Healthy Traffic At Missoni Baia Sales Center In Edgewater, Where Units Start At $1.7M

Is there interest in an Edgewater condo project where the lowest priced units start at $1.7 million?

One worker at the Missoni Baia project says the answer is yes. On a typical weekday last week, the valet said that there had been about 20 visitors to the project’s sales office.

The 146-unit condo is priced higher than any other in Edgewater at $900 per square foot, and features large unit sizes that bring the entry price to $1.7 million. Developer OKO Group would not reveal sales statistics for the project.

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

I don’t care what anybody says. This is a stunning building. There is no doubt this is the reason there is high traffic in sales. The building exudes elegance.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I agree. It is a stunning building.

Anonymous
4 years ago

building is beautiful….may catapult edgewater to new highs for $ per sq ft….wonder about Elysee….

Anonymous
4 years ago

Edgewater will be the best place in the next years…..close to downtown , brickell , miami beach , design district , midtown , etc….. and major roads connections 🙂

Anonymous
4 years ago

Absolutely. Though I wish they would capitalize on this and turn that central part of Biscayne Blvd. more pedestrian friendly. There’s plenty of shopping and dining north in Midtown and the DD, and south in Downtown, but nothing along that corridor.

Anonymous
4 years ago

A streetcar on Biscayne would be great from say 79th Street to downtown.

Anonymous
4 years ago

They must fix all the 395 exits to Edgewater, traffic flow is a nightmare. Now you have approx. 1500 more people moving into Melo soon…not good for traffic.

Alpina
4 years ago

So what happened with OKO’s project next to SLS Lux???

Anonymous
4 years ago

Hope the building looks like the last rendering cause it’s beautiful. Sucks about the Edgewater location though, would rather be Brickell or South Beach.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I know what you mean about the Edgewater location. I tend to agree but in 10 years time, this area may be different.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes but it has little or no transit to speak of. Metromover should go beyond Omni to DD

Anonymous
4 years ago

Edgewater/Biscayne corridor will be special in a few years once all new projects are done.. It has a laid back “feel”.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Problem with Edgewater is it’s not walkable and has little/no transit.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Not walkable? Within a mile you have all the offerings of Edgewater, Midtown, Wynwood and the Design District. Just add a couple blocks to that, and you’re in Park West/CBD. How do people on this site think that anything less than 1 block is unfeasible?

Now transit is a problem (lol@Trolley), but will be solved with TriRail Coastal/All Aboard Florida, as well as the recently announced streetcar.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Please, go take a 1 mile stroll over unshaded concrete on a 95* summer day at 85% humidity and come back to tell me how walkable it is.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Um, I do. Maybe you should try it. Probably would do you some good

Anonymous
4 years ago

Tri Rail and All Aboard FL will not help much. The only transit in the area will be trolley or bus service.

Anonymous
4 years ago

How will Tri Rail not help? There will be a station to serve midtown/Edgewater. Oh ya, it might be more than a block away–unfathomable

What do we want? Transit! Where do we want it? Every block!

Seriously, look at any actual successful transit model, and good access still likely requires walking a couple blocks. If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen