Kushner Confirms: Lime Green Design For 2000 Biscayne Is The Latest Rendering, Will Soon Break Ground

New York developer Kushner Companies has confirmed that they will build a 2017 plan for a 36-story tower at 2000 Biscayne in Edgewater, which includes lime green design accents.

Kushner took control of the property with plans for a tower that were fully approved Those plans are being retained, rather than going through another approval process with Miami’s Planning Department.

A spokesperson confirmed to The Next Miami last week that the 2017 design by Fort Lauderdale architect Dorsky + Yue that included the lime green paint job is the latest rendering for the project. The design was still “in flux” however and could be changed.

The project will include 393 apartment units in a 36-story tower, along with 455 parking spaces in an 8-story garage.

Construction is on track to begin in the first half of 2020.

Across the street, the developer is close to selecting an architect to design a twin tower project at 1900 Biscayne, the spokesperson said. A single tower design by Kobi Karp for the site is being scrapped in favor of the twin tower design.

Around 1,100 apartments will be built on both sides of the street.

 

 

 

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Anonymous

Norman Brahman is going to love this ! 😉

Anonymous

better than brown…

Anonymous

GO JARED!!!!!
Nice colors and design.
Fresh color for the area.

Anonymous

Bwwaaahahahahahhaaaaaaaaaaaa

Anonymous

you get excited by lime green? shouldn’t it be in bed bug brown? #bedbugDoral

Anonymous

LOL — big criminal con men

Anonymous

Does anyone know if Metromover will be extended to this area. It would be fab

Anonymous

not in your lifetime.

transplant

This looks like something that would have been built in Overtown circa 2003.

Anonymous

It will look amazing…

Anonymous

exactly — but at least not that Navy blue color on the next block. looks horrible.

Anonymous

who cares… at least they are building something on the land they own?

Anonymous

Build it and fill that part of the US1 corridor …..!!!

Anonymous

Exactly.. wish they build 100 more like it.

Anonymous

The Ivy wants its style back.

Anonymous

Ain’t the best, but nowhere near the worst.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Kinda like me…

Anonymous

Thicc

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WHY YOU HATIN ON LIME GREEN???

Anonymous

All family is really moving to Miami

Sgt. Sapingo

It looks like a Melo building circa 2006.

Anonymous

Back when Melo hired architects rather than schizophrenics having hallucinations of Aldi barcodes.

POLO

LIME UGLY!!!

Anonymous

Parking maximums are needed in Miami. Greater than 1 spot per unit is ridiculous.

Anonymous

Jeeezzzus will you people give it a rest……

Anonymous

Not much else to say about this project.

Anonymous

stop with the parking bullshit comments. no one is going to listen to you

Anonymous

you did. lmao

Anonymous

Yep. Keep complaining about parking in the comment section of TNM that’s really going to change the policy of this city.

I would rather go to Town Hall and voice my opinion to the leaders who we elect.

Anonymous

Forget it.. if this person was inquiring about moving into this building, you best believe he/she want a parking spot to come with it.