years ago

434-36 NE 35th Terrace

Anonymous
5 years ago

The placement of this building on the rendering is very deceiving, it’s actually behind McDonalds, not on the corner next to it.

Anonymous
5 years ago

And that’s important, why?

Anonymous
5 years ago

This is very nice better than Melo crap that ruins the look around Miami edgewater

Anonymous
5 years ago

You realize Melo built the foundation, if you will, for Edgewater? Also most of their properties are a bit inland, so they make up valuable infill at an affordable price for people to actually live, which is also pretty important for the area. Their only two projects on more premier lots and for more premier prices–Bay House and Aria–are hardly “crap”

Anonymous
5 years ago

Id support a Chad Oppenheim Lawsuit

Anonymous
5 years ago

Are they out of their minds? $650 per foot for that area.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Two years from now, new structures will be asking $850 per sq ft in that are.

Yet Another Anonymous
5 years ago

Top notch dining between McDonald’s and Pollo Tropical.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Mmm Pollo Tropical

defamed2
5 years ago

This is a crazy location for this price condo, close to cheap fast food joints and a few blocks away from the bay, meaning the view will be compromised in a few year. The design is great and it’s a welcome addition to the neighborhood, if it ever gets built, but I don’t see how buyers would buy this instead of other projects on the water, like Elisee.

Alisee Pornet
5 years ago

Yeah right Elisee starting at $765 x sqft pleaseee

Anonymous
5 years ago

“This is a crazy location for this price condo, close to cheap fast food joints”

You talk as if a few dozen high priced Italian and French restaurants would have no problem surviving in this area because that’s all everyone there desire or need. A fast food restaurant serving something quick for breakfast or a bite after club hopping and it’s short walking distance to my condo or hotel…that’s a win win in my opinion. I’m not saying I’ll be eating there every day, but I’ll sure appreciate it being convenient.

Anonymous
5 years ago

This is getting out of control exactly like the last boom. Quite evident by the fact that developers are introducing a project per day-no way the market can sustain this.

Anonymous
5 years ago

The projects have slowed down everywhere besides Edgewater, which still isn’t even close to critical mass. Apparently there’s demand there or something.

Anonymous
5 years ago

you are just jeolous you can’t buy a unit on this building. if they are selling is because there is demand. this is not last decade bubble peolple, the way you buy a condo is totally different…today you need cash!!!

Anonymous
5 years ago

No one can buy a unit here! It’s a hotel!!!

Anonymous
5 years ago

Incorrect