Developer Of Edgewater Tower Gets Utilities For 324 Apartments

The developer planning the 2900 Terrace luxury apartment tower in Edgewater has finalized a deal to connect the new building to the water and sewer system.

According to the utilities agreement completed last month, 2900 Terrace will include:

  • 324 apartments
  • 8,000 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 8,000 square feet of retail

Over 500 parking spaces are also planned, according to a filing with the Urban Development Review Board in November.

The 38-story tower is being designed by Arquitectonica.

Oak Row Equities and LNDMRK are the developers.

 



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Downtowner
29 days ago

I really like the base/pedestal, especially the arcaded treatment.

Cover the Podiums
29 days ago

its a blank wall…liner units are a much better option

Anon
29 days ago

They’re not always an option.

Anon
29 days ago

I see board-formed concrete and copper louvers – where do you see a blank wall?

Anonymous
29 days ago

I believe his point here any every other post, is it’s underutilized space.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Not sure why you’re downvoted. You’re consistent and right. There’s always an option.

Jordan
29 days ago

See post above.
“Liner units” are very expensive. In landlocked Edgewater, Overtown, West Brickell, and most neighborhoods that are not on the waterfront, the juice is not worth the squeeze to develop liner units.

Consistent….but not right.

Wrong….but never uncertain.

Jordan
29 days ago

So…when you add liner units, it requires significant cost and engineering dollars to create a separation between the “liner units” and the parking structure.

Cars driving in parking structure create vibration and loads that would shake all your Spiderman dolls off your “liner unit” shelves if there weren’t significant separation between the infrastructure holding up the parking and the liner units.

If you have ever been to an office building where you park, take an elevator to the lobby, walk across the lobby, and take an elevator to the office you are visiting, you have experienced this, and probably know why.

Unless there is a water view for the “liner units” like in Jade Brickell, then it is rarely worth the expense. Luis Revuelta does it all the time, but he does it in buildings where the liner units have views or features to make the units worth that additional expense.

Truth Matters
29 days ago

Been done before.
Just look past Overtown from I95

Anonymous Edgewater Resident
29 days ago

This one looks *so* good. We also badly need restaurant and retail in this area, so this will be a welcome addition to our evolving neighborhood!

Vicky bakery lover
28 days ago

More ground floor retail!!!

CERTIFIED BRICKELL BOY
29 days ago

Time for me to become a CERTIFIED EDGEWATER BOY?? I dunno 🤔 whaddya think?? 😜😝

Anonymous Edgewater Resident
28 days ago

Come on over! Most of us were one-time Brickell residents.

Anon
29 days ago

Stunning

Anon
29 days ago

500 parking spaces translate to how many more potential apts?

Melo is sigma and Chad
29 days ago

Go ask the county to extend the metrorail and metromover, until then dont complain about parking. Plus the developers are following the parking miniums

Anonymous
29 days ago

Complain about commissions putting the requirements back in, and letting developers ask for wholesale waivers from Miami21.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Another beaut by Arquitectonica!