A developer has submitted plans to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for a three tower project in Edgewater called Biscayne 21.
Sales for one of the towers, known as Edition Residences, is already underway.
All three of the towers are proposed to rise 649 feet above sea level, which is the maximum permitted by aviation rules in the area. Two will have 56 stories, and one will be 55 stories.
Biscayne 21 is proposed to include a combined:
- 606 residential units
- 8,433 square feet of commercial
- 971 parking spaces
The developers are requesting a 30% TOD parking waiver.
Biscayne 21’s East Tower (Edition Residences) is planned to have 186 units, with 210 units in the South Tower One and the South Tower Two.
A baywalk open to the public is also part of the plans.
Arquitectonica is the architect.
The UDRB hearing is scheduled for March 15.