New Renderings Of Kushner’s Edgewater Collective With Three Towers

Developer Kushner Companies has revealed new renderings of a three-tower project called Edgewater Collective.

According to a recent update to Kushner’s website, Edgewater Collective will now include:

  • 1,299 apartments
  • 24,000 square feet of retail

The first tower at the complex with 393 apartments is already under construction at 2000 Biscayne, according to A Notice of Commencement filed in December and the Kushner website.

The remaining two towers will be built at 1900 Biscayne. A rendering shows the logo for architect Kobi Karp (the 2000 Biscayne tower is designed by Dorsky Yue).

Kushner says the apartments will be top-of-the-line, with amenities “designed to the last detail.”

Across the street at 1836 Biscayne, a partnership of multiple developers just announced plans to begin construction on a 40-story tower at 1836 Biscayne.

 

Older renderings of 1900 Biscayne:

2000 Biscayne:

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Bandit
18 days ago

Nice density, the city should think about adding enhanced pedestrian crossings here as population will boom

Azarius
18 days ago

We could definitely use some crossings that’s not street level. Let’s get creative!! Really make Miami the future!

Bandit
18 days ago

The future is hopefully fewer cars and more walking and bikes! But I agree with the sentiment

Anonymous
18 days ago

Bandits and street bike riders in Miami have a death wish.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Wow!!! We are so behind, that XIX century Not Level street crossings are considered futuristic.

Anonymous
17 days ago

level street crossings ?

Anonymous
16 days ago

Not street level crossing? Are you out of your mind or was sleeping for 60 years? It was proved wrong many years ago

Anonymous
18 days ago

Yeah Biscayne is a speedway. Crossing it sometimes you take your life into your hands

Anonymous
18 days ago

Enforcement, enforcement, enforcement. When that starts happening, people will slow down.

Anonymous
18 days ago

You mean, you only feel that way on Biscayne Blvd?

SlowDownMiami
15 days ago

The whole city is a speedway!

Anonymous
18 days ago

Very good for that stretch of Biscayne Blvd

Azarius
18 days ago

This area and Omni has the potential to reshape downtown Forever!!

Anonymous
18 days ago

Yes sir.. all the developers are moving into north downtown area.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Miami’s growth is just getting started.

Azarius
18 days ago

The start of a 10 yr and beyond RE run

Anonymous
18 days ago

What are those random rectangle projections? Not architecture. The last design was better.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Without the random rectangles, it would be a solid project. Kobi Krap, just stop.

Anonymous
18 days ago

It’s ugly

Melo is sigma and chad
18 days ago

It’s infill, y’all want everything looking like the burj in Dubai without the free labor and without sewer connections

Anonymous
18 days ago

Do you ever criticize lazy designs or do you just give the thumbs up to everything 100% of the time?

Ciparoo
18 days ago

I mean…he says ‘good infill’ on like every post so…

Melo is sigma and chad
18 days ago

Yes because I care about housing people and y’all have unrealistic expectations for the majority of buildings. And those high end designs cost more

Anonymous
18 days ago

They are not unrealistic. For example, this building would look cleaner and more attractive without the arbitrary decorative boxes on the facade. Removing those from the design would also make the construction cheaper, not more expensive.

Most of these designs people are complaining about would be improved by removing the unnessesary “design elements”.

This doesn’t mean people want “the Burj Khalifa” and it’s not unrealistic at all.

Anonymous
18 days ago

this building would look better without the arbitrary decorative boxes ”. if this building did n’t have the ”decorative boxes” some people would criticize it saying it would be too simple and did n’t have any type of decoration. we are entitled to our opinions but you should be more respectful of these architects unless you are a practicing architect working for a big developer.

Melo is sigma and chad
18 days ago

It’s not lazy it’s economical, majority of high rises in the world are far more basic.

Anonymous
18 days ago

^
Forget it.. these people wouldn’t care how the building they live in looks as long as they don’t go up crazy on the rent.

Anonymous
17 days ago

It is ugly, and that’s the problem that’s the norm here in miami.

Anonymous
18 days ago

You’re just jealous.
It will look beautiful

Anonymous
18 days ago

What is with this current trend of slapping boxes onto the sides of these rental buildings?

Anonymous
18 days ago

“‘Cuz it’s sooo cool and edgy to defy Vitruvian principles of good architecture that have worked for over a millennia!” -Kobi Krap

Anonymous
18 days ago

That neoclassical building next to it is a gem and could serve as an incredible landmark on Biscayne. Please someone buy it before Mana does.

Azarius
18 days ago

There’s a article about this development happening posted today and Nope Mana don’t own it!

Anonymous
18 days ago

I spoke too soon! Just saw it and am very happy with the plans to renovate/restore!

Anonymous
18 days ago

The tower proposed to be stuck on top of it is still hideous, with those strips of cheap and nasty irregular windows on the western elevations.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Ugly, ugly, ugly
I’m going to take a break from all these.
I’m bored

Anonymous
18 days ago

Yeah, take a break, you have been building way too many highrises lately.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Hehehe, yes, my name is Melo.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Nice improvement. Thank you.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Clear as mud

Anonymous
18 days ago

Very busy architecture here.

Anonymous
18 days ago

If Kobi Karp is involved, then it’s going to be a Quality Project for sure.

Anonymous
18 days ago

I think the new design, while not great, is in better harmony with the tower under construction.

Anonymous
17 days ago

older renderings are way better this shit is ugly as hell. What a waste.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Who’s financing this?

Melo is sigma and Chad
18 days ago

Good infill

Connor
18 days ago

Miami is gonna need to start constructing lost of skybridges to help facilitate the safe movement of people in the downtown area. Similar to what E11even is doing with their skybridge

Anonymous
18 days ago

Brilliant idea. LOL

Anonymous
18 days ago

Looks like a worn out dildo… Yawn