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Large mixed-use project planned in Edgewater

Featuring 53 stories, 444 residences, and 200 hotel rooms

A rendering of a mixed-use project at 1775 Biscayne Boulevard
Courtesy of Kobi Karp

A large mixed-use project is planned for Miami’s thriving Edgewater neighborhood.

Located at 1775 Biscayne Boulevard (across the street from Publix), the 53-story development was designed by Kobi Karp and totals 1.36 million square feet, per the architect.

The project features 200 hotel rooms, 444 residences, 14,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, 65,000 square feet of office space, a 546-spot parking garage, nearly 27,000 square feet of a multi-level commercial area in the upper levels of the pedestal and pool deck, and a 7,700-square-foot rooftop solarium.

Just east of the empty site is the 90 percent-sold Aria on the Bay, which nears completion and includes Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton among its buyers.

The development team is V Downtown Inc., which is comprised of Barry J. Silverman and Judy Silverman, per the South Florida Business Journal, which also states the project will go before Miami’s Urban Design Review Board this week.

Renderings are courtesy of Kobi Karp