Plaza Construction has topped off construction of Biscayne Beach, a 52-story tower in Edgewater.
Domestic buyers, as well as those from Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Italy, Kuwait, France, Turkey and Spain, have condo units under contract at the 391-unit tower, according to a spokesperson. Three residences remain, including two penthouses.
The building, at 2900 Northeast Seventh Avenue, is being developed by Two Roads Development and GTIS Partners. It’s slated to open by the end of this year. Two Roads is also the developer behind the nearby Elysee Miami, a planned 57-story designed by Arquitectonica and Jean-Louis Deniot.
Units will range from one to three bedrooms, including six two-story penthouses with private rooftop pools and garden terraces. Biscayne Beach’s amenities include a beach club, elevated sandy beach area, private cabanas, pool, and a restaurant and bar. Thom Filicia of “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” designed the common area amenities and units.
Cervera Real Estate handled the sales and marketing for Biscayne Beach. Penthouse 6 is on the market for $5.2 million, penthouse 7 for $9.5 million and unit 202 for $1.63 million, the spokesperson said.
In June, a construction worker was killed while working on the 37th floor of Biscayne Beach. Construction began a year earlier in June 2014.
In Edgewater, other towers in the pipeline include Aria on the Bay, the Paraiso complex, and Icon Bay.