MIAMI | 55 SW Miami Ave Rd (The Edge On Brickell) | 631 FT | 53 FLOORS


Artfully illuminated, The Edge on Brickell tips off sales

The Edge on Brickell, the latest luxury condo on the Miami River, has launched sales.

The 58-story, 127-unit residential tower was jointly developed by Rafael Aragonés and Alberto Espinosa. Located at 55 SW Miami Avenue Road, the building will rise 631 feet, with an outside 600-foot illuminated mural designed by Dutch artist Jan Hendrix.

The Edge on Brickell offers two- and three-bedroom units, as well as duplex penthouses. Pricing will range from $648,000 to more than $4 million. Interiors will feature floor-to-ceiling windows and terraces with views of the Miami River, Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline.

“The Edge on Brickell is the expression of our vision to create an art-boutique building that provides residents with an exclusive living experience overlooking the Miami River,” Aragonés said in a statement.

Amenities include yacht slips, robotic parking elevators invisible from the street, a 15th-floor pool deck with panoramic views, gym with sauna and massage room, children’s playroom and media room. The development is also anchored by a signature restaurant with a separate entrance.

Construction will begin in early 2015, with completion slated for Spring 2017.

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This project had a redesign along with a different developer. But it is back from the dead. I think the new design is much better IMO.


Developer proposes 53-story tower on Miami River near Brickell

Plans for the Edge on Brickell tower along the Miami River are back on, but under a new developer with a redesigned site plan.

A company led by Rafael Argones previously planned to build a 130-unit, 58-story condo at 39 and 55 S.W. Miami Ave. Road, just west of the South Miami Avenue bridge. Those plans were scuttled when the group sold the 14,714-square-foot site for $18.3 million in 2015 to Brickellview 3114 LLC, managed by Miami attorney Gerardo A. Vezquez.

The new owner will take its plans before the Miami River Commission Urban Infill & Greenways Subcommittee on April 22. The new Edge on Brickell would have 70 condos and 200 hotel rooms in 53 stories. The building would total 363,868 square feet, including 182 parking spaces.

Ben Fernandez, the land use attorney for Brickellview 3114, didn’t return a call seeking comment. The plans were designed by Kobi Karp Architecture.

The condos at the Edge on Brickell would range from 1,200 to 2,198 square feet and be on the upper floors, above the hotel rooms. There would be a 6,480-square-foot restaurant on the rooftop. The pool and gym would be on the ninth floor, while the main lobby would be on the 10th floor.

The ground floor would have a small restaurant and a dockmaster’s quarters. The developer would build both a dock and a pedestrian walkway along the Miami River. That would aid the Miami River Commission’s goal of creating a path for people to walk along the river, through the urban core.

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