Miami Urban Design Board to Review Proposal for 2140 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida

Edgewood 22, a high-rise residential development, could replace a Midas auto parts store that was built just four years ago. Edgewood 22 LLC, managed by New York-based Nahman Lichtenstein, purchased the .51-acre build site for $6.3 million in 2022. Initially, according to the Real Deal, plans called for 120 apartments in an 18-story building.

Now, breaking news from the South Florida Business Journal indicates that plans call for a 20-story tower that will offer 160 units, measuring 504 square feet to 2,023 square feet each. Layout plans comprise studios to four-bedroom homes.

The venture would measure 20 stories.

Amenities would include 219 parking spots, two swimming pools, and a fifth-floor amenity deck. In addition to the residences and amenities, there would be just over 10,000 square feet of retail.

Sources list Zyscovich Architects as the architect. Conceptual renderings show a high-rise tower in a modern contemporary style. Miami’s Urban Design Review Board is set to consider Edgewood 22’s proposal.

Edgewood 22 could replace this auto parts store.

Edgewood 22 is just one of the many proposed apartment complexes in Miami-Dade County right now. Its name is a combination of Miami’s Edgewater and Wynwood neighborhoods.

If approved, the venture could take shape at 2140 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, 33137, in Miami-Dade County.

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