Developer Gets Utilities For Mixed-Use Project At 3600 Biscayne

The developer planning a mixed-use tower at 3600 Biscayne Boulevard in Edgewater has signed a deal with the county to connect the new building to the water and sewer system.

According to the utilities agreement recorded on March 8, the project will include:

  • 175 apartments
  • 33,802 square feet of retail

The developer will get credit for demolishing 4,889 square feet of retail and 8,736 square feet of daycare currently on the site, reducing the connection charge.

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board recommended approval of the design in December, and the FAA approved the 231-foot height of the 18-story tower in January.

An affiliate of Pacific Star Capital is the developer.

Alfonso Jurado Architecture is the architect.

 



 

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Anonymous
28 days ago

Big day for 36 and Biscayne…hopefully the next announcement is that hideous Chase location getting redeveloped, including the entire parcel behind it, which was a gas station in a previous life before getting demolished and sitting vacant for about 20 years now.

Anon
28 days ago

I doubt it. I think it’s more important to wipe out the gas stations and ugly fast food drive throughs over a multi story building. The parcel behind it however is a different story…

Anonymous
28 days ago

Unfortunately, many gas stations and fast food drive-thrus are considered valuable because you can’t building them in those location and specifications under current Code.

huh, what? wait a minute
27 days ago

where will we buy gas? where will we get our caes washed?

MKW
28 days ago

The worst intersection in the most congested part of Miami is about to get exponentially worse.

Bilbo Baggins
28 days ago

Think for a second just how bad this intersection will be when you have this project being built simultaneously with the enormous office building across the street.

Anonymous
28 days ago

They need to add a metro mover before they approve any new development above downtown. The traffic it causes is rediculous!

Vicky bakery lover
28 days ago

Whole Foods!!!!??

Andyinmiami
17 days ago

There is a Whole Foods being built 10 streets south on ground floor of new condo development.

Calivalle
28 days ago

Love my old hood getting all dress up for the party

Anonymous
27 days ago

She still hood bro. Just new nails 💅

ParkingHater
27 days ago

Parroting what I said in the other article, people need to start paying attention to FDOT and the 112/i195 PD&E project.

Say no to the double deck

Melo is sigma and Chad
28 days ago

Another anchor that will better connect the design distract and midtown. But next door savaje is being built out and they’re leaving hyde because of noise complaints but getting a new apartment built right next to it.

Melo is sigma and Chad
28 days ago

Oops thought it was the one across from eve, anyways 36th st even from the 42nd ave are getting alot of highrises.

Anan
28 days ago

5-6- large vacant lots on N.W. 36 street between 42 and 17 Ave that are waiting for the right developer.

Went to a DOT meeting recently about upcoming flyover work at 36th and 42 ave.
Another project coming from I95 to the palmetto at NW 36th street

Midtown Boogie
28 days ago

What’s going on with the Shell station across the street? They closed it down and put a fence around it.

Midtown Boogie
28 days ago

Disregard. The next article explains it. lol

Anonymous
28 days ago

A more impressive tower to serve as a worthy gateway to Edgewater. Read the other blog posts today.

Name*
28 days ago

It’s no Triptych

Anonymous
28 days ago

Which looked terrible to begin with.

Joseph
28 days ago

If the “underdeck” thing ever gets developed this building will be a huge beneficiary

Anon
28 days ago

They are nowhere near each other

Anonymous
28 days ago

This is like another mile north way above the core and there’s no metro mover or rail even, it land island.

Duh
28 days ago

They’re building a train station right there….

Anonymous
27 days ago

A long distance train to Orlando maybe? I doubt it. What good is that when Downtown station is close enough for long trips?

Anonymous
27 days ago

Still the core, but correct on the distance from the Underdeck.

ParkingHater
27 days ago

Underdeck is 836, wrong area. but there is a mega project being studied. a double deck of i195, it’s in PD&E rn

Yeppers
28 days ago

We must unify and protect the Denny’s from demolition. One of the few affordable and somewhat healthy dining options. I’ll be setting up meetings to discuss. Stay tuned for details.

Kas
28 days ago

Lmao

Anonymous
28 days ago

Fuckkkk that. We do NOT need a Denny’s in our neighborhood.

Anan
28 days ago

Is Denny’s beneath you ?

Anonymous
27 days ago

Frankly, yes.

Denny’s
27 days ago

My friends in Coral Gables don’t mind me there along Miracle Mile. Watch your language kiddo, or you won’t get chocolate chips in your pancakes.

Anonymous
28 days ago

This are needs a metro mover and wider highway on biscayne before anymore buildings are considered

Anonymous
28 days ago

Yeah, the homeless under I-95 need transportation options to their grand slam deals.

Anonymous
28 days ago

This is under a crappier highway, and between two highways

SNL skit
28 days ago

Count on the widening of Biscayne!

Anonymous
27 days ago

Widening, it’s going to need a double decker with all these high rises going up in the most inconvenient hard to reach part of the city.

huh, what? wait a minute
27 days ago

what land will you take for that?

huh, what? wait a minute
27 days ago

healthy? lmao

Johnny Blitz
23 days ago

Denny’s is not healthy dining my guy. All of it is processed and GMO.