Crescent Heights Releases Rendering Of Their Planned Project At 3050 Biscayne In Edgewater

Developer Crescent Heights has released a new rendering on their website of the 3050 Biscayne project in Edgewater that is currently in the planning stage.

Two towers are shown in the new rendering, with an existing office building to remain at the center.

Renderings show what appears to be a residential tower on the north side of the existing office building. According to platting documents filed in February, there will be 354 residential units there, along with 8,340 square feet of retail.

A much larger tower is shown on the south side. The platting documents state that the south parcel will include 400 residential units, 268,654 square feet of office, a 38,450 square foot grocery store, 61,450 square feet of fitness space, 8,420 square feet of retail, and 620,731 square feet of parking.

Crescent Heights has had their headquarters located nearby at 2200 Biscayne in Edgewater, long before the neighborhood’s current development boom.

Managing principal Russell Galbut said in February that the company wants to move forward with developing 3050 Biscayne as soon as possible.

 

 

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Shawn Kouri
2 years ago

Yes!!!! More office buildings. Miami needs more office buildings in the downtown Miami and midtown area. This is great news. Why not have this building built by 2023 or 2024. Let’s get the commissioners and the FAA to approve this project. It looks like a modern office building of glass.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes, fill in Edgewater with Mixed-Use and office!

Anonymous
2 years ago

yes,yes,yes fill her up. What could go wrong ?

Pendejo
2 years ago

She can get pregnant, or get a STD!

Anonymous
2 years ago

exactly. fill her she wants to be filled up

Anonymous
2 years ago

back up, a little

Anonymous
2 years ago

620.371 square feet of parking is what makes this project very exciting

Anonymous
2 years ago

Haha

Anonymous
2 years ago

We all agree!

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s my favorite part of this project. The rest who cares!

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is a game changer!

Anonymous
2 years ago

yes they have really dialed it up – wow Miami needs more office space people are clammering to rent office space in Miami – hurry up.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Biscayne is a beautiful corridor

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s got potential but still, long way to go. Too many empty, dead pockets

Anonymous
2 years ago

a beautifully narrow and traffic choked corridor. just wait for all the density you fanboi’s constantly salivate for. LMAO

Anonymous
2 years ago

agreed – what is beautiful about it? traffic, people plowing pedestrians over. one damn peruvian place after another – no variety – no interest. blah blah

Anonymous
2 years ago

try living there you bozo

Anonymous
2 years ago

oh, what a dreamy development…

Anonymous
2 years ago

supper cute renderings. The final edit won’t look anything like this not even close

marc
2 years ago

yep, once they get the approvals, with the help of these renders, they’ll value engineer to the point of looking nothing like this.

Anonymous
2 years ago

neato

Anonymous
2 years ago

Build the pretty one first, please.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Where’s the building base? Most of these towers fail to create a proper urban experience at street level.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Car Parking.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Walmart really oughta sell now, and this will be great TOD for a Midtown Coastal Link station.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I agree. Let’s build the Coastal Link!

No Casino!
2 years ago

Please NO Casino! No card room! And definitely no slot machines! This mess is too much for this tiny site. Worse traffic on NE 2nd Avenue and on Biscayne Blvd is TERRIBLE.

marc
2 years ago

Too interesting a design. Never gonna happen.

Anonymous
2 years ago

And the Renderings?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wow, what beauties! Arquitectonica should take notes at how to make what are otherwise boxes absolute stunners.

Anonymous
2 years ago

620,000 sf of parking? Does Galbut have some sort of parking fetish?

Either way the City has doomed the Biscayne corridor to be a car-dependent hell hole.

Anonymous
2 years ago

gotta have enough for the gamblers… errr… office tenants and customers. LMAO

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hope Borinquen takes over a significant portion, they really need the space

Go Miami go!
2 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!
Get it built fast.
Go Miami go.

No slot machines!
2 years ago

No casinos! Hopefully Galbut will NOT install any slot machines. Our poor residents and tourists
are suffering enough! Plus, that section of Biscayne Blvd up to NE 40th Street is in traffic gridlock.

Dokter
2 years ago

I will bet you anything that a “card room” is planned for that 60.000 SF currently labeled “fitness.”

No slot machines...
2 years ago

61,000+ sq ft Fitness Room? We sure hope Galbut and his buddies at Magic City Casino do NOT put slot machines anywhere near this project! As usual, Galbut maxes out any possible Floor Lot Area. Sad for the neighbors…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Sorry buddy, you know it’s probably in the cards.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Starting to get motion sickness from all these wavy buildings