Photo: 279-Unit, 32-Story Metro Edgewater Topped Off

Metro Edgewater is now topped off.

Top off of the 32-story tower took place in September.

Metro Edgewater is planned to include:

  • 279 apartments
  • 4,230 square feet of retail
  • Approximately 300 parking spaces

Designers of the project have said they are paying particular attention to the ground floor pedestrian experience.

 

(photo: Kyle Merville)

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Hotel
24 days ago

Nothing “wows” me about this. It just looks like the same other lame stuff going up in Miami these days.

Melo is sigma and Chad
24 days ago

its infill…

MINDSET
24 days ago

That just goes to show how little buildings like this this city actually have if you need to be “WOWED” by them.

Jerome
23 days ago

Lol not everything needs to be a mega project. Miami-Dade desperately needs more housing no matter how unremarkable it is.

Melo is sigma and Chad
24 days ago

Good, forming a future link to the baywalk to biscayne blvd. edgewater needs more highrises not on the water.

Original
24 days ago

Which is I don’t see what’s wrong with building at least twenty and 15 story highrises from NE 55 terrace to NW 55th st and NW 12th ave, all the down to NW 11th and NW 14th ave. That would put Miami in a whole new category of “World Renowned!”

Anonymous
24 days ago

Yes, replacing Bay Point and South Morningside, two of the city’s more established single-family neighborhoods, with more cereal boxes and giant parking garages on streets of inadequate capacity for such density is a great idea. Why don’t you run it with the residents?

Original
24 days ago

And there he is folks, the “cereal box” man

Ligma Johnson
23 days ago

I drove by the paraíso towers the other day. Beautiful place right next to the water. This is gonna be where all the citadel employees are gonna live

mega city
23 days ago

still scared of comments????

taco tico
17 days ago

i thought those guys were gonna get paid the big bucks and afford to live in brickell or the beach…why up here in greaseville..

Anonymous
24 days ago

LOL I guess enhancing the “pedestrian experience” is relative considering Edgewater fails at it, with entire blocks of parking garages at street level and maybe an alcove of retail space here and there where any business is doomed to fail.