Total Demolition Permit Applied For At 710 Edge Property

The developers of the 55-story tower known as 710 Edge have applied for a permit to allow total demolition of several buildings on the property.

The permit applications for two adjacent waterfront buildings were submitted July 29, Miami Building Department records show.

One of the permits is for the Harbor 29 condo building.

According to that permit, a total of 16,000 square feet will be demolished at an estimated cost of $151,000.

The second permit is for the apartment building next door at 530 Northeast 29 Street, with a total of 4,590 square feet to be demolished at an estimated cost of $25,250.

Dade Wrecker Service is listed as the demolition contractor on both permits.

710 Edge is planned to top off at 55-stories – 646 feet above ground, or 649 feet above sea level. According to a filing with Miami planners last year, it will include:

  • 70 residential units
  • 193 parking spaces
  • 16,489 square feet of commercial/restaurant/retail
  • A rooftop helipad
  • A public baywalk with landscaping and lighting

 


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Anonymous
2 months ago

zaha wants her design back

yo yo
2 months ago

Definitely a spin-off, but still looks cool.

Qtip
2 months ago

It looks just like it except take out all the interesting parts, I can’t believe they did that lol.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Can she borrow yours?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Stupid

Anonymous
2 months ago

Spaz

Latin Arch Lover
2 months ago

if thats the case they improved on the original. no dark, obstructed view balconies here. these have nice wide sight lines where as some of the balconies on the zaha project are calusterphobic the way the concrete obstructs the opening of the balconies.

Patrick Shoemaker
2 months ago

LOL you wish…. if anyone is working on improving the original it would be ZHA not the AoR and developer driven blue light special.

Anonymous
2 months ago

To be fair, so much architecture is based on copy and paste, which is why the most “original” is the worst because nobody wants to copy it. I mean, how many buildings do you see inspired by Boston’s City Hall?

Anonymous
1 month ago

If the best example of originality that you can think of is a brutalist building from the 60s, no wonder you’re cool with plagiarism lol

Anonymous
2 months ago

Pussies

Anonymous
2 months ago

Beautiful looking building.

popeye
2 months ago

nuh bruh…..looks like some kinda shaving device

Anonymous
2 months ago

outdated renderings … its a different design now. Check your previous postings

yo yo
2 months ago

Yes, I posted a link to the newer renderings, but I guess they don’t like people posting links. But easy to google.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Neutered and value engineered. SAD! Let’s hope revised renderings don’t come with the slight tapering squared off, which is the only remaining merit of the new design.

Anonymous
2 months ago

wow. stunning.

Magazinee
2 months ago

55 stories but only 70 residences? Even for super ultra luxury, which we can debate how much demand there would be in this specific area, that seems really hard to re-coup construction costs on. Baccarat, 20 stories taller, will have 350 residential units.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I wonder if I can get back the six seconds it took me to read that useless comment of yours…

yo yo
2 months ago

Muse has 68 residence and 47 floors…

Pat
2 months ago

Try using Elysee as a measure. At least it is in the same neighborhood.
Elysee has 50 stories = 100 residents and had no trouble selling the most luxurious units.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The zoning on the property often limits what a developer can build. I’m sure if they could they would build more units.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Beautiful! Reminds me of 1000 Museum.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Er, yeah. The design is an obvious copy and doesn’t try to hide it.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Same developer

chattanooga choo choo
2 months ago

looks like giant electric razor that you can use to shave your back and shoulders.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Zaha knock-off. Like the cheaper brand.

Anonymous
2 months ago

70 living units, 193 parking spots. GTFO!

Melo, a true giga chad
2 months ago

Only 70 residences? Oof they gonna be big money expensive. Prob starting $3 million

Anonymous
2 months ago

Citadel employees need a place to spend their $$$.

Anon
2 months ago

Actually this is Miami…. Is anyone really that surprised?

Anonymous
2 months ago

The more they build in edgewater the less engagement there is with biscayne blvd facing side.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The Art Exo district begins.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sorry where do you see Art Deco?

Patrick Shoemaker
2 months ago

Thank goodness another developer came on board and told them what they didn’t want to hear; that this just a sh*t imitation of a world renowned pritzker winning architecture firm’s hard work. Maybe try a different architect to knock off on the refresh.

Antennae
2 months ago

Love this building

Latin Arch Lover
2 months ago

“late period eclectisism”, weve reached the point of oversaturation of asthetics where even the most dynamic of designs, of whiich this falls short either way, is seen as banal and dated. remeber when Fonzi “Jumped the shark” thats where Miami architecture / real estate development is at these days. everything is so “unique” and “original” it has collapsed back unto iteself so that the novelty seems pre worn. like a snake eating its tail.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Um, if anything, we need aesthetics and dynamic designs, because new buildings like Missoni Baia are is banal and dated.

alcoholic anon.
2 months ago

too many words in this comment for the cheerleaders on here