New Renderings Of 647-Unit Aria On The Bay

New renderings of Aria On the Bay have been released that show what the massive 647-unit tower will look like next to neighboring buildings.

Reservations are now underway for the condo units.

The project architect is Arquitectonica.

 

 

 

 

 

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Ed
6 years ago

Wow, it looks like the north facing units of Bay Parc Plaza apartments practically touch this new building its so close.

Setbacks must be revamped in this town. What a shame. Thanks Melo!

Peter
6 years ago

Agreed. There is nothing livable with these extremely dense tall buildings without setbacks.

XVS
6 years ago

You seem to be unhappy with just about anything. Why not move to Idaho, as some folks suggested, if you hate how this town is developing so much?

Marc305
6 years ago

Thank you XVS, my thought exactly. For all the people that complain about Miami’s growth, the solution is simple… move! You all act as if someone is forcing you to live in the 5 mile radius that includes Midtown, Downtown, and Brickell. Who exactly is holding a gun to your heads? We are fast becoming the Manhattan of the south, which means… and let me spell it out for you… C-o-n-c-r-e-t-e J-u-n-g-l-e. For those of us who love it, we cannot wait for even more projects to be completed.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Obviously exagerated “tallness”…sorrounded by 1800 Club and cheap rental with metal railings to the South…just go and see the location for yourself.

Paul
6 years ago

Per the render, this must have gone from 477 feet to 647 feet, great job Melo

Anonymous
6 years ago

crazy that someone can get away with this…building is surrounded by other buildings 1800 Club to the North and ugly rental to the South

XVS
6 years ago

What’s really crazy is that that lot is still occupied by a building that belongs in Haiti, not USA.

The real JK
6 years ago

So tired of seeing all the trash that is being built in Miami. Arquitectonica and cheap developers (i.e. all developers in Miami) have completely destroyed the skyline of what once was a beautiful city. Shame on all – developers, architects, city officials and Miami residents for letting this happen.

JK

XVS
6 years ago

Finally, a decent building by Melo. I’d call it awesome, but afraid that Melo being Melo, architecture might be dumbed down.
Perfect addition to the neighborhood otherwise.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Bay House is pretty decent.

Gared
6 years ago

XVS and Marc 305,like your thinking,” city should be a city”,should be walkable, should have parks,should have public transportation,but should have plenty of concrete too.And more density the better.