Melo Gets Water & Sewer Connection For 441 Apartments At Urban22, Construction Permit Pending

Melo Group has signed a deal to bring utilities for 441 apartment at a new project in the Edgewater area called Urban22.

The proposal includes two towers rising 15 stories.

The developer has already filed for a construction permit, with the total hard construction cost estimated at $124 million.

According to the new utilities agreement, Urban 22 will include:

  • 441 apartments
  • 7,835 square feet of retail
  • 9,030 square feet of office

A parking garage is being built but will be completely masked with habitable liners. In total 529 parking spaces are proposed.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Since this is Melo, I will plan for an October 2021 move in date!

BDub
1 month ago

That section of NE 2nd Ave is becoming a nice stretch with some interesting restaurants and retail.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good.. that area is blossoming before our very eyes!

Marc
1 month ago

Some great restaurants, especially the Italian bakery, best in Miami.

BDub
1 month ago

The Italian baguette is so good.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Give Melo the key to the city already

Anonymous
1 month ago

The old man got one already. Get them 2 more

Anonymous
1 month ago

I would like to take this time to thank the Melo Group for not being just another land banker.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Go Melo
That area is ripe for resurgence and development. Lots of empty lots

Anonymous
1 month ago

Amazing location

Anonymous
1 month ago

Now is the time to build a few casinos in the area.

Rich
1 month ago

That stretch of N.E. 2nd Ave. is in desperate need of revitalization, so I’m glad this will be going up soon.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Urban.

Also, everyone gets a parking space and wide/fast streets so they can drive everywhere and never walk in their city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well you can walk if you want to… nobody will stop you.

Anonymous
1 month ago

what wide street ?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’ve been gone for three months. Nothing changes at TNM. The same parking space bull. You guys are amazing. Where did the bike lane guy go? Is Miami still winning? Where is the shore power guy?

Anonymous
1 month ago

… don’t forget me, the more “office buildings” guy!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol…sorry, my bad.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^ Hey, what about me, the more “shade trees” guy?!”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol…again, my bad.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“extend Metromover to Aventura, Ft. Lauderdale, and Raleigh/Durham”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nahhh, just come up with some idea on what to do with a Metromover system that’s already been in place before a lot of these people were born.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You’re thinking small. Extend it to NYC!

Anonymous
1 month ago

You’re still thinking too small. Let Musk bore tunnels to drive electric cars in from Miami all the way up to Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, and then down to Key West, and back up to Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sounds good. Do us a favor – make sure you look both ways before you cross the street.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Urban” apartments with a garage for over 500 cars.

Azarius
1 month ago

Again transit isn’t there yet ppl need to be able to park they car. How long will it take to extend any mover to Midtown

Anonymous
1 month ago

The article does say “office & retail space” also.

Daniel
1 month ago

Developers build apartments, buildings, high-risings…… The City/County is the one that builds the public transportation network. People, I get your frustration, but for the love of God, stop asking (bitch……ing) for something that is not their job, nor their purpose!!!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Forget it.. they won’t stop.

Rich
1 month ago

Lol. Good point!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Line up the balconies symmetrically! It looks nicer and cleaner, and nobody wants some crazy dropping from the end of one above and landing on a longer one below.

Alternatively, you could not do them at all–much to some of the chagrin of some posters here when it’s proven in this area you can sell well without any balconies, instead focusing on the architectural quality and materials.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Do you live in a building right now that doesn’t have balconies?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nope. I live in a house with a backyard and a pool.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Oh.. so it’s really you who don’t want to drop “from the end of one above” and land “on a longer one below?”

Anonymous
1 month ago

As someone who lives in a high rise condo WITH balconies, I can say you have no clue what apartment dwellers want. Stick with your grass and weedwacker.