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Paraiso Park Is Under Construction In Edgewater, With Connection To Baywalk

Construction is underway in Edgewater on Paraiso Park, a new bayfront public park that will include a baywalk.

The land has already been deeded over to the city, records show.

Related Group is building the park as part of a deal with the city in which Northeast 31st Street was closed to allow for construction of the Paraiso District. The park will be maintained by the private owners in the new neighborhood.

Plans show that the baywalk will be extended from behind the Amara restaurant and One Paraiso tower. There is no further connection of the baywalk to the north and south however, although some residents are calling for the city to build it.

Completion of the park is set for spring 2019, according to signs posted at the site.

 

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Anonymous

The City needs to step up and finalize plans to build the connected bay walk down to Bayfront Park! The added benefits of a connected waterfront walkway to the quality of life for current and future residents is obvious so make it happen people!!

Anonymous

Bring back Ultra to Bayfront and use revenues to fund this.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I’m waiting to see the success of Ultra in Virginia Key.

Anonymous

talk to City Hall

Anonymous

Talk to Ken Russell

Anonymous

Maybe the will listen under a new administration

Anonymous

As was said with the current mayor and that hapa commissioner. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Anonymous

What a great new neighborhood with a park on the Bay. That is what Edgewater needs.

Anonymous

Will it be open at night or locked by a fence?

Anonymous

Where’s the dog park going to be?

Anonymous

Hands down, one of the worst projects in recent memory.

Anonymous

Amara is currently squatting on the Public Baywalk and they give dirty looks to anyone that walks by. They need to finish this fast and open up the entire Baywalk.
Meanwhile the most important Baywalk connection Pace Park to Museum Park for which land is there and no obstructions, is nowhere in sight. They need to connect these 2 parks on an emergency basis. The rest can wait.

Anonymous

They have completely taken it over with their furniture! The public can’t get in there at all.

Anonymous

Hope the city is charging them rent.

Anonymous

Nice neighborhood park.

Anonymous

Any rent prices for those townhouses?

Anonymous

Check with a Realtor.

Anonymous

What a beautiful park!

Anonymous

What’s so beautiful about it? It’s a tiny piece of the overall site with a few scattered plants and trees. It should have been much larger with a great design. It’s just an afterthought.

Anonymous

We need more parks like this

Anonymous

Alot of lights on in those two buildings, glad people actually moved in.

Anonymous

The units are empty. Agents leave the lights on for that effect.

Anonymous

I live here, most of the units are fully occupied. Not that it matters if you are convinced that they aren’t.

Anonymous

Sounds like a realtor

Anonymous

Do you work for related too?

Anonymous

LMAO

Anonymous

Yeah the owners are in South America

Anonymous

They were on before occupancy

Anonymous

Airbnb

Anonymous

Will they add more towers to this project?

Anonymous

Oh I hope so – we need more towers and more cars and people with the same infrastructure

Anonymous

Go tell De Santis

Anonymous

We need more tax revenue from residents like this, and better local government accountability.

A. Nonymous

They are able to add a fifth tower.

Anonymous

Would be nice for a luxury hotel

Tony Beynon

How can Baywalk be extended north to 35th Street (to include the Hamilton and the Charter Club?
Who at the city can I talk to ?

Anonymous

Is Related ever going to make this into a gated community?

Anonymous

this isn’t Weston LMAO

Anonymous

Read the marketing materials

Anonymous

Man some people who come on this site can ask some stupidass questions….