Plans to build a 58-story hotel and condo project on a narrow riverfront lot in Brickell seem likely to gain final approval from Miami’s Planning Department.
City Planner Joseph Eisenberg told Miami’s Urban Development Review Board last month that his department considered The Edge on Brickell to be a “compliant project,” according to Miami Today. The proposal was approved by the UDRB.
A 198-room hotel is proposed on levels 16-32, with 70 condo units proposed on level 34 to 57. Parking minimums will be met with a 122 space garage, located on levels 2 through 12 and accessible only by car elevators.
Leo Macedo of the Brick Group is the developer, and Kobi Karp is the architect.
The proposal includes a rooftop restaurant on level 58, along with another restaurant at ground level.