40% Sold, Rather Tacky Edgewater Condo Tower ‘Spark’ to Break Ground This Fall
A condo tower called Spark, by a developer called Spider (where do they get these names?) is gearing up for a fall groundbreaking at 533 NE 34th Street, with 40 percent of its 56 condos already sold. This is according to the Real Deal, which also says “construction would begin by the end of the year.” So, that’s like a window of, what, four months? Anywho, the tower is being designed by the Miami architecture firm of Behar, Font & Partners. From the renderings it looks like they might be going for a contemporary Little Mermaid-meets-MiMo motif, which, well, according to some people beauty is in the eye of the beholder. So, if you agree with that, behold! Units at the tower start at $500,000, and range between 955 square feet and 3,925 square feet for the largest penthouse. Oh, and there’s a big, beautiful empty lot right between this thing and the bay that’s primo development land, so if you’re buying in for those gorgeous bay views, you might want to reconsider. Or just don’t.