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.
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 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.