Site Work Permit Approved At Edgewater Property Where 38-Story Tower Planned

A site work permit has been approved for the Edgewater property where the 38-Story Hamilton House is planned.

A tree permit is also now in process, after it was applied for on June 6.

The site work permit, for an estimated $1.8 million worth of work, was approved on June 17. It hasn’t yet been issued.

A master construction permit for the new tower was submitted for its fourth review cycle on May 31.

The new tower is planned to have 114 luxury apartments and 7,000 square feet of waterfront restaurant.

Aimco is the developer.

 



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24 days ago

Awesome architecture, looking forward to this one.

Anonymous
24 days ago

One step closer to making edgewater walkable

anonymous
24 days ago

one step closer to make edgewater walkable ? if edgewater is not walkable why so many people walk on biscayne blvd ?

Anonymous
24 days ago

Between here and the bay is maze of parking garages, puddles when it rains, etc. Edgewater is not walkable by a long shot, but the OP is referring to baywalk.

anonymous
23 days ago

that still does n’t answer my question if edgewater is not walkable why so many people walk on biscayne blvd ? it looks like you have n’t visited edgewater for a long time. neighborhoods change and edgewater is changing a lot

Anonymous
23 days ago

all it takes is more and more and more buildings to make things more “walkable”. So lets focus on building more and more and more. Also lets expand where we are able to build, more than just around the water. I gotta get more interior neighborhoods with height in Miami

Anonymous
24 days ago

Looks great! Can’t wait for this section of Edgewater to be built out.

Cover the Podiums
24 days ago

Top 5 most architectural significant projects currently in Miami

Cr-
23 days ago

I don’t see anything memorable about the architecture, being that the building pretty much looks like every other tall residential building in the area. It is not necessarily bad looking, but rather it looks like what one would expect in the neighborhood. There are architecturally stunning skyscrapers around the world and although Miami has some stunning buildings in the works I just feel like this was a missed opportunity to erect something more dynamic.

Thelonius
24 days ago

Looks great! who’s the architect?

Anonymous
24 days ago

Rentals, but looks better than any of Related’s recent buildings on this stretch, or even Missoni Baia.

AAAAA
23 days ago

Not gonna be this tall…

Scott
24 days ago

Very Ok. Would have hoped for something more spectacular as it’s on the water…

Anonymous
24 days ago

So did I ten years ago, and instead we got a bunch of Arquitectonica boxes and parking garages replacing beautiful prewar homes and apartment houses that could have been saved, either relocated or incorporated into better looking developments. At least this has a handsome base, and orderly architectural elements.