Paraiso Park Now Complete In Edgewater, With Direct Access To Biscayne Line Baywalk

The Related Group has completed Paraiso Park in Edgewater and will unveil it at a ceremony this weekend.

The half-acre park includes sculptures by international artists, fitness equipment, and access to the Biscayne Line baywalk. The Biscayne Line is a 10-mile pathway connecting Downtown Miami to Edgewater that Related says is in progress.

Related’s Paraiso District spans 11 acres and includes four towers, all of which have been completed. Two of the towers, One Paraiso and Paraiso Bay, are 100% sold out, while two others, Gran Paraiso, and Paraiso Bayviews, have just a few residences left for sale.

Paraiso District also includes Amara, a restaurant by James Beard Award-winning Chef, Michael Schwartz

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

>The Biscayne Line is a 10-mile pathway connecting Downtown Miami to Edgewater that Related says is in progress.

LOL, I like the subtle swipe by the editor.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I stopped by the “park” this weekend as I was looking to move and checking out the area.

This park is tiny. Can walk from one end to the other in about 15 seconds.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s a park, right?

Anonymous
1 year ago

I would call it more of a patchy area where dogs will go to the bathroom on

Anonymous
1 year ago

you are sassy pants aren’t you?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nothing alike as the park they showed in their renderings for sale the project , same with the buildings and units…… I guess you can put whatever you want on paper , and then after sold , bye bye

Anonymous
1 year ago

nice photos but this is not a park.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
1 year ago

What is this? A park for ants?

Anonymous
1 year ago

A whole Half Acre ??!!!! ppppffffffffttttttt !!!!!! Finally done ?? How long does it take to build a 1/2 acre industrial waste landfill… errr.. park ??!! and since Related is involved you know it’s of the highest quality ! LMAO

Anonymous
1 year ago

I live 2 blocks from here nothing connects and this is a total lie! Related Group does nothing for the surrounding community or it’s residents. Just panders to it’s overly rich residents. Shame on them.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Very cheap bare bones design. Doesn’t even have a walkway through it. Should have been a little gem.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Tiny park, giant ugly towers. Maybe this would have been a nice park if Edgewater was still a dense low-rise and mid-rise neighborhood rather than vertical suburb lined with parking garages.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What a joke. This park will serve 1,000 or more households. Many single family yards have more plants and trees than this. Another City of Miami epic fail. It will disappear in the next hurricane anyway.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Um, this park is part of the “Related’s Paraiso District” which also includes a restaurant. The city of Miami has nothing to do with this park because taxpayers money wasn’t used to build it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Not exactly true. Related vacated asked the City ie the taxpayers to vacate a street AND Related somehow got permission to build massive out of scale high rise that drive the neighbors crazy. Five (5) years of construction noise? Really?

Anonymous
1 year ago

The park is nice.. Related has done it’s part in building the Biscayne boardwalk.

Anonymous
1 year ago

By doing their part, you mean hyping it like crazy and building/doing nothing outside of media stunts and what is legally required per Miami 21 for their own developments? Right…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Let’s be real, this area will reek of of urine from pets. Joke of a “park.”

Anonymous
1 year ago

Paraiso Lost Light Pollution District.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Uh, where are the people?

Anonymous
1 year ago

did you even read, not only was it just announced… the official unveiling is this weekend.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I guess you conveniently ignore the part in the article that says “Two of the towers, One Paraiso and Paraiso Bay, are 100% sold out, while two others, Gran Paraiso, and Paraiso Bayviews, have just a few residences left for sale.” Now you think that with all those people living in these towers, they couldn’t find a few of them to be in the photos of this park? If I wanted to showcase a new park that I built that’s what I would do.

Anonymous
1 year ago

How are people gonna go to a park that just opened and hasn’t been publically announced… L

Anonymous
1 year ago

Because this park was made for the people who live in the Paraiso towers. And don’t think that just because they are now going to do a ceremony that this park wasn’t ready for use a few days ago.

Anonymous
1 year ago

No one goes to the park!! but yet everyone wants more parks!!

Oscar
1 year ago

Between my wife and I, our kids, and our dog, we take 5 different trips to the park almost everyday.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I bet you are the only ones there. I hope you lather on the sun block…or have great insurance.

Anonymous
1 year ago

“5 different trips to the park almost everyday”

Jeez, you and your family must be really bored.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Lol. Yup! It was 98 today. Lovely weather for a walk in the park.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Dude…when you get your park, fill it up with lots of people before you take your promo pics. Please go to http://www.ineedalife.com and print yourself a coupon. I hear they are on sale at Walmart this week.