A developer from Peru has submitted plans to build a 36-story tower in Edgewater.
The tower would be built just west of the Quantum on the Bay and the 1800 Club towers. It will include:
322 residential units
372 parking spaces in an 8-story podium
6,183 square feet of ground floor retail
The proposal was reviewed by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board in October.
An application with the FAA was filed on November 11 for a building height of 430 feet above ground, or 433 feet above sea level.
Grupo T&C acquired the property in 2012 using a Florida entity called Meridian TC Real Estate Group LLC. Victor William Ticona Cuadros and Victor Augusto Ticona Correa each own 50% of the company, according to the application.
Kobi Karp is the architect.
In 2005, plans for an Arquitectonica designed tower called Portico were submitted for the property. A building on the site (formerly known as Cameo Apartments) was demolished, but the project was never built.