The Edge On Brickell, a tall thin, condo project on the south bank of the Miami River, is moving forward with slightly modified plans.
A recent application for utilities to the site now lists the restaurant size at 4,172-square-feet, up slightly from plans submitted last July. Rafael Aragonés, the developer, signed the new documents earlier this month.
The number of condo units remains unchanged at 130. (more…)
In 2010, developers of buildings like the new Banco Santander tower will need to get creative to build taller and more dense projects under Miami’s still-pending zoning code, Miami 21.
Banco Santander is considering paying for a transfer of development rights from other property owners to build an 840-foot tower on Brickell Avenue. The possible development strategy was part of a December briefing a bank official made to city commission Chairman Marc Sarnoff, his staffers and the city’s planning director.
The architects behind Miami’s iconic Espirito Santo building are working to design an 84-story glass tower for Spain-based Banco Santander’s site on Brickell Avenue.
New York City-based Khon Pederson Fox Associates (KPF) won a contest to design the building, the company confirmed. But Banco Santander officials have wanted to keep the details of the Miami project under wraps.