Video: Paraiso Bay Flyover As Completion Nears

Related Group’s massive four-tower Paraiso Bay complex is nearing completion in Edgewater (Amara at Paraiso, a bayfront restaurant, is already open).

As of today, the opening schedule is:

  • Paraiso Bay – 1Q 2018
  • One Paraiso – Spring 2018
  • Paraiso Bayviews – Summer 2018
  • Gran Paraiso – Top off now, completion Fall 2018

This flyover video shows what the development now looks from above:

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Absurd lack of basic urban planning, a giant amenity deck and towers with no integration whatsoever into the existing or planned surrounding neighborhood. It would be hard to come up with a worse ground level design. They didn’t even bury the power lines on the two streets leading to property, a block from the bay! Shame on the architects and designers who developed this and the city officials who approved it.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Stop shaming, and start blaming the city officials if you want change…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Unlike you developers, us underlings don’t have the money to pay City Officials off, or pay our friends back who donate to politicians on our behalf because we hit the max amount to donate…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Why don’t you become a developer and develop your own project? What’s so wrong with this project? It’s not their responsibility to bury powerlines the city should have done that a long time ago.

Anonymous
3 years ago

– Carlos Rosso

Anonymous
3 years ago

We call these “Vertical Suburbs”

Anonymous
3 years ago

You would love to have the chance to move and live there…… hehehehe
This area was abandoned , what a poor mind you have !

Diderot
3 years ago

No reasonable buyer of real estate in any building would want their private amenity deck integrated with the surrounding “public” neighborhood unless they are living in Plato’s republic.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Where are the bubbles?!

Anonymous
3 years ago

In the renderings.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hahaha…. As usual… Actual project subject to change……

Anonymous
3 years ago

What are the bubbles you’re referring to? Just curious what was promised and not delivered.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Luxury living.. very nice project for Edgewater.. hopefully we get more in next cycle to keep the redevelopment going.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hopefully more towers like this coming in sets of 4 at a time happen,so to give Edgewater more added depth rather quickly.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I agree, Edgewater still needs a lot of edging to become, mature and be an urban area

Anonymous
3 years ago

So now they will finish the bay walk as promised? (See: http://biscaynelinemiami.com/)

Or was that just hoopla?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Geez… Miami has the most crybabies of any city I’ve ever seen.

Anonymous
3 years ago

– Carlos Rosso

Yohan Perez
3 years ago

These bastards still did not open the Baywalk to the public. Biscayne Beach already did. What are they waiting for?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Really don’t understand why they aren’t pushing for the bay walk to be connected. Would be great for the neighborhood and bode well for their current and future projects, even adding value for land-locked properties that can still enjoy some benefits of being by the water, even if they might not have water views. Plus, would drive more traffic to Amara. I live four blocks south on the bay, but would have to trek west to Biscayne and then back east to Paraiso, effectively adding a good three blocks–a 75% increase. Pretty silly and prohibitive to an already wavering walking culture.

Anonymous
3 years ago

does david guetta still have the penthouse locked down on one of these?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Depends on the marketing agreement he signed.

LongMIA
3 years ago

I had dinner at Amara over the weekend (great room, food, and service). We found curbside street parking in front of the restaurant and the valet approached us and tried to shake us down for a fee. What a clown.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Miami Code Enforcement: Is that banner on the side legal?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Was it legal to leave a crane dangling for weeks? Developers can do whatever they want in this city.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Anyone notice the sign “Paraiso District”??? – LOL. OMG. OK!!!! Most people outside of Miami in the US can’t even pronounce this ridiculous name.

Anonymous
3 years ago

… or in Miami

Anonymous
3 years ago

You know paraíso means paradise in Spanish right…

Anonymous
3 years ago

And culo means ass, it’s a dumb name. And 5 buildings don’t constitute a “district” – you aren’t Faena.