Here's a shot taken from the north of the Edition to show you just how lovely those ocean views are going to be--and how quickly you'll be able to pop on down for a dip when staying here.
Built in 1955, the former Seville Beach Resort building is, of course, protected so the demolition and restoration must undergo stringent revision from Miami Beach's Historic Preservation Board. Their reports tell us that Edition is building a three-stroy rooftop addition to the existing hotel, as well as constructing a new 16-story ground level addition on the north side of the site and a 5-story ground level addition on the south side.
It also looks like they want to demolish the existing cabanas, although they're still standing for now, as you can see in our shot below.
They actually look kinda glam in that MiMo curved design. We hope the cabanas maintain some of that Rat Pack-era razzle dazzle even if they're rebuilt from scratch.