The Epic in Downtown Miami could be getting a gorgeous new neighbor in the form of a 70-story condominium tower with a lighthouse on the top floor, according to The Next Miami:
The 817-foot tower is proposed to include 384 residential units and 561 parking spaces. It will be built at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way, on the former Epic East site.
Condo units will be expensive and luxurious, with features such as private elevators. The company, which is controlled by Argentina’s Cotto family, paid a record $125 million for the 1.25-acre property last year – equating to an average land cost of $326,000 for each of the proposed 384 units (or $115 per foot of proposed residential F.A.R.).
The proposed sail-shaped tower would be developed by Developer Riverwalk East Development, LLC and feature the typical luxury amenities like a spa and pool deck, along with the 70th-floor lighthouse.
The architects listed are Revuelta Architecture and Argentina’s Bodas Miani Anger.