Miami Skyline Lights Up Along Edgewater Corridor

The up-and-coming Edgewater neighborhood has $1.5 billion of proposed luxury real estate projects located in a span of just four blocks on Biscayne Boulevard.

Photo by: Paul Morris A collective group of developers came together to light up the neighborhood along Biscayne Bay during Art Basel. Eastview Development, mckafka Development Group, Melo Group, and The Related Group joined forces to create a radiant light installation shown here. With each new project serving as a work of art in its own right, this Art Basel-inspired collaboration offers a glimpse at the buildings poised to define the future of Miami’s skyline.

It's considered one of Miami's fastest growing neighborhoods. The Edgewater corridor is located between 17th and 37th streets on Biscayne Boulevard and it's in the center of all the action. At least 10 condo projects are currently proposed in the neighborhood and five of those developments were highlighted by a light showing during Art Basel Miami Beach. 

The installation marks “the first time competitive developers have joined forces to promote an area,” ISG World principal Craig Studnicky told The Real Deal. “With this unique initiative, the developments are working together to sell the next ground-floor neighborhood of downtown Miami.” Studnicky worked together with Cervera Real Estate’s Alicia Cervera to organize the display and get each builder on board.

Situated in the heart of the Miami's urban core, this fast-growing neighborhood is at the center of numerous recreational and lifestyle destinations, including the luxury shops of the Design District, the Wynwood Arts District,  the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Museum Park and the brand new Pérez Art Museum Miami, America Airlines Arena and the shops and restaurants of Midtown.

See also: Skyscrapers Rise in Miami's Funky Edgewater Neighborhood

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