Construction Permit Applied For At 62-Story Aria Reserve, Where 40% Of Units Are Sold

Developer Melo Group has submitted a construction permit application to allow for foundation work at their Aria Reserve project in Edgewater.

The developer said in a statement that they have already sold 40% of units in the 62-story South Tower, where sales are now underway (sales haven’t yet launched for the North Tower).

Melo also said they have sold all 12 of the South Tower’s single-story penthouses. In total, over $40 million in penthouses have been sold in the past 90 days.

City records show the the construction permit is now in review, with the foundation plans submitted on September 10.

According to the construction permit application, piling work valued at $132,750 is planned. There does not yet appear to be a construction permit pending for vertical construction.

At Aria, buyers from the U.S. are permitted to put a smaller pre-construction deposit of 30%, compared to a 40% deposit required for international buyers. More than half of buyers so far are from the U.S.

Groundbreaking is expected to take place in early 2022, with completion in 2024.

The twin 62-story towers at Aria will be the tallest waterfront dual tower residential development in the United States, Melo says.

 

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Anonymous
23 days ago

A great way to fill in the skyline between Elysee and Missoni

Anonymous
23 days ago

this is not your sugar babies lips or ass, the skyline does not need to be filled in. This city needs good projects with better developers and planners that will kill the shit stigma this city has with construction and the quality we like to label as “lux”.

Anonymous
23 days ago

You know what hot dogs are made of – lips and ass (holes).

Robbie B
14 days ago

Hot dogs are made from the rooter to the tooter?

Anonymous
23 days ago

thank you so much for your message. I don’t understand why the need to fill in every lot with just poor quality and ugly looking buildings.

Anonymous
23 days ago

^
Haha, a Pretty Police detective.

Anonymous
23 days ago

I agree, but that has pretty much been the case for every Edgewater bayfront box within the last ten years. Frankly, this one looks somewhat better than Related’s monstrosities.

Anonymous
23 days ago

New buildings on Edgewater are required to build boardwalks on the bay. Hopefully it’s all connected from Miami river to i195 in the next ten years

Anonymous
23 days ago

Love these towers

Anonymous
23 days ago

Connect that boardwalk

Anonymous
23 days ago

Melo shows us again how they’re sigma and chad.

Anonymous
23 days ago

amazing how fast things are selling

Brooklyn
23 days ago

WHat’s the purpose of renderings that don’t show the surrounding neighborhood?

Anonymous
20 days ago

you didnt know that edgewater is an isolated tropical island with nothing but palm trees and paddle boarders ?

Robbie B
14 days ago

Great question.

Azarius
23 days ago

Melo will have these up in record time

anon anonymous
23 days ago

is arquitrashtonica cheating on jorge perez

Anonymous
23 days ago

Can’t wait for this, finally a full baywalk. Meanwhile what is happening with that jinxed Miami women’s club restaurant? Every few months a new announcement but it looks derelict and bombed out. No work ever being carried out. TNM is not bothered to do a story about it. Anyone knows anything other than the name of a new restaurant that announces it is opening there every 6 months?

Anonymous
23 days ago

you gotta real boner for this womens club crap, news flash nobody gaf

Anonymous
23 days ago

Right, one of Edgewater’s best buildings, but who cares right? Build more cigarette boxes with parking garages along entire blocks. Water jet pack saxophonist go brrr.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Nice.

Anonymous
22 days ago

We need more garages in this city. They look great.

Anonymous
22 days ago

I’m trying to be optimistic. Let’s hope the actual structure looks much better than the renderings. Seems like a wasted opportunity, installing such an underwhelming design in such a unique location.

JFM
14 days ago

Exactly. Those two buildings are just way too tall to be built so close to the waterfront(Biscayne bay). Unfortunately, that has become an ugly trend down here. I would have preferred that all of these very tall buildings would have all been built west of Biscayne Boulevard, so that the waterfront areas north of the old Omni Mall area, would have all remained peaceful, and quiet, historic low density Miami neighborhoods.

Anonymous
23 days ago

There we go again with the same comments: This tower will top off by Xmas; GO MELO, YOU’RE THE GREATEST; Melo knows how to do it, etc.

Anonymous
23 days ago

interns gotta eat

Anonymous
23 days ago

Okay mana

Anonymous
23 days ago

There we go again with the same whining comments: This tower is ugly, somebody stop Melo, Melo town, blah blah blah blah…

Anonymous
23 days ago

Unlesss they find human remains

Jibba Jabba
22 days ago

Spoken like a true and devoted hardcore cuck.

Anonymous
14 days ago

piling work valued at $132,750 is planned.
LOL !!

Anonymous
22 days ago

Fill the skyline with anything. What a clown.

Anonymous
22 days ago

Dromeas kitchen cabinets for this tower please.