First Look Inside Biscayne Beach, Where Closings Are Underway

Edgewater’s 391-unit Biscayne Beach is now turning over units to their new owners.

The first closings took place this week, although they haven’t been recorded in county documents yet. Units are being delivered “decorator ready,” without flooring.

One condo has been listed on the MLS. Unit #2304 includes 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, with 1,445 square feet of space. The asking price is $950,000. Flooring is included in the price.

The project features a sandy beach club area, and a rooftop that lights up at night in various colors.

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

What a vanilla ice box for 1 million dollar !!!!! the kitchen with no island ?
good luck !!!!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

just need another sucker to flip

Anonymous
4 years ago

Underwhelming

Anonymous
4 years ago

Views are stunning.
The interiors are pretty mundane and nothing out of the ordinary

Anonymous
4 years ago

Agree.. the units will definitely require an interior design.

Anonymous
4 years ago

For those prices they are asking a lot considering the work needed inside.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Welcome to preconstruction. Price is actually lower than the blended $/ft average of preconstruction sales

Anonymous
4 years ago

Most of the latest views inside the newest buildings have been underwhelming. More of the same generic design aside from the view.

I.Know.Miami
4 years ago

Paraiso Bay is gonna blow everyone away. the best development in Edgewater. That’s why so many celebrities investing there.

Anonymous
4 years ago

By investing you mean being paid for marketing?

Anonymous
4 years ago

by investing do you mean dodging taxes in their home countries??

U.Dont.Know.Shit
4 years ago

you know nothing!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Horrible layout…the kitchen dominates the living room….where do you put a couch?

Anonymous
4 years ago

If that unit on the MLS is asking $950,000 for 1,445 sq. ft. that’s $658 per square foot. So my parents condo at the Quantum with the same (or even better) unobstructable view are selling for $395 per square foot! I want someone to tell me why they can ask $263 a square foot more for this unit (less units…older building??) Please educate me, let me know. Thanks.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Prices are determined by what people are willing to pay, and there will always be a premium for the latest and greatest. With that said, the price is pure speculation this early in the game with a new building just being turned over. Will be interesting to see how the market reacts

Anonymous
4 years ago

Take a tour of any new buildings with an agent and they will show you the difference. Price may or may not be warranted.. its all biases and personal preferences.

FloorsR.MIA
4 years ago

these developer ready units are crazy. why not include flooring? The only condo that comes move in ready is Paraiso Bayviews. I can’t imagine closing on a unit and putting 30-50,000 more into a unit just to put floors in. What a buzz kill to get a brand new condo and wait until floors are done….Yikes.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yeap.. at a minimum the units need Flooring and Kitchen Island.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Where would you put a TV? The kitchen is much too long for that space. The only place to put a TV is on that small column near the bedroom door.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Flooring is included in the price…

What a steal!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Nope

Brickellite
4 years ago

No range hood in the kitchen? Shows developers just built to the lowest costs possible. What other corners did they cut? Do NOT invest here.

Anonymous
4 years ago

you can clearly see the range hood above the stove. Its concealed, clean look

Anonymous
4 years ago

Hey man, you got a lot of people commenting on here that thinks we’re still in the 1980’s.

wait
4 years ago

Agreed. This looks cheaply done.

Anonymous
4 years ago

the doorway looks like something from t.g.k county jail