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Photo: Paraiso Bay Is Essentialy Complete

This is a photo of Paraiso Bay, which is just about ready to open.

Completion of Paraiso Bay is scheduled for this summer, according to an email sent by an in-house broker yesterday.

The remaining towers are in the four-tower Paraiso community are also on track to open soon.

The full schedule for completion is:

  • Paraiso Bay – summer 2017
  • Bay Homes – summer 2017
  • One Paraiso – end of 2017
  • Paraiso Bayviews – end of 2017
  • Gran Paraiso – top off soon, opening spring 2018

a preconstruction rendering of paraiso bay:

 

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B Dub
B Dub

Is it just me, or do the building bubbles look bubblier in the rendering?

Anonymous
Anonymous

not just you, the building looks like crap.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Is the large 6 story advertisement banner on the building facing east legal?

That\'s how we roll
That\'s how we roll

All buildings look better in renderings…that’s the nature of the sales.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Schwartz restaurant opening in November!

Anonymous
Anonymous

all this constant talk about parks……parks that never are utilized fully and how many pedestrians are just walking around this area anyway….at the very least when people are living in these units it stimulates an otherwise dead area and helps jumpstart retail stores ,cafes, and life

Anonymous
Anonymous

drive by on a sunday night ..lights out nobody home in most units of these newer money launder pits..

Anonymous
Anonymous

I see…you have nothing else better to do with your time.

Anonymous
Anonymous

When is finish will look awesome …..the ares is changing a lot , a lot of public improvements will also come ….. relax 😀

Anonymous
Anonymous

“When is finish?”

Or do you mean to say “when it’s finished it will look awesome?”

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hey teacher…. how many languages do u speak ? ….. me 5 and pretty good lmao !!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I don’t care if you speak twenty, if someone who is proficient in the English language corrects your grammar, then learn and accept it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Bubbles? What bubbles!? Can’t believe how misleading it’s been with buildings of late: reach,
and rise interiors come to mind and certainly without a doubt this building. Doesn’t even make sense. Ironically, Paraiso looks better without the warts IMHO.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Warts – hah!

Anonymous
Anonymous

awaiting to be 1/3 full whereas the affordable housing they replaced was essentially full..and those people supported the area businesses..and those warts…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Amen. Look at South Beach where everything is 2-3 stories and is actually being used. These high rises are inhuman and kill communities.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah, those highrises in Sunrise and Aventura just decimated and killed these towns. Makes one wonder – why are they constantly building highrises in these areas?

Anonymous
Anonymous

1-Architectonica can’t design a descent looking building, in their mind playing around with balconies is what makes a building interesting.
2-Architectonica’s building renderings are a example of you wont see as a final product.
3-What an ugly building.

Anonymous
Anonymous

essentially finished and waiting to be essentially empty..lights out nobody home money launder pits…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Cement has such a huge carbon footprint. such a waste of empty buildings.

Blondie South Florida
Blondie South Florida

You’re probably not from here. Actually buildings made of concrete will be the only ones standing if we get hit by another hurricane like Andrew.
West Kendall with mostly wood frame houses was wiped out, flattened in 1992. It looked like a war zone.
You will probably have to get shelter in concrete buildings if another big one hits!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Gotta say, the scale of these buildings is truly out of wack. It’s a shame that instead of a walk-able, pedestrian friendly community they’ve turned Edgewater into a vertical suburb.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s like saying Brickell is not walkable.. what are sidewalks for?

KMiami
KMiami

I walk by these everyday. There are sidewalks – and they are PACKED, even without occupation of these buildings. FDOT is in the process of blocking all unmarked crosswalks from 36th Street to 33rd Street, making it even more difficult to move through the neighborhood. I hope that occupancy will drive expansion of pedestrian, bicycle, and park space but that will take time.

KMiami
KMiami

Note that there is a decent sized public space identified on 32nd between Walgreens and these towers. It should be made into park to reduce the number of people littering, eating on the curbs of the surrounding neighborhoods. Some shaded space improve the pedestrian experience so yes, we deserve more green spaces AND density, too.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That whole intersection 36/38th Biscayne is a mess. As is the exit from 195 as well. all .. the .. time.

you can’t build your way out of this, please make alternative transit methods possible!

Anonymous
Anonymous

One of the worst intersections in Miami. Light timing is terrible, and there is no uniform traffic management scheme to get cars to/ from Biscayne Blvd. onto/off of I-195.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Blablabla

Anonymous
Anonymous

PARKS DONT MAKE MONEY MY MAN

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is such an ugly building. Tear it down.

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