By Jon Warech
GEOGRAPHICALLY DESIRABLE, WITH SOME OF THE BEST VIEWS IN MIAMI, EDGEWATER WAS DESTINED FOR SUCCESS. BUT WITH NEW LUXURY CONDOS AND BURGEONING CULTURAL OFFERINGS, THE TIME IS NOW FOR LIVING ON (AND IN) THE EDGE.
Hugging Biscayne Bay from North 17th Street to the Julia Tuttle Causeway, Edgewater is on the rise thanks to luxury developments in the works, a growing cultural scene, and the high-profile people moving in. Ocean Drive takes a look at the buildings, people, places, and things making this one of the hottest areas in South Florida.
Just east of Wynwood and north of an arts district home to the Adrienne Arsht Center, Pérez Art Museum Miami, and soon, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, Edgewater is the waterfront neighbor to some of the best events in town.
Chef and up-and-coming neighborhood connoisseur Daniel Serfer partnered with Ryan Roman on Mignonette, the popular seafood and oyster bar, launching the dining scene in Edgewater.
Missoni Baia, the first-ever branded residences from iconic luxury fashion and design house Missoni, is a 649-foot-tall tower located directly on the water. Consisting of 146 expansive residences ranging from 2,500 to 3,700 square feet, the debut Miami project of OKO Group’s Vladislav Doroninfeatures interiors that incorporate the Missoni Home furniture collection, along with amenities like five swimming pools, elevated tennis courts, and a fitness center and spa overlooking the bay.
Rumor has it that a high-end private international school has been scouting locations in Edgewater for a Miami-based outpost.
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tags / Vladislav Doronin, Missoni Baia, Edgewater, Miami