Site Work Begins At Paraiso Bay

Site work is underway at Related Group’s Paraiso Bay, set to become one of the largest multifamily projects in Miami’s history.

Up to 1,362 units spread over four condo towers are planned.

The massive project has generated controversy over a land swap deal and a shrinking public park. The towers’ architecture and view-blocking profiles have also drawn critics.

 

 

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XVS
7 years ago

Whatever one thinks of Jorge Perez, his company works like a Swiss clock.

IThinkALot
7 years ago

This project is offering 8% commission and is going to be the next Icon Brickell, and not in a good way. Watch.

Peter
7 years ago

Yeah, talk about timing.

Anonymous
7 years ago

What’s with the name?? Terrible

Anonymous
7 years ago

Paraiso is “Paradise” in Spanish and Portuguese, Jorge is probably trying to appeal to the influx of wealthy Venezuelans and Brazilians South Florida is getting.

IThinkALot
7 years ago

Brochure copy:

Paraiso also regarded as “Paradise” is located just steps from The Village, a breathtaking substance abuse treatment center offering unparalleled views.

Anonymous
7 years ago

Seems like you’re the one high on something if you don’t see Edgewater’s current transition and future potential. Good thing developers are better than you at that thinking thing

XVS
7 years ago

If you do think a lot, not much comes out of it. It’s all quantity and no quality.

Ed
7 years ago

Too many units in too small of a space. And what kind of infrastructure improvements will the Related group provide? ZERO. Thanks guys!

Anon
7 years ago

INFRASTRUCTURE is sadly not a commonly known word amongst “Miami developers”.

What’s even worst is that most “Miami developers” haven’t a first clue about Urban Development 101.

Jane Jacobs is rolling over in her grave and rolling her eyes at Miami…tsk tsk.

Housing crash 2.0- get ready Miami!!!!

Anonymous
7 years ago

largest parcel in Edgewater..close to 10 acres with 500 lft of waterfront. Restaurant by Michaels Genuine going into it.
Great for Edgewater!! Latest one is Bayviews with the only preconstruction 1 bedrooms with water views in Edegewater..www.paraisobayviews.com
tennis, parks, boat docks and lots of green space

Hopefully it will have the same transformative effects their ONE Miami, Lofts or even Icon Brickell have..Kuddos Related

Anonymous
7 years ago

That restaurant is private. The beach club on the waterfront is private. Tennis courts are private. Only thing open to the public is the sized-down “park,” which I doubt locals will use. Good for Edgewater property value, but not much else good for anyone outside of residents.

Anonymous
7 years ago

The restaurant is public..the parks are public..the 10 acres they bought were and are private

Anonymous
7 years ago

Guess the 4000 or so locals that will live or rent in Paraiso Bay will use the park..plus all the other locals

Really???
7 years ago

I wish people would take the time to actually know about something they criticize. How in the world do you criticize developers for not building infrastructure when it’s not their job. Developers pay impact fees to the city based on the size/type of their project.

The city is supposed to use that money to pay for the roads, schools, parks, etc. After all the developer doesn’t have the ability to build public roads or public transportation.

So developers are paying for these things and then people here are criticizing them for not building them because as usual its easy to complain about something when you know nothing about it.