Edgewater’s 296-Unit Modera Biscayne Bay To Welcome Hundreds Of Residents Beginning August

The 27-story Modera Biscayne Bay in Edgewater is now nearly complete and ready to welcome its first residents next month.

The first of several hundred new residents in the apartment complex will begin moving in August, the developer said last month.

Pre-leasing is already underway.

Modera Biscayne Bay includes a total of 296 apartments and 11,000 square feet of retail space.

Construction on the 27-story tower began in mid-2019.

As part of the project, Bayshore Drive is getting a brand new connection to 22nd Street underneath the new building.

The area is a “walker’s paradise,” according to developer Mill Creek Residential, which says it has a Walk Score of 90. Shopping, dining, entertainment and parks are all within walking distance.

Corwil is the architect.

 

(photo: Ryan RC Rea)


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Anonymous
5 months ago

These are priced pretty strongly, not sure I’d pay over 3K for a one bedroom here.

Anonymous
5 months ago

That’s obscene!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Wow reallly? Those are Brickell prices in a malt liquor neighborhood.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Malt liquor is complementary in the lobby.

Anonymous
5 months ago

there is a Keurig malt liquor machine

Anonymous
5 months ago

i love malt liquor

Anonymous
5 months ago

Bahhhhahahaha

Anonymous
5 months ago

Nah, it’s at least Bud Lite.

Marc
5 months ago

Wait until you see prices elsewhere. The new mid-rise on Calle Ocho near 22nd Ave is asking $2,100/mo for a studio. Absolutely insane for that neighborhood, at least this is in Edgewater.

Anonymous
5 months ago

and in Miami yall still have to have a car and be in traffic on top of it. and it’s a vertical suburb

Anonymous
5 months ago

The bus runs on that street, yall just dont want to catch the bus

Anonymous
5 months ago

For the south side of Calle Ocho bordering Shenandoah, which used to be one of Miami’s most prestigious neighborhoods and is seeing somewhat of a renaissance, $2,100/mo sounds about right.

Anonymous
5 months ago

^^^lol that sounds right to you? $2100/mo for a studio in the barrio? I’m paying far less than that for a 1000 sq ft. 1 bedroom in an oceanfront building in Broward. You gotta shop around more. People commute for a reason–because the commute is worth it for a nicer an possible cheaper place to live.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Shenandoah is FAR from a barrio. Fixer uppers are in the low half million range with move-in ready homes averaging 800k+. Granted, that building they mentioned is right at the edge of Shenndoah, but still that area is far from being a “barrio”.

Anonymous
5 months ago

The most under rated hood in Miami with the best location.
Literally the heart of the city. Shenandoah sits between Brickell, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, airport, Little Havana and easily bike ride to Key Biscayne.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Commuting is so old and tired.
Stay in Broward and enjoy your polluting waste of time behind the wheel.

Anonymous
5 months ago

in the ghet-to

Anonymous
5 months ago

i live a few blocks away…. grateful for street opening thru…and this building is somewhat mundane but at night looks better lit up….rooftop looks nice

Anonymous
5 months ago

Good looking building and nice work with the streets. Very good for Edgewater….but over $4 per sq ft for rents!?!? I wish them the best.

Anonymous
5 months ago

They can ask those rents cause the roof top amenities including dual decks for the residents is a big draw plus the location.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Thank gawd people like you didn’t ignore those facts.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Now this is what I’m talking about when I say, for Miami, design apartment buildings with balconies.

Very good looking building!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Boring box!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yeah, your critique is really worthwhile…

Anonymous
5 months ago

boring commenter

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yeah its almost ready, I could see lights in the units at night so I know theyre working night and day to put the finishing touches.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Will N Bayshore drive be open to the public through the building? Walked there a while back and it was a huge inconvenience not being able to go through the building…

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yes, it will be a public street.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Fugly

Anonymous
5 months ago

Was supposed to be June so 2 month delay

Anonymous
5 months ago

Anyone know if they are doing anything with the rest of the property (the part where the church fronted 21st St)? Seem like they mainly put the building where the old parking lot was and still quite a bit of land inside their fence that is currently empty.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Required open space.

Anonymous
5 months ago

future retail

Anonymous
5 months ago

Phase II

Anonymous
5 months ago

Great more people moving to the neighborhood, more density, good for the local business

Anonymous
5 months ago

nothing good looking about this building

Anonymous
5 months ago

What is coming on the empty lot next to it?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Another expert has spoken!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Lol

Anonymous
5 months ago

Beautiful! Keep on building!!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

I suspect that those Upper East Side Manhattan prices are asking prices and might be negotiable as folks know that this is NOT Manhattan:;you would have to be a real”freier” to pay those prices .

Anonymous
5 months ago

It’s cute that you think that’s similar to prices in the Upper East Side of Manhattan 😂 Try starting closer to AT LEAST 3k for a studio.

Anonymous
5 months ago

hI out of curiosity I checked what was a rental building on West 13 st /5th ave Manhattan where I paid $180 a month for a 360 sq ft studio in prehistoric early 1970s.
I t was later cooped and an owner is now asking $2300 for the same sized unit- -or >$6.00 a sq foot a price that does exceed this new building .

Anonymous
5 months ago

does miami have the same pay scale and jobs as nyc/manhattan????

Anonymous
5 months ago

Another boring, basic building made out of Surfside materials.

Anonymous
5 months ago

WOW, just wow 😕

Anonymous
5 months ago

Boring. Basic. Terrible and needless design by including a car underpass below the building. As if we need more poorly constructed buildings near the water.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Okayyyy… don’t go overboard, because the competitors of this project didn’t pay you to say all that.