Melody Now Under Construction, Adding Another 500 Units Downtown

Just days after gaining approval from a Miami board, Melo Group’s 36-story Melody Tower is now under construction at at 245 NE 14 Street, across from the Arsht Center.

Melody will include 497 units, along with a ground-floor restaurant. Apartments will be finished with granite counter tops, laminated wood flooring and porcelain tile. Residents will have access to a fitness center, sauna and social room.

The project was designed by Itec Design, a firm that previously worked on Melo’s Skyview and Flagler on the River.

Previously: Melody Near Approval, Could Begin Construction Next Month


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melo brother #3
7 years ago

i even don’t like my designs own. sorry my english not too good. go heet.

7 years ago

You guys don’t waste anytime, keep up the good work, btw looks a lot better then another empty lot

7 years ago

go up and down biscayne, look at how melo buildings have aged, and tell me it’s better than an empty lot.

7 years ago

Well, the upside is that one of the worst murals in Miami will hopefully be covered.

7 years ago


7 years ago

I like that mural!!!! I hope they keep it…somehow… :-/

7 years ago

What’s happening to Espacio USA plans next door? That whole block is supposed to be one giant construction site right now…

7 years ago

Zzzzzz. Huh what??? wait…
Oh sorry, that design was so boring and generic I fell asleep on my keyboard.

7 years ago

Have they done traffic studies? I think this building can be a huge danger. The design is so boring I can easily see motorists falling asleep and crashing causing fatalities due to the monotonous boring design of this building.

7 years ago

An fyi. There have been some changes made to the design of this building at the request of the review board before the approval was given because of how bland it is. This happened more than once mind you. Not sure if the render above is the finished product or the old design.

7 years ago

Second day in a row that I pass by this project and all construction equipment is gone (2 days now). Lot looks abandoned.

7 years ago

I agree it looks better than an empty parking lot. As a matter of fact, I agree with that statement 1000%. Let’s get together to ban this design firm from designing any other projects in the future though. Where is their design creativity and edge?