In Edgewater, developer Melo Group has just applied for a construction permit to begin building the first of two towers at Aria Reserve.
Plans have not yet been attached to the permit, so review is not yet underway. The application was filed on December 17.
There will be 383 residential units in the first tower, the permit states.
Total hard construction cost for the first tower is estimated to be $296.3 million, according to the permit filing.
Melo is listed as the contractor.
The 62-story Aria Reserve towers are planned to be built at 649 feet above sea level – the maximum permitted by the FAA in the area.
A second tower is also planned next door. They will become the tallest waterfront residential twin towers in the U.S., Melo has said.
Last month, Melo announced that construction would begin in early 2022.
Melo also recently completed the purchase of 147 units of Transferrable Development Rights from the historic Central Baptist Church property next to their Downtown 5th Property. The rights were transferred to be used at Aria Reserve.