Melo Group proposes two Miami rental projects

Miami /
May.May 20, 2014 12:45 PM

Miami developer Melo Group wants to build a pair of rental apartment buildings near the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

Melo is slated to present the latest design for Melody Tower to the city’s Urban Development Review Board on Wednesday, according to a written announcement from a company spokesperson. The developer plans to construct a 36-story mixed-use rental building at the 245 Northwest 14th Street site, which is adjacent to the Arsht Center.

“With the Arts & Entertainment District building momentum as a world-class cultural epicenter in the Southeast, one thing is still lacking – a luxury residential community that serves young professionals who work in the area,” Melo principal Carlos Melo said.

“At Melody, professionals seeking an urban lifestyle will enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere in a walkable neighborhood that will attract much-needed restaurants and retail to the district.”

Melo is also proposing a 36-story, 650-unit apartment tower four blocks west of the Arsht Center. The company has not given a name to the project. It plans to ask city commissioners for a zoning change to allow the 36 stories on the site. — Eric Kalis


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