Melo Group Delivering 2,000 Units Over The Next Two Years

Melo Group is moving forward with plans to begin construction on the 647-unit Aria On The Bay in early 2015 after achieving $200 million in sales.

At nearby Bay House, the developer has sold 97% of the 165 units. The project is now topped off.

In September, Melo completed 25 Mirage, a 171-unit rental project. It was 100% leased within a few weeks of opening.

Melo’s 300-unit Flagler On The River also opened this year, and was fully leased within months of topping off – even before the building opened.

According to GlobeSt, the developer plans to deliver an additional 2,000 units over the next two years.

 

 

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Anonymous
6 years ago

As much as everyone complains about the aesthetics of their projects, I have to say i’m a fan. Go to any melo project and you have actual residents who are walking dogs, jogging, and being active. Compared to higher priced units which feature alot of snowbirds and investment properties.

XVS
6 years ago

Building “affordable” stinkers in desirable locations is certainly a winning strategy, everything will be occupied very quickly.
Hopefully, Aria will break the mold, and Melos start constructing something worthwile for a change.

Anonymous
6 years ago

What’s your definition of “worthwhile”?

Really???
6 years ago

So buildings with people actually living there, walking dogs, jogging, etc. aren’t worthwhile?

I’ve got a few friends that live in Melo buildings and overall they like like. None of their complaints have to do with the aesthetics of the buildings. Dismissing these people as not worthwhile when they are the ones bringing vitality to the neighborhood seems odd.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Philistine scum, don’t you realize that empty architectural masterpieces contribute much more to society/a neighborhood than people. People suck, which is why so many move to the urban core to avoid people. Or something like that…

Anonymous
6 years ago

I’ve lived in 2 different melo buildings, quite enjoyable experiences affordable prices- tons of young hotties/professionals. Management is hit or miss but compared to friends who live at Plaza/ One Miami they are overpaying compared to where i live at.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Hopefully they dont overextend themselves…they are already showing irrational signs , developing 650 condos in 1 single tower…best of lucks.