Photos: Second Tower At Art Plaza Now Topped Off, 655 Units Delivering Soon

Art Plaza’s 34-story west tower is now topped off, according to shell contractor L&R Structural.

It is the second and final top off at the twin-tower development.

With both towers now topped off, developer Melo Group is on track for delivery in Spring of 2019.

In total, 655 apartments are being built between the two towers.

 

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Miami1
2 years ago

Melo should be contracted to build the Smart Plan. Maybe in two years we can take a Metromover to the Beach or a train to Homestead!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

But.. how I wouldn’t able be to grease all of my partners palms that fast….

Anonymous
2 years ago

train to homestead would be a waste. the county should focus on the urban first. then build commuter, not heavy rail, out to the suburbs and exurbs.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Metromover to the Beach is half-assed, even for Melo.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Thanks for the photos. They show how much buildable land there still is in Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

More land than people who would want to live here.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Statistics and facts seem to differ from the comment above. But hey, what’s that stuff!!?!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Can’t wait till they start in their other project across the street from this and one across from MDC and that historic church. That one will bring a lot of street life to 5th ave.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wow. Think of the inefficacy having separate AC units like that in a high rise. That’s what happens with cheap developers.

Anonymous
2 years ago

More common with rental properties though. Condos usually have the large chiller plants that tied into the HOA fees.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Crazy for a large high rise.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You could have a roof top pool .. or a bunch of air conditioning compressors.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Location, Location, Prime Location

Azarius
2 years ago

Melo is producing what will be affordable housing in 10 years

Anonymous
2 years ago

He is producing eyesores in TODAY.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The Melo District

Anonymous
2 years ago

Malo Projects

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ugly boxes that look the same as the Bronx 20 years ago.