Revealed: Elysee, A 57-Story Ultra Lux Edgewater Condo Tower

Marketing is underway for a 57-story ultra-luxury tower in Edgewater called Elysee.

Prices will start at $1.65 million in the boutique building, designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica. Each floor will only have one or two units, with a total of 100 units in the building.

A robotic parking garage is part of the plans. Jean-Louis Denoit is handling interior design.

A rendering of the project (tweeted By Kinga Konsorska of Cervera Real Estate) appears to place it on a 27,930 square foot waterfront property at 700 NE 23 Street, which is owned by an entity controlled by Starr Porter. Plans for a 649-foot tower were submitted there earlier this year.

The Elysee website lists a Florida LLC named Two Roads Real Estate Group, LLC as the developer, but no company with that name is registered with the Florida Department of State.

 

PreviouslyProperty Owner Working On Plans For A 649-Foot Tower In Edgewater

 

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Marc305
5 years ago

Elysee will be a catalyst for this area, 50 years from now in 2065, Brickell, Edgewater, and Midtown will be one big downtown just like Manhattan, with a metro system that will connect South Beach with Grand Central. Miami has a bright future ahead.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Too bad we won’t see this tho. Lol

Anonymous
5 years ago

I will, Old Guy! ;P

Danny
5 years ago

Lol thought exactly the same.

Cousteau
5 years ago

Will be very cool to scuba dive this are then

Anonymous
5 years ago

If I were you, I wouldn’t be counting my chickens Mr Marc305.

Marc305
5 years ago

98, 99, 100, 101, 102…..

Anonymous
5 years ago

Wow!!! Edgewater is actually becoming a neighborhood

Anonymous
5 years ago

So nice to see luxury skyscrapers coming to Edgewater

Anonymous
5 years ago

luxury boutique building close to the design district with amazing views to the bay….i think they’ll be fine!!!

Anonymous
5 years ago

Is there market for another hi-end tower?

Anonymous
5 years ago

Yes, there is a market for many more.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Fantastic news!

Anonymous
5 years ago

Is this even on the bay? Looks like it’s behind that small garden apartment?

marc
5 years ago

It is on the water.

Anonymous
5 years ago

they will get sued ..showing private foyers , but actually 2 elevators are shared by 2 units..cant sell that shared space to 1 unit, plus its not private but rather “semi private”.

Anonymous
5 years ago

crazy to think the market will hold to presale 100 units at an average of 2.5MM each…

Anonymous
5 years ago

and with mechanical parking!!!! these guys are NUTS

Anonymous
5 years ago

Don’t worry about it being built – most of Cervera’s projects these days aren’t going vertical – Ion, Edge and Gulfstream to name a few.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Um, you realize Cervera isn’t a developer, right?

Anonymous
5 years ago

Yes, wizard, very aware they aren’t a developer. A large number of Cervera’s projects Cervera represents/sells doesn’t get built because they sign up for crappy projects with shady developers that can’t build for what they sell it for. There is no plan or strategy for these buildings in the marketplace and the developers rely on sales/marketing from firms like Cervera to tell them if the project can be sold for real construction costs! If you are making millions selling condos you should know the absorption rates, construction costs and velocity! I got burned and had to cancel a reservation and lost a client!

Again – look up Ion, Edge and Gulfstream. Not happening. Waste of time marketing and selling when can’t be delivered.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Ion had legal disputes for the property ownership; Edge was a long shot from the get-go; and Gulfstream sounds like a race track. Not sure how that’s Cervera’s fault (besides possibly overestimating their prowess for the hard sell called Edge), but ok.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Are you a Cervera yourself? Sounds like it.

Anonymous
5 years ago

If you are a RealEstate Agent, why are you commenting as “Anonymous” instead of using your real name?

Anonymous
5 years ago

if this actually gets built it will mean the end of any bayfront apartment currently existing,and the neighborhood will be overrun with developers tearing these places down and replacing them with million dollar condos….. is this really the future for Omni/ edgewater?

Anonymous
5 years ago

Hopefully

Anonymous
5 years ago

zaha Hadids is under construction…they must have the basic presales…menad peoplw really value the waterfront…

Elysse will get built, granted it willl take a bit longer….patience and deep pockets will proof it.

Marc305
5 years ago

That is exactly what the future for the Omni and Edgewater is going to be. Land next to water is extremely valuable because people are willing to pay lost of money per square foot. As long as the demand is there, mainly from foreign buyers, developers will continue to create them. As that old movie says, if you build it – they will come.