Edgewater Property Owner Proposes 28-Story Residential High Rise

The new owner of a property in Edgewater is proposing to build a residential tower.

Union Excalibur, LLC has submitted plans to build a 28-story, 293-foot residential tower at 522 and 526 NE 34th Street. The company purchased the 16,500-square-foot site at the edge of the Bay Point condo parking lot for $3.6 million earlier this year.

The entity that is proposing the project is controlled by Andres Goldenberg and Alejandro Eskenazi, who are said to be from Argentina. A mailing address listed on the application is shared with a legal services provider operating out of 1400 Biscayne. Goldenberg lists an email address at thespider-investments.com domain, which also hosts a partially built website with an unclear business purpose.

If built, the tower will include 56 units and 99 parking spaces.

Behar Font is the project architect.

 

 

 

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Anonymous

Very nice exterior . Can’t wait. I love Miami more and more it is truly the city of the future.

Jake

Oh dear… I know its Miami but dang that’s loud and gaudy lol. Right up there with the home run sculpture at the Marlin’s Stadium

Anonymous

Two units per floor? Interesting.

Anonymous

Another hideous parking podium.

Danny

Could’ve done something better but guess they are trying to maximize on FAR.

Really???

Miami 21 doesn’t have FAR. It’s FLR now.

Danny

Miami 21 does have FAR and FLR.

http://www.miami21.org/Glossary_of_Terms.asp

Really???

Actually it doesn’t. That’s a link to the website that was there for a lot of reasons among which was describing the difference between the new proposed code and the old code. You needed to understand the meaning of the old term to compare it to the new term.

However look through at the definition of terms in the actual code. FAR is not a term listed.

Anonymous

Why the attitude ? Relax

Anonymous

OMG!!! hahhaha….What a monstrosity !!!

Anonymous

who will buy those big units knowing that they have an empty lot between them and the bay that one day will block all their views…this job will not happen.

plus it seems ut has the garage and its ramp just under the bldg.

Danny

They will simply sue or put a complaint. Hopefully who ever builds on the lot does not request variances.

Anonymous

they willl get the same variances this owner is getting…setting precedent.

Anonymous

People please, there’s more than one reason to buy in a condo building than just a “view.”

Anonymous

that empty land is owned by The Hamilton building. Nothing will be happening there

Anonymous

A pathetic mish mash of a dozen other buildings and developer styles, absolutely hideous. People forget that this crap is going to be around for decades or until Miami’s under water. Where is the UDRB in this?

Anonymous

Well it’s either that or look “cookie cutter.” Go and look at some european cities, after seeing five buildings, it can get really redundant.

marc

Apparently this tower will be called Spark and the pedestal will be slightly different including no blue art work.

defamed

I think it converses with the neighborhood, it’s almost as ugly as the 70’s monstrosity across the street. This is seriously the most horrible building being proposed in Miami today. What’s with the circles, the color scheme of the parking podium façade, and did I say circles?

Anonymous

I’ll admit that the parking podium facade is extreme and the reminder that you’re next to the Atlantic ocean and water with the circles is always a redundant scheme, but this building being ugly?….I think you’re being a bit too rediculous.