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One Thousand Museum doppelganger condo tower with helipad approved for Miami’s Edgewater
A partnership that includes the developers of One Thousand Museum have the green light to construct a 649-foot-tall waterfront condo tower in Edgewater with a helipad on the roof.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board approved the design of the proposed tower at 710 Northeast 29th Street by a vote of 3 to 1 on Wednesday.
Called 729 Edge, it will be built by Michael Konig, Alex Posth, Kevin Venger, and Louis Birdman. Venger and Birdman were part of a development team that constructed the Miami condo tower One Thousand Museum in 2019, the last building designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid.
58-story mixed-use Edgewater tower advances
A skyscraper reaching 58 stories planned for the Edgewater area in Miami, called 710 Edge, has been recommended for approval by the city’s Urban Development Review Board.
Documents identify the developer as 710 Edge LLC. The project was designed by O’Donnell Dannwolf & Partners Architects.
The sleek tower is planned for a waterfront property at 710 NE 29th St. The application says the project aims to capture the essence of Miami lifestyle and modern architecture through its pronounced features.