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55-story condo tower Edge on Brickell headed to Miami

December 16, 2013 03:45PM

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A condominium tower known as the Edge on Brickell is planned for a 13,000-square-foot site of the defunct seafood restaurant Big Fish in Miami.

The developer, The Edge on Brickell LLC, has entered contract to buy the land at 55 Southwest Miami Avenue on the Miami River. The 55-story, 604-foot-tall building would hold 130 condo units, a 156-space parking garage and a restaurant. Luis Revuelta, a principal partner of Revuelta Architecture International, has been tapped as architect of record for the tower. Revuelta is also designing the conversion of the former Carib Theater on Lincoln Road into a multi-level retail space.

Big Fish is expected to reopen in Miami’s upper east side, at 620 Northeast 78th Street. [exMiami]Mark Maurer

  • jake

    So you get about 1 parking space per condo unit? Hope you dont plan on having friends over!

  • Alex

    Horrible looking building. The land is too small and the building looks like a big slab of concrete. The land should never have been zoned the way it was. It is out of place with its location so close to the river.

  • David Siddons

    The buildings exteriors might be a typical example of either you love it or you hate it. However there are only 3 units per floor which is unique and the units are large.

    http://luxlifemiamiblog.com/the-edge-on-brickell/

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