Demolition Underway At 1900 Biscayne, Where Edgewater Collective Towers Planned

Demolition is now underway at the Edgewater Collective property at 1900 Biscayne property, according to a tweet from Ryan RC Rea.

Edgewater Collective is planned to have three towers, including two at 1900 Biscayne and one at 2000 Biscayne.

Developer Kushner says it will be a “megaproject.” A total of 1,299 luxury rental apartments are planned, along with 24,000 square feet of retail.

Vertical construction is already underway on the first tower at 2000 Biscayne.

There does not yet appear to be a construction permit pending for the second two towers.

City records show that multiple demolition permits have been issued at the 1900 Biscayne property, including for several structures dating back to 1917, 1924, and 1928.

 

(photos: Ryan RC Rea)

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Melo is sigma and chad
4 months ago

Can’t wait till melo starts theirs across the street. This cycle has been lacking major developments directly on biscayne and this and others is finally changing it.

Antennae
4 months ago

I don’t care what anyone says. This project will be a game changer for the area. It will look beautiful

Anonymous
4 months ago

The Vampire strikes again. It’s an ugly piece of crap!

Anonymous
4 months ago

If it was Melo or Related, who churn out comparable crap, you would be saying they should be given the key to the city.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Filling in that skyline! I ❤️ it!

Nick
4 months ago

Much needed

Anonymous
4 months ago

Ugly, they are like seizure triggering!!!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Too much going on with these towers. You might as well have A/C units on random windows. It looks better than the monstrosity proposed to stick out of the old church across the street, but come on.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Non waterfront luxury…

Anonymous
4 months ago

The luxury is in being in Miami in the first place!

chongalicious
4 months ago

and the traffic and new fpl rates!!!

Anonymous
4 months ago

The 2000 Biscayne proposal was better with some curves. Instead, we another two Melo-tier turd boxes…

AJ Reddy
4 months ago

I let you in on a secret. It’s not on waterfront but will have the best water views because Cite in front is a low rise an will be so for the next 100 years.

Anonymous
4 months ago

They look like rectangular coronavirus

Dude
4 months ago

Lolol true

city_beautiful
4 months ago

The city needs to create more pedestrian friendly access. Wider sidewalks and bicycle lanes, which in turn alleviates the traffic and congestion, some more green spaces like parks and local grocery food stores. Overall we need a better urban design before its too late.

Ken steffes
4 months ago

These are not award winning looking structures by and means and will date the Miami skyline very quickly.

Archiami
4 months ago

these towers makes me uneasy, anxious

Keeping it Real
4 months ago

Look, I’m no fan of the Kushner family but I honestly don’t get the hate these buildings are getting. IMO they look WAY better than literally any Melo tower that has risen to date. These at least have some character.

Anonymous
4 months ago

You are right on that: Melo is the worst!!!

Pájaro nalgon
4 months ago

Agree!

Pájaro nalgon
4 months ago

These designs are not that bad!

m m
4 months ago

Year 1 Architecture students design better. This is hideous.

BDub
4 months ago

Year 1 Architecture students’ livelihoods don’t depend on satisfying a client.

Neler
4 months ago

This project is going to be about as luxurious as water is tasty

Not Anonymous
4 months ago

Not these again…