62-Story Aria Reserve To Break Ground In May, Now 90% Pre-Sold

Developer Melo Group has announced a groundbreaking date for the first 62-story Aria Reserve tower.

Construction is expected to begin in May 2022, Melo said.

The developer also said it will launch sales for the project’s second tower within the next 30 days, after notching strong sales at the first tower.

More than 90% of the 383-unit first tower has been pre-sold, with reservations now being converted into contracts, according to Melo.

In total, over $600 million worth of sales have been recorded since reservations begin in Summer 2021.

Approximately half of the tower’s buyers are from Latin America and half from the United States, mainly from out of state, Melo added.

 

 


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BDub
3 months ago

Hope out of town buyers aren’t too surprised by the actual surroundings vs the renderings.

ignoranymous
3 months ago

Believe me, they know how Miami looks. I think they’re more interested in the prices.

Robert
3 months ago

Those renderings are funny. It looks like the Bahamas,

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yep, doesn’t insult that upside-down Arquitectonica monstrosity to the south.

Anonymous
3 months ago

include that*

Peter
3 months ago

Beautiful building. The views are the best.

Anonymous
3 months ago

The skyline is looking fuller by the day. I love it!

Not Anonymous
3 months ago

this doesn’t look like Melo, though. I thought they only did rentals.

Jason Allman
3 months ago

Hope you love more traffic and higher prices…………………………

Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

Based Melo, hope they start on their project across from Publix in biscayne soon too

Ninah
3 months ago

People are so unhappy and angry at Aria. So many units for sale right now. Not sure we need another building that type across from Publix. Tip: Build smaller but better. 👍🏼

ignoranymous
3 months ago

Tip: Become a developer, get the money, then build any size you can afford.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Smaller? Dude welcome to a major urban area, Miami needs more buildings not less, and a better public transportation system. If the city built “smaller” price would be even crazier then they are now.

Jason Allman
3 months ago

And where is the water for these people supposed to come from??????

Azarius
3 months ago

Can’t wait to see these rising on the bay

Anonymous
3 months ago

Not bad for Melo, and still manages to look better than Related’s cigarette box with block-spanning parking garage abominations.

Ignacio
3 months ago

I live in Aria on the bay. It’s beautiful and the finishes are great. The few units that are for sale are doble the price than they were when I bought it in pre construction.

Elpit In
3 months ago

Melo takes the saying “quantity over quality” to a whole another level

Anonymous
3 months ago

cant wait for them to see the cheap inside finishings

Bob
3 months ago

have you seen the finish’s ?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yes, I saw them at El Dorado.

Linda
3 months ago

Furnishings are from Morada

Anonymous
3 months ago

Hope Aria Reserve is not anything like Aria if you know what I mean.