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Miami’s Biscayne Beach to open this summer; closings are underway

Several units remain in the 391-residence development

Biscayne Beach in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood, a luxury tower on the bay
Biscayne Beach in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood
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Closings are underway at one of Miami’s newest condos, as the 51-story Biscayne Beach has concluded construction in Edgewater and received its temporary certificate of occupancy.

A collaboration between Two Roads Development and GTIS Partners, the 99-percent sold luxury development at 2900 Northeast 7th Avenue is expecting residents to begin moving in this summer.

The development totals 391 units, ranging in size from one to three bedrooms and also including townhome-style beachhouse residences in addition to multi-level upper penthouses with private pools and gardens. Two penthouses and one beachhouse remain, ranging in price from $1.6 million to $9.4 million.

Thom Filicia, the interior design expert in the Emmy-Award winning Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, designed the common areas, Beach Club, and exclusive residences, utilizing grey woods, travertine stone, and bronze metallics throughout his first condo project.

The development’s biggest draw amenity-wise has to be its private Beach Club, which offers an elevated beach overlooking the bay with cabanas, a zero-entry pool, and concierge services. A restaurant, bar, and fitness center are among its other amenities.

Renderings can be viewed over here, with actual photos down below.

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