Four new towers approved in Miami

Miami /
May.May 29, 2014 03:45 PM

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board gave conditional approval to four major projects.

The towers include Melo Group’s Melody Tower; Brickell Ten, at 1010 SW Second Avenue; 1010 Brickell; and One Paraiso, located at 3131 NE Seventh Avenue.

Previously the board had deferred the Melody Tower, located at 235 and 245 NE 14th Street, based on its stocky profile, according to Miami Today News.

But after Melo agreed to slim down the 497-unit, mixed-use development, featuring ground floor retail, outdoor plazas and restaurants, the project was granted conditional approval.

Brickell Ten was also approved. That project calls for 155 residential units in a 22-story building, with 13,900 square feet of retail and restaurant space on ground floor and mezzanine level.

1010 Brickell will be built on a small site and designed around an existing office condo. Plans call for 387 residential units, ground level retail and a parking garage.

Finally, the 53-story One Paraiso will consist of 276 residential units and is the initial part of a larger project that could include another four towers. [Miami Today] Christopher Cameron


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