At 54 stories, the Gran Paraiso luxury
condo tower looms over the seven-story Bayside Terrace
Condominium in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood. So when the
319-unit building was being built, construction debris caked
Bayside Terrace from all angles, according to a recently
From left: Gran Paraiso and Bayside Terrace Condo
“There was cementitious material
splatter on the building’s north and west walls, the west
side walkways, the north and west side window frames, window
glass, window screens, balcony walls and site wall,” the
lawsuit claims. “The cementitious material splatter was also
found on the pool deck, pool coping, pool deck furniture,
doorway canopies, roof membrane, rooftop railings and
Additionally, there was overspray from stucco, paint, and permanent construction debris on the Bayside Terrace property and vehicles parked in its lot, the lawsuit alleges.
Gran Paraiso, the fourth and final condo tower of Related’s Paraiso Bay complex in Edgewater, opened in January 2019. The three other buildings are One Paraiso, Paraiso Bayviews and Paraiso Bay, and the entire complex has about 1,350 units. Former New York Yankee and real estate investor Alex Rodriguez owns a 3,200-square-foot penthouse in Gran Paraiso, which was designed by Arquitectonica.
The project made headlines during Hurricane Irma in 2017 when a construction crane snapped at the construction site.