Developer Submits Plan For 649-Foot Tower On City Hall Site In Edgewater

The Federal Aviation Administration is now reviewing a developer’s plan to build what could become the tallest building in Edgewater.

If approved, the tower would rise to a height of 643-feet above ground, or 649-feet above sea level. It would be built on the property where the City Hall restaurant is now operating, at the corner of 20th Street and Biscayne Boulevard.

Verzasca Group, a developer controlled by Russian and other investors, previously said that they planned to build a 60-story residential tower with 405 units on the site. They also said that the tower would be iconic, and that it is being designed by a world-renowned architect.


Previously: Russians Plan ‘Tallest Building In Edgewater,’ Designed By ‘World Renowned Architect’