New Renderings Of Twin-Tower Project Planned At 1900 Biscayne, With Groundbreaking Date Now Set

The developer of the three-tower project at 1900 and 2000 Biscayne has revealed new renderings of the project and set a groundbreaking date for all three towers.

Two towers will be built at 1900 Biscayne, according to developer Kushner Companies.

There will be a combined 756 luxury apartments with “unparalleled and sprawling” amenities. The twin-tower project will also have 10,000 square feet of retail.

Groundbreaking for 1900 Biscayne is planned for early 2021, the developer told The Real Deal.

The third tower will be across the street at 2000 Biscayne, and will break ground much sooner.

2000 Biscayne will have 393 apartment units in a 36-story tower, along with 455 parking spaces.

2000 Biscayne “will set a new standard in the residential market in Miami,” the developer says. It will include ” top-of-the-line homes and amenities designed to the last detail.”

Groundbreaking for 2000 Biscayne is set for June.

Combined, the three towers at 1900 and 2000 Biscayne will include 1,149 apartments.

 

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Anonymous
12 days ago

Boring architecture

Anonymous
12 days ago

The 2000 Biscayne renderings from before, with the green diagonal coloring, looked better than the current one. These new renderings are such a downgrade.

Anonymous
12 days ago

I agree with you, but some people on this site put down that green diagonal coloring look.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Still better than most Melo crap.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Nothing about these renderings looks “unparalleled” or “setting a new standard”.

Anonymous
12 days ago

In the area where these buildings are going, you could consider them as “unparalleled” and “setting a new standard.”

Anonymous
12 days ago

that is so true!!!
awful, for an area with so much potential

Anonymous
11 days ago

But, for years and years nothing has came along before this in that area?

Anonymous
12 days ago

About time this part of biscayne gets more high rises

Anonymous
12 days ago

Not exactly a timeless design, but decent infill. They should’ve put their Broward Crossing project here.

Anonymous
12 days ago

“will set a new standard in the residential market in Miami”
LOL. Looks to be about as basic as you can go here. Nice marketing speak.

Mike Brady
12 days ago

Remove the parking pedestal and it reminds me of some anodyne, NYC condo constructed in the early 90s. Totally forgettable.

Anonymous
12 days ago

I’m sorry but is this some gorgeous area these buildings are going up in?

Anonymous
12 days ago

I’ve seen worse worse areas, but it shouldn’t mean that they it can’t be improved with outstanding architecture especially since they are advertising how awesome it’s going to be.

Anonymous
11 days ago

Cities spring up from farmland. Barns and wooden huts with straw roofs is not “outstanding architecture.”

Dave the Crackhead ™
12 days ago

like the 3 shitty towers right there in edgewater NJ, you hit the nail on the head. Glad for the infill, but this could be so much better. The architects need to leave the crack smoking to me and work on making better designs.

Anonymous
12 days ago

unforgetabllle… that’s what you are… to me… la la la

Anonymous
12 days ago

The materials on this look so cheap. Check back in 2 years when this is completed — it will look awful.

Anonymous
12 days ago

I bet you only buy the finest?

Anonymous
12 days ago

Break ground already!

Anonymous
12 days ago

DATED!!!!

Anonymous
12 days ago

Upgrade something better this is not the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s anymore. We want some nice designs come on developers we in 2021 surprise us better for this basic architecture

Anonymous
11 days ago

This is year 2021 and you still don’t know how and when to use comas and periods.

Anonymous
11 days ago

If you want to correct someone’s grammar and punctuation, you should do so with proper grammar and punctuation. #justsaying

Anonymous
11 days ago

Since you’re an English expert, improve the way I wrote that sentence. Show me an example Mr intelligent one?

Anonymous
12 days ago

Edgewater winning!

Dave the Crackhead ™
12 days ago

I hope they put in a traffic light there, its needed as it without the additional people that would occupy that boring ass design of a high-rise.

Anonymous
12 days ago

“boring ass design of a high-rise?”

Tell us, whats there now?

Dave the Crackhead ™
12 days ago

a grass lot where braman employees park. Not a bad place to smoke crack. 5/10

Anonymous
12 days ago

There used to be two good restaurants there before they tore them down so that people could say “what’s there now” when they put out a mediocre product.

Dave the Crackhead ™
12 days ago

City Hall was just OK, the Indian place was really good.

Anonymous
11 days ago

There used to be two good restaurants there before they tore them down so that people could say “what’s there now”

You can stop shedding tears for them, because most restaurants close down within the first six months of opening.

Anonymous
11 days ago

No one is shedding a tear. The point is there was stuff there before they were torn down to create an empty lot.

Anonymous
12 days ago

wow so avante garde. so unusual. i’m amazed and simply flabbergasted by the design. spellbinding actually. wow… just wowza wowee.

Anonymous
12 days ago

I read as “unparalleled sprawl” which is in-line with the giant car parking pedestal.

Anonymous
12 days ago

literally said by every new apartment or condo coming soon

Anonymous
12 days ago

Waaaaahhhhhh!!!!

Whiners are plentiful on this site.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Everyday same thing!

Anonymous
11 days ago

Every, f-ing, article….

Anonymous
12 days ago

those towers will improve this area, thousands of new residents more foot traffic and businesses.

Azarius
12 days ago

All these big promises with Mid Lux designed buildings. I’ll wait on it. Sounding like his old pop in law.

Mike Brady
12 days ago

LOL. I had forgotten about Jared’s involvement. The original ugly design looked better.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Jared is preparing Miami for the influx of northeners.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Is Metromover going to be extended down Miami Ave or 2nd Ave.?

Anonymous
12 days ago

N Miami. Should be a loop, though.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Neither, a waste of money study was commissioned that will conclude it’s a waste of money when you have a perfectly good set of railroad tracks a few blocks west.

Anonymous
11 days ago

It’s not the architects, it’s these thief developers that brief them to build it with the cheapest finishes possible so they can make off like a bandit. The same architects that design the crappiest buildings in Miami have also built some of the most beautiful. Namely NBWW

MiamiRob
10 days ago

Hideous , Ugly,…feel free to add your own words to describe this “project”.
Poor Biscayne Boulevard.

Anonymous
23 hours ago

Interesting /dynamic parking treatment

Anonymous
23 hours ago

Architects did a beautiful job

Anonymous
9 minutes ago

Nice looking building

Anonymous
12 days ago

Yuk. Soon the remainder of Biscayne will be all cereal boxes with balconies.

Anonymous
11 days ago

You can still stay in one of those flea bag motels on Biscayne Blvd if you want.

Anonymous
12 days ago

2000 Biscayne “will set a new standard in the residential market in Miami,” the developer says. It will include ” top-of-the-line homes and amenities designed to the last detail.” *** I’ll assume this isn’t a Related project, then ??

Anonymous
12 days ago

Biscayne blvd from 1st to 35th Street will be the most desirable street in America to live.

Anonymous
11 days ago

LOL uh no not even most desirable in Dade County. Keep reaching for those stars though.

Anonymous
11 days ago

“Cocaine is a helluva drug…”

– Rick James

Anonymous
12 days ago

Nothing screams modern like white & tan……

Michael
11 days ago

Bring back the cactus and all the hustlers…

Anonymous
12 days ago

If these weren’t in an Opportunity Zone nobody would have ever built condos in that barren stretch of Miami. /sarc

Anonymous
11 days ago

I’d like to see Kushner try to build this abomination back in NYC.

Anonymous
11 days ago

You’re kidding right? There’s alotta ugly buildings in NYC.