If the Miami skyline was a museum, Aria Reserve would be a Grand Master in its collection. The 62-story towers will mark the tallest waterfront dual tower residential development in the U.S.; plus it’s a who’s who of design geniuses with architecture by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica; interiors by MORADA Haute Furniture Boutique; and lush landscaping by ArquitectonicaGEO. “Buyers are attracted to our waterfront location and our abundance of amenities,” says Martin Melo, Co-Principal of The Melo Group. “With a two-acre resort-style deck, home to an indoor/outdoor wellness center, a variety of sports courts, and multiple pools for the entire family, along with spacious residences, and some of the best bay and ocean views in Miami, Aria Reserve is appealing to end-user buyers looking to take advantage of the city’s cosmopolitan lifestyle.” The development will boast over two acres of amenities, with standout features including a semi-Olympic sized lap pool and whirlpool spa, a children’s splash pad, playground area, teen lounge and gaming center, a theater, tennis courts, basketball courts, paddle courts, a golf putting green, and an indoor/outdoor wellness center with spa/steam/sauna facilities, massage rooms, a state-of-the-art gym, yoga lounge and meditation garden. Equally impressive, the development was more than 60% sold before its groundbreaking; AriaReserve.com.
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