The Vine, A 32-Story Residential Tower, Is Proposed In Edgewater

A 32-story, 356-foot residential tower called The Vine is in the planning stages in Edgewater.

The project is proposed to be built on an assemblage of land at 404-435 NE 35th Street. Several homes dating back as far as 1920 will be demolished.

In total, 124 units are proposed, with a typical floor having five units. A four-level parking garage will have 217 parking spaces.

G&L Associates at 35th Street, LLC is the developer. Idea Architecture, which designed The Crimson, is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
5 years ago

Oh well, the design is no worse than buildings with “bubbles” in them being built right now in that area.

anon.
5 years ago

Why do they insist on making these buildings so fat and wide, and with blocky parking pedestals that shatter any possibility of street level interaction?

Go to NYC or Chicago and the towers are actual towers, not glorified soviet-union commieblock housing. It’s disheartening seeing this, yet at the same time hearing from every developer how their building is going to be “Revolutionary!” “Fitting for a burgeoning World Class city like Miami!” Well, then how about showing us something that actual locals (not the bloody tourists) can be proud of.

apologies for the rant

Anonymous
5 years ago

Parking minimums in the zoning code. Developers not interested in fighting them.

Anonymous
5 years ago

And plenty buildings still have street level interaction and offerings despite the parking pedestals…

Anonymous
5 years ago

“And plenty buildings still have street level interaction and offerings despite the parking pedestals…”

You’re right.

Some people just spout the same crap they hear because they think it makes them “sound smart.”

Danny
5 years ago

Not if those spaces are difficult to lease.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Underground Parking is also an option. Multiple levels of underground parking is a feasible option with new foundation technology.

Anonymous
5 years ago

“Multiple levels of underground parking is a feasible option with new foundation technology.”

Yeah, and very expensive, especially in a state like Florida that’s very sinkhole prone.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Agree with you 100%

Anonymous
5 years ago

All these residential towers where are the real towers the office buildings? I know dang well we can bring fortune 500 companies or just any company that would love to operate in sunny Miami.

Danny
5 years ago

Because Office space is difficult to lease down here. It’s not as easy to do as the employees aren’t here.

Anonymous
5 years ago

It looks more interesting than Crimson and especially Bay House, but I’m at odds with the design (along with many others it seems). A site plan showing the extent of the project’s footprint and what exactly it’s going to replace would be nice. A beautiful 1920s Mediterranean Revival mansion on 29th Street, which had a tower feature and courtyard, next to Icon Bay’s jagged awkwardly-placed parking garage was destroyed for no apparent reason, despite being outside of Icon’s scope.

Anonymous
5 years ago

g and l doesn’t have a clue what they are up against. this won’t be built.

Danny
5 years ago

What the?…..