Ellipsis, A 34-Unit Residential Tower Proposed In Edgewater

A 13-story residential building called Ellipisis is now moving through the approval process in Edgewater.

Ellipisis is proposed to include 34 units, in a tower designed by architect Kobi Karp.

The property site is at 702 and 708 Northeast 26 Street, across from the Missoni Baia site and behind the Onyx on The Bay condo building.

The developer is One World Properties, and lists an email address at the Prive Developers domain.

Miami’s UDRB is scheduled to review the plans at a meeting next week.

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Beautiful building …… I like the idea to have different architectures in the area . This will be a very urban chick design area close to everything ……

Anonymous
4 years ago

Retail/restaurants along Biscayne will happen next.

Anonymous
4 years ago

It looks beautiful

Amanda
4 years ago

YES!!! I love that Edgewater has so many different building styles, whereas Brickell has the same square boxes on every corner.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Absolutely stunning – happy to see an eclectic mix of architecture finally starting to pop up around Miami

Anonymous
4 years ago

beautiful!!!!rental or condo?…..

Anonymous
4 years ago

Elegant boutique building.

Voltron
4 years ago

Love the design of the building but this is a terrible spot, jammed in between Onyx and the Onyx garage looking straight at Missoni. It would be great on the new parcel just purchased by OKO where the Jesuit building is.

Anonymous
4 years ago

For some reason I doubt the guy spent $54 million on land to build a 13-story tower. Of course, I wouldn’t mind. I’m in the mindset that towers should be staggered from the bay to allow for 1. More buildings to have views, and 2. A skyline that looks denser.

Voltron
4 years ago

Yes of course… although it doesn’t look like a huge parcel so not sure how tall they’ll be able to build.

Anonymous
4 years ago

However, this is showing that demand for Edgewater now looks past the views alone. Might just become a complete neighborhood after all.

Voltron
4 years ago

True. I hope so.. I hope it becomes more walkable with better shops and restaurants on Biscayne.

aceraroja
4 years ago

Really nice. Too bad it’s stuck behind that bubble-era crap on the bay. Still curious about how Edgewater comes out in the future. For now it’s still a bunch of garage entrances looming over cute old houses and nowhere to walk to get food etc.