Crescent Heights Wants To Begin Developing New Edgewater Community At 3000 Biscayne ‘As Soon As Possible’

Crescent Heights has confirmed they will be moving forward with plans to build a major new project in Edgewater.

According to documents reviewed by a city plat committee last month, the new project will include:

  • 754 residential units (400 at Tract A, 354 at Tract B)
  • 268,654 square feet of office
  • 16,720 square feet of retail (split evenly between Tract A and Tract B)
  • 38,450 square-foot grocery store
  • 61,450 square feet fitness
  • 620,731 square feet of parking

Crescent Heights managing principal Russell Galbut confirmed the plans to The Real Deal, and said that the timeline to begin active development is “as soon as possible.”

A total of 5.266 acres of land is being replatted, including land at 3050 Biscayne Boulevard. That property has a 10-story, 90,480 square-foot office building which will remain.

 

 

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Anonymous

The boundaries between MidTown and Edgewater are finally disappearing.

Anonymous

Rebuild Biscayne into a complete street. Complete the conversion.

Anonymous

… and it’s about time!

Anonymous

Make Edgewater Great Again!

transplant

Edgewater’s mini Brickell City Centre? haha

transplant

But how about some renderings? Along with that mysterious 830 Brickell office tower rendering

Anonymous

A massing model isn’t a rendering.

Anonymous

This local developer should care about the neighborhood. If they did, they’d want to build transit *on* the street, and also bike lanes. They’d want to slow down traffic and make it easier to cross as a pedestrian.

Short of it is: reduce the number of cars on the road.

Anonymous

Shesshhh.. shut up! You talk as if you’ve expertly built neighborhoods around the world. These people at Crescent Heights know what their doing. I was in Miami, where I’m from but haven’t live there for thirty years, for twenty three days and take it from me, there are a lot of places in Miami that’s sorely in need of improvement.

One step at a time buddy, that’s what it’s going to take.

Anonymous

> These people at Crescent Heights know what their doing.

Yes, they’re job is to make boatloads of money for their investors – which they do.

Anonymous

Where ever you work (if you work) modus operandi is to “make boatloads of money for their investors” or their company. If you don’t think that’s true, then you don’t understand capitalism at all.

Anonymous

True. Thank you. Developers are FOR PROFIT organizations… these are not non profits. Get a clue you people. And the city is always on the take and looking for more prop tax revenue so what do they care if there is more traffic.

Anonymous

they’re NOT their.

Anonymous

Heck, I’m satisfied that he/she spelled it correctly.

Anonymous

City hearings are open to the Public.

Anonymous

Isn’t there a better neighborhood name we can use instead of Edgewater. The name isn’t that great just call in north downtown

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What’s wrong with it? A little basic yes, but it’s too late in the game to change it now for such a large neighborhood. Or we could call it EdWa….

Anonymous

yeah let’s change the name of Miami too to North South America… or NoSoAm. Not sure where the accents should go?

Anonymous

oh yes, that’s a great original creative name. i’m sure someone at the city will be reading this and the name will be changed.

Anonymous

Except it’s not downtown, you idiot. What’s wrong with Edgewater anyway? It’s a beautiful name. Miramar was already changed to the A&E District and forms the northern boundary of the greater downtown area, but at least that’s warranted by confusion over Miramar, Broward County and because it’s where the Metromover stops.