1825 and 1837 N.E. Fourth Ave, Edgewater, Miami, FL
The application was filed by Meridian TC Real Estate, owned by Victor William Ticona Cuadros and Victor Augusto Ticona Correa, the heads of Grupo T&C in Peru.
The 36-story tower would total 494,824 square feet, with 322 residential units, 6,183 square feet of commercial space, and 372 parking spaces. There would be a pool deck on the roof and an amenity center on the ninth floor with a gym and lounge.
Units would range from 525 to 1,560 square feet. There would be 27 studios, 160 units with one bedroom, 84 units with two bedrooms, and 54 units with three bedrooms.
Koby Karp is an architect of the project.
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