All Four Towers At The Paraiso Bay Complex Are Making Good Progress

The sales team at Paraiso Bay released a construction update, with all four towers in the complex having passed the amenities level.

In a little over a year, three of four towers are expected to be completed.

 

GranParaiso (Estimated Completion: Spring 2018):

Paraiso Bayviews (Estimated Completion: Fall 2017):

One Paraiso (Estimated Completion: End of 2017):

Paraiso Bay (Estimated Completion: Mid 2017):

Bay Homes (Estimated Completion: Mid 2017):

Beach Club:

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Beautiful project covering 10-acres… that neighborhood will completely change.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I have to admit that this is a very nice design. I am happy that it involves 4 towers, it will look quite whimsical coming into the city from the Beach. And with all the construction going on in Midtown, Edgewater and the Design District, the area will have a wonderful skyline. It will look like another downtown, “uptown”
NICE!!!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

After Elysee and Missoni towers are built, there will be no waterfront land left in Edgewater. Prices will go through the roof.

Anonymous
4 years ago

There will still be 2-3 pieces of waterfront land. The land in front of the new Spark tower just south of NE 34th Street. Also, some low rise apartments between 24th and 23rd. And of course there’s the church between 22nd and 21st. But yes the prices for these lots will be high for sure.

Anonymous
4 years ago

does this mean that my dad’s condo at quantum will go up in price direct bay views? I feel they are undervalued.

Aj
4 years ago

Yes

Anonymous
4 years ago

Will the bubble like effects of the facade take shape after the covering on the balcony glass is removed? The renderings showed it a bit more defined? Still exciting though 🙂

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yup. You can kind of see them in person even with the film.

Anonymous
4 years ago

More in the mornings when the sun hits it a certain way.

Aj
4 years ago

Edgewater is the best nabe in all of Miami now.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Great…plus a waterfront Michael’s Genuine restaurant!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Ya, hoping they put a rush on the Beach Club, like they did in Hallandale.

Jesus
4 years ago

Does anyone know the exact heights for each building? Google gives me nothing.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I believe these are the max height–649′

Gordy
4 years ago

These residences are already priced much lower than new condo projects,sometimes 50% less.(There was a 1-2 year delay in starting building after buyers sent in their deposits due to zoning problems and tree removal problems.)
When completed they will be most likely be way below market price. Particularly for such a beautiful complex very well located near Wynwood Arts and the Design Center Complex.

Anonymous
4 years ago

This project will be one of the most interesting projects in all the surrounding areas ……

Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s a shame the towers have an ugly side and it’s pointed towards the whole city.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Could some of the down-voters explain their reasoning?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Could some of the down-voters explain their reasoning?

Anonymous
4 years ago

I think they are referring to the same issue that icon Bayfront had the back hallways with the lights

dbz123
4 years ago

Icon Bay, Paraiso Bay and most of what gets built on the water have a plan where the units face the view, with a private elevator entrance and at the back they have an open air walk way to get to the stairs or trash. This layout maximizes the views, therefore cost. When the rest of the Edgewater gets filled in no-one will notice.

Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s very simple. ARQ designs and Miami’s Urban Design Review Board inexplicably allows buildings with a blank side which is the side facing the city which city residents see most. There are 30 or more buildings like this. I’m not aware of any major city that allows this. Even buildings in New York have to have a design for the “back” side that faces the alley. None of these buildimgs will ever be considered great architecture and Miami will never be considered a world class city for architecture.