Foundation Work Underway At Missoni Baia Tower In Edgewater

Missoni Baia’s six-story parking garage is getting close to top off, and piling work appears to be in progress for the 57-story residential tower.

Plans filed with the city last year show that the garage will be connected by a bridge to the residential tower.

In January 2018, the developers announced that they had already installed nearly 200 piles and 150 tons of steel reinforcing bar as they worked to complete the foundation.

According to an agreement filed with Miami Dade’s Water and Sewer Department this month, the tower will have 146 residential units. Earlier, the developer had filed plans with the city to increase the project’s unit count from 146 to 249.

A construction permit recently worked on (but still not approved) also lists the unit count at 146, along with a 58-story, 696-foot building height.

 

 

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Anonymous

Stunning and elegant tower

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Anonymous

I love it.. it’s not fussy.

Anonymous

A glass box with an ugly backside and tumor parking garage. Exactly what Miami needs more of!

Anonymous

Edgewater is booming.

Anonymous

Wow – how unusual – a white and glass tower. Never seen anything like that before. Cutting-edge design. OMG.

POLO

The max height for that area is 649 FT MSL. The 696 FT height will never be approve by the FAA.

Anonymous

Sleek and elegant looking tall slim building.

Anonymous

This is a box. By the outside, it’s going to be difficult to note if this is residential or commercial. For the price point, you’d expect something more exciting.

Although mad props for the sax girl!!

Anonymous

The people who paid to live there won’t be confused.

chupacabra..L.L.C.

dental office aesthetic club…..stiff like ya getting ready to get a tooth pulled

Anonymous

Piss poor urban planning allowing standalone parking garages in this neighborhood.

Anonymous

why would you build the garage right on the water? that makes no sense. there’s a reason they put the pedestals for most of these buildings (ie, iconbay, biscayne beach, paraiso) behind the residential buildings…the water view is worth too much to waste 6 floors of bayfront on parking. looks better from the bayside and is fine for the residents.

Anonymous

Until storm surge wipes out the first 3 floors, what a waste of airspace

Anonymous

Looks like the parking garage is behind the building, right?

Anonymous

Except there should be incentive for lofts wrapping around it. Not necessesarily everybody wants a waterfront view when the location minutes away from downtown and the beach is already good.