Revealed: 3 Mixed-Use Towers Proposed At 3333 Biscayne

Plans have been revealed for a 3-tower mixed-use project at 3333 Biscayne Boulevard in a filing with city planners.

Three towers are proposed:

  • East Residential Tower (41 stories, 473 feet)
  • North Residential Tower (40 stories, 462 feet)
  • West Office Tower (12 stories, 212 feet)

The combined project is planned to include:

  • 635 dwelling units (including nine townhomes),
  • 156,989 square feet of office use
  • 19,180 square feet of ground floor commercial uses
  • 1,210 parking spaces, in an 8-level garage

According to a letter from the developer’s representative:

Project architect have designed three towers and a podium without overwhelming the area. An office tower along Biscayne Boulevard prudently avoids realizing its full permitted height and features a staggered design. The two residential towers are positioned diagonally from each other to maximize separation and avoid crowding. At the podium level, the project is lined on the north and east facades with nine ground floor townhome units and a courtyard that promise to keep public areas activated.

Thanks to the Property’s ample area and a private agreement among the unified parcels’ owners to allocate development rights among their sites, the Applicant is proud to have produced an outstanding design without the need for Waivers, Warrants, or Exceptions.

Development rights from adjacent properties controlled by Aimco are being used in the proposal via a covenant in lieu of unity of title.

Stantec is listed as the architect.

Beitel Group has previously been announced as the developer.

A hearing before the Urban Development Review Board is scheduled for November 16.

 

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Anon
21 days ago

Very nice. Edgewater beginning to fill out

Anon
21 days ago

Looks incredible. Love the office tower addition

Melo is sigma and Chad
21 days ago

Glad Edgewater density is expanding towards biscayne blvd

Anonymous
21 days ago

This. Looks. Amazing. 👏🏼 Bye Wendy’s!

MB resident
20 days ago

Connect the bay walk. Rickenbacker all the way up to Julia Tuttle. Across to Miami Beach. South to Macarther. And back the fuck across to downtown. Reclaim land in the fucking bay if you have to.

Reform zoning so that anything facing the bay has to have setbacks to public green space with ground floor commercial space facing the bay. Everything raised 15 ft above sea level. Idc if it takes 30 years.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Confiscate existing property rights so you can walk around the bay—umm, NO!!!!!!

How about we put a public pickle ball court inside your bedroom? IDC….. it’s just your place

get real assessments for the future..
17 days ago

dont worry…the army corps of engineers has a plan for the whole bayfront property to the tune of a 20ft sea wall…and once the wall comes up to the tuttle its going to run along the west side of biscayne…that ritzy lil neighborhood sabal whatever with its wall and guard gate has been written off…

Azarius
21 days ago

Love this‼️ Perfect setbacks and the perfect density ‼️

Happy Miamian
21 days ago

Set backs from streets and mixed low elevations are key to transforming the urban oasis that is Miami, in Brickell Edgewater and all the densifying areas

Azarius
21 days ago

Really happy they added more ground retail because it’s non existent in Edgewater

Pleezzee
21 days ago

“Project architect have designed three towers and a podium without overwhelming the area”

It’ll take a lot more than what you’re willing to build to “overwhelm” this area.

Anonymous
21 days ago

Love this design! There should be more buildings like this in North Brickell river front 🙂

Keep it Mixed
21 days ago

Love the office building design. Hope this one happens, great addition to the area with a healthy mix of uses that should support more vibrancy during all hours!

Vancouverism
20 days ago

I’m glad they actually took into account the aesthetics of the podium. Townhomes should be added to at least half of the all podiums of every new building in Miami.

George
18 days ago

Great Architecture for Miami. We need more projects like this on edge water. The Office Building looks very unique for Biscayne Blvd, the towers are elegant, podium and town houses looking smart. Good Vibe for the neighborhood.

Anonymous
21 days ago

This is a great project. The best of Edgewater, just my opinion.

Anonymous
20 days ago

For awhile everyone was talking about the death of retail. E-commerce was taking over.

Now I see people longing for retail. I think it has to do with the location. In NY it’s harder to go to a retail store, because you don’t have a car to load and there are more obstacles to traverse home.

In Miami though, people are excited to have retail because it livens up their neighborhood. I guess it’s about finding the right environment for retail customers.

Anonymous
20 days ago

E-commerce killed retail shopping for me. I haven’t been inside a store outside of Publix in years. Haven’t been in a bank branch in years either. I have embraced the future. However, lots of tourists love in person shopping in Miami. That will keep some of it alive here.

Mana
16 days ago

Elegant project for the Edgewater community

anonymous
21 days ago

“1,210 parking spaces,”

LOL. and people say they want a walkable edgewater. not gonna happen with all these cars.

Anonymous
21 days ago

So, those people will have a problem with coming out of their homes and walking?

Walgreens shopper
21 days ago

When will they clean up that Walgreens

what U talken bout Willis?
21 days ago

Why do people like you love to bring up shit that’s not applicable to the subject?

Anonymous
21 days ago

lol

Anonymous
21 days ago

⬆️ profanity 🚩

Anonymous
21 days ago

B!tch

Ass face
20 days ago

Ass

mods vs. rockers
20 days ago

funny mods…….

Mark
16 days ago

So where is all the traffic going to go from all these new towers? Biscayne and NE 2nd are already a mess.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Yeah.. they’ll just mindlessly drive around like you do.

calivalle
21 days ago

OHHH YASSSS

wise guy
21 days ago

It looks like the entire block will be redeveloped. I’m surprised they were able to buy out all those old low rise apartments. Hopefully all the others with the walgreens, pollo tropical, mcdonalds, and taco bell are next to go

Anonymous
21 days ago

Then where will the new residents eat and get prescriptions? How does taking out the neighboring useful businesses relate to all the walkability talk on this site?

Anonymous
21 days ago

Those place don’t require drive thrus… if they want they can rent the ground floor retail

Pito Grande
20 days ago

You can put all the stores you want at the first floor

Anonymous
21 days ago

Taller please!!

Hotel
17 days ago

Looks like CRAP… go back to the drawing board.

You're Hilarious!
17 days ago

Are you still sore because they turned down your designs?

Yes
21 days ago

Miami winning

Michael
21 days ago

No character. Not florida. Boring design…

CuriousClam
21 days ago

Decent but the low-rise building looks out of place and bulky.

Anonymous
21 days ago

Are you a developer? This is not a low-rise. It is high-rise with a mid-rise tower.

The mid-rise tower is the most beautiful part. If you build only high-rise after high-rise there is no sky, limited light, unsustainable garbage, and pedestrians lose the sense of scale and community and the neighborhoods spiral downward.

They need more beautifully designed modern low-mid rises in this area, Brickell, and all round Miami.

Anonymoose
21 days ago

funnily I like the low-rise one the most. With everything getting maximised as sky-piercing rectangles, its a nice break-up and the terracing allows for more greenery

Anonymous
20 days ago

Agree 💯 it gives this city its unique character.

Not many cities, if any I know of, in the US have lush tropical landscapes at different levels in the sky at staggered heights. I don’t think they can because of the climates there.

It makes Miami a more interesting place to live and work. I think this theme will keep rippling from Edgewater to Brickell.

Anonymous
21 days ago

Boring towers, and an awful office box building.

Preserve yo mama
21 days ago

Wow you people are awful lol – this looks great.

Are U from another planet?
21 days ago

Excuse him, he’s another failed architect.