New Rendering Released Of 60-Story Tower Planned By Aimco In Edgewater

Apartment developer Aimco has released another rendering on their website of a 60-story tower they plan in Edgewater.

In December, representatives of the developer told The Next Miami that the tower would have 241 apartments.

Aimco plans to build a 15,000 square foot public pedestrian plaza directly on the waterfront with open spaces on both sides. A restaurant will be located in front of the plaza.

To create the plaza, the developer intends to close the end of Northeast 34th Street. The street closure can be done administratively, the developer said, since it is being designed “to deliver on the City’s land use goals and objectives.”

The development will include an amphitheater, linear park, and kayak launch. There will also be a baywalk open to the public.

According to a filing with the Federal Aviation Administration, the tower will top off at 646 feet above ground, and 649 feet above sea level, which would make it the northernmost 600-foot tower within City of Miami limits.

 

 

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Anonymous
7 months ago

not impressed by its design but it will good for the area what i like the most about this project is the pedestrian plaza and the Baywalk

Anonymous
7 months ago

I feel the same way. They could have done better with the design.

Anonymous G
7 months ago

Similar to Wynwood Edgewater is exploding. Glad to see this one is moving forward!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Honey, all of Miami is exploding and for good.
It’s so exciting to be here now.
The tower will be majestic, it’s nice and tall….

Anonymous
7 months ago

It’s the same area just across the railroad tracks

Anonymous
7 months ago

And Edgewater wasn’t anything special but its changing.

Melo is sigma and chad
7 months ago

Good, hope to see the cranes up soon

Anonymous
7 months ago

I love it! Nice and clean.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Certainly an improvement over the cluttered window eyesores previously proposed.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Another boxy rectangle with a flat top … pity!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Looks great hope to see it built!

calivalle
7 months ago

Its a beauty…

Connor
7 months ago

Interesting that they included Hamilton on the Bay in the rendering given that they are in the process of demolition with that tower for another project in conjunction with this 60-tower

Connor
7 months ago

Oh wait nvm lol

Anonymous
7 months ago

Should be 1000’

Anonymous
7 months ago

Did they ever get those obnoxious tenant hold-outs out of the neighboring building they’re refurbishing?

Anonymous
7 months ago

Hope you never fall on tough times, friend.

Connor
7 months ago

The building is unsafe, friend

Anonymous
7 months ago

Ok. Sure, Jan…

Anonymous
7 months ago

Related’s buildings are unsafe already? I wouldn’t be surprised…

Anonymous
7 months ago

Did Related build Hamilton? Tbh anything built in the 80s in Miami should be inspected closely since it’s been or approaching 40 years.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I know some of those waterfront renters. The ones I know didnt fall on tough times….they had just grown accustomed to waterfront living at a 2010 price.

Anonymous
7 months ago

^lol, but Virtue Seekers cannot be thwarted by truth and facts.

Connor
7 months ago

I think they did but thats by Crescent Heights not Aimco if i’m correct

Anonymous
7 months ago

You’ve got bad intel for days, friend.

Anonymous
7 months ago

When is the train station in Wynwood going to happen? Development should stop until we get the train. There is too much traffic already!

Anonymous
7 months ago

They’ve really got to signal the lights better or add more lights because it’s nearly impossible to get onto Biscayne Blvd from 27th St all the way to 34th St. Doesn’t help that they recently closed off 30th St and 31st St due to construction. You’ve got all these people in the Paraiso buildings, Biscayne Beach, Icon, Blu27, Crimson, Bay House, Yorker, Platinum, etc. trying to leave in the morning for work and you’ve only got 2 intersections with lights (29th and 32nd). If transit doesn’t improve, then fix the timing for light signals (29th always competing with pedestrians crossing at a short light) and add more lights. You’ve got literally thousands of units over the span of 8 blocks and only 2 intersections with lights.