Demolition Underway At Edgewater Site Where 38-Story Tower Planned

Demolition is now underway at an Edgewater property where a condo tower rising up to 38 stories is planned, photos taken by Ryan RC Rea show.

The demolished home dates back to 1940, according to county records.

Two vacant lots on either side of the home will also be incorporated into the new development.

Two New York developers are behind the project: SB Development Group and Hazelton Capital Group.

The developers have said they plan a boutique condo building designed by Kobi Karp and Argentina’s Dieguez Fridman, with a ground floor restaurant.

Renderings of the new tower have not yet been released.

Separately, a 55-story waterfront tower called 710 Edge is planned on the same lock.

Both new projects will extend the baywalk. City rules require the construction of a publicly-accessible pedestrian promenade as part of any new bayfront development.

 

(photos: Ryan RC Rea)

Previous renderings of a potential 38-story, 92-unit tower on the site from architect Ayenk:

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Azarius
1 month ago

Love all the developments and density coming to Edgewater

Anonymous
1 month ago

As someone who lives on this street, thank god. The vacant lots were consistently overgrown and covering the sidewalk, and now the Baywalk will connect to Icon and Crimson. Though Crimson has theirs illegally locked from the public.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Beautiful Edgewater Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

edgewater is already a nice, lively neighborhood, when those empty lots are developed it will be a fantastic neighborhood

Anonymous
1 month ago

Except for the complete exposed garage on the south side the original rendering looks pretty good

Anonymous
1 month ago

And odd that that the garage side has the water views.

Anonymous
1 month ago

When I see what a “concealed” garage looks like (i.e., Related and Melo projects), it’s fine by me.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love the random parasailor in the rendering…lmao

Anonymous
1 month ago

It is sensational to see another tower facing the Bay, with a great location and free and infinite views of the water. And the sidewalk benefits residents of the entire region. Another tower that will sell quickly in this wildly heated real estate market.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Edgewater adds another unique design.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Edgewater and unique design are an oxymoron. At least this one has some articulation at the top, I suppose.

Anonymous
1 month ago

These renderings aren’t being built, so we don’t know what the design of the actual building will be like.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“City rules require the construction of a publicly-accessible pedestrian promenade as part of any new bayfront development.”
They don’t prohibit parking garages to face entire blocks, however. Any good New Urbanism which looked good on paper as Miami21 is sodomized with waivers.

Anonymous
1 month ago

no pity on the people that buy any condo in edgewater when you see the videos of the streets being flooded and cars floating away lmao

Anonymous
1 month ago

Kinda like The Obama buying a home on Martha’s Vineyard. ?