Demolition Permit Submitted At 3200 Biscayne, Construction Permit For Hotel Pending

A total demolition permit application has just been filed at 3200 Biscayne in Edgewater, where a hotel is planned by Urbanica.

A construction permit is already in review since January, and a tree permit is pending since December.

Miami’s Zoning Department also issued a final decision on waivers needed for the development on May 24.

According to the construction permit, the new development will include:

  • 199 hotel rooms
  • 4,731 square feet of restaurant

The hotel rooms will be located on levels 4 through 8, with a total of 176,111 square feet over five floors. The restaurant will be located on level 1.

Total hard construction cost is estimated at $31,648,351. Total size of construction is 180,842 square feet.

 

 

An older rendering of the Edgewater at 3200 Biscayne:

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YEET
17 days ago

Excellent location for a new hotel! Miami is winning as per usual!

Anonymous
17 days ago

Yeah.. thanks to all the new bodies from New York and California, along with other places also.

BDub
17 days ago

Too bad they’re not going taller.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Ya that rendering is very misleading…it’ll be a stub compared to that unfortunately. Could’ve had some office as well.

Conno Sir
17 days ago

So glad to see an Urbanica Hotel this side of the bay. The Argentina based company specializes in boutique properties with service oriented details and best of all smoke free and pet friendly. This will be wonderful for Edgewater

Anonymous
17 days ago

i love to see more latin american investment in miami, kind of rare nowadays with all of these NYC rats taking over our city.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Yeah, “NYC rats” with money and knowledge…

Anonymous
17 days ago

Praying the new design is something with curves, and maybe articulation, crowns, and/or a spire. Even better, if it pays architecture homage to the Beverly Terrace apartment house. The old rendering looks like some nondescript hotel on Federal Highway in the northern end of Downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Anonymous
17 days ago

That older rendering looks classy for the area.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Not classy at all, being a glass box next to a beautiful pre-war apartment house, which is indeed classy.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Are talking about that yellow building that looks like NAZI barracks?

Anonymous
17 days ago

Yep, the one that looks like WWII NAZI barracks.

Melo, the true giga chad
17 days ago

Gentrification in progress. Lets keep it up

Anonymous
17 days ago

What you are actually witnessing is capitalism in action.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Even worse

Anonymous
17 days ago

You know, you can always move to any communist country of your liking anytime you choose .

Anonymous
17 days ago

You must be the thirty percent who approve of Buydumb.

Anonymous
17 days ago

And you must be another Chump Zombie Storm Trooper.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Useful lad…

Melo is sigma and Chad
17 days ago

Glad the old yellow apartment next door is being preserved and finally this part of biscayne gets need high rises.

Anonymous
17 days ago

It’s historically designated, if that means anything. All it takes is a “mysterious” fire or a crane falling on it, both true stories in this city.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Is this an old rendering? They said “hotel rooms level four thru eight”. However, this rendering shows a tower with approximately 22 stories.

Anon
17 days ago

have you tried reading the article?

Downtowner
17 days ago

I was thrown off, too. The rendering is actually an old one. It seems like this one will top out at 8 floors.

Biscayne
16 days ago

Street lights need to be; installed on each intersection on Biscayne. It’s very dangerous to make left turns to Biscayne w/out lights.

Shawn Kouri
17 days ago

We just need to see renderings of the new hotel

hispanic don shula
17 days ago

just say no to renderings