Photo: Construction Underway At Melo Group’s 647-Unit Aria On the Bay

With foundation work underway,  Melo Group’s 50-story Aria On the Bay has been added to our TNM Index of projects under construction.

At 647 units, it packs one of the highest amount of residential units into a single condo tower of any currently under construction in Miami. Tibor Hollo’s Panorama Tower will have 821 units (and 208 hotel rooms,) but it is being built as a rental tower.

Melo Group also has the Melody rental project under construction nearby, and is wrapping up the Bay House condo project.

 

 

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BinBrickell
6 years ago

First condo to rise in the Omni neighborhood this cycle (vs 17 in Brickell, 7 in Edgewater, and 2 downtown)

Obviously
6 years ago

That’s if you’re not counting Melo’s other development that’s under construction – MELODY.

Anonymous
6 years ago

That’s a rental. He said condo.

BinBrickell
6 years ago

total residential during this cycle so far is Brickell: 29 (12 rentals), Edgewater: 9 (2 rentals), Downtown: 6 (4 rentals), Omni: 2 (1 rental)

Obviously
6 years ago

Hmmm…it still seems like you’re missing something B…I just can’t put my finger on it….I’ll check and get back with you later.

Marc305
6 years ago

I drove by the lot last week, it is not very big, the buildings are going to be super close to each other, but I am sure they will completely sell out. That area is very sought after.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Could this couple of blocks rival NY density or be among the cities most dense area??

Think about it
Venetia
Doubletree (Has rental units)
Opera Tower
Bayshore Apartments (I forget the name)
Aria
1800
Quantum
CITE

it has to be among the cities most dense areas.

Obviously
6 years ago

I think you need to temper your exuberance a bit there sport, Miami is still way out of Manhattan NY’s league.

Anonymous
6 years ago

I obviously said couple of blocks; and I think it’s a reasonable comparison being that you current have about 1000 units per block