Marketing Begins For Naranza At Edgewater Condo Project

A new condo project is being launched in Edgewater.

Naranza at Edgewater will include 137 condo units in an 18-story building, designed by Arquitectonica.

The lower levels of the tower will include office space and retail, along with a 274-space parking garage.

Prodesa is the developer, and Fortune International is handling sales. The project site is 444 Northeast 31st Street.

 

 

PreviouslyProdesa Condo Tower Proposed Next To Paraiso Bay

 

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Anonymous

And where are the plans to extend Mass Transit to this area?
Only in America!!!!!

Anonymous

At the very minimum, they need to extend the metromover to head several blocks further north to catch this population.

Anonymous

Love what is happening in Edgewater.. it’s going to be quite a nice walkable neighborhood.. and close to everything!

Anonymous

It will complement the area and block the uninspiring facade of Paraiso. Although, I agree Architectonica lately is delivering lackluster designs.

global reach

Glad it has much needed retail for that area.

Anonymous

Hope many other developers starts building all the proposed projects , Edgewater will be the next exotic corridor ……

Anonymous

A little late to the game but Im always done for some more infill

Carlos

Great Rental property

FH

They better be cheap or will add to the ever-increasing glut of overpriced condos in the market

Anonymous

How cheap would you want it to be?

Anonymous

Keep them affordable.. in $350/sq.ft. and they will sell quickly.

Anonymous

Resale is dipping down <$350/foot for direct water views…and still not selling quickly

Anonymous

price point????…without this being VERY competitive with pricing I don’t see much success as condo….maybe better as rental project…..

Ilovearchytecture

Next year Architectonica will start designing cereal boxes for Kellogg’s and Nabisco company

Ilovearchytecture

This condo is where Architectonica meets Mello construction!!
No that is anything wrong with it!!( Seinfeld)

Anonymous

The refracted windows, balconies, grass walls, etc. make it look cheap and ugly. Miami’s URB should ban or at least discourage this terrible excuse of an architectural “trend.” If it all lined up, it would be solid infill.

Anonymous

You and I are in the minority here, are you an architect or planner?

aceraroja

Agreed, same goofy look as Met 3 though at least here the balconies won’t be literally the cheapest steel mesh you can buy. It’s good infill though it has WAY too much parking.

RIP cute historic Edgewater. Soon it will be all white stucco parking podiums.

Anonymous

There goes Architectonica again with a square box and playing lego juxtaposing with balconies.
Will this ever stop?

Anonymous

I can only imagine the traffic nightmare just from Paraiso alone…Yikes