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Melo Group’s 58-Story Downtown 1st Tower Opens its Doors 70% Pre-leased

 Melo Group’s 58-Story Downtown 1st Tower opened its doors with 70% of the building pre-leased. 

Located in the heart of downtown Miami, the tower offers 560 one-to-three-bedroom units ranging from 680 to 1200 square feet. The property also boasts an impressive

10,000 square feet of office space, and 3,000 squares feet of ground-floor retail space.

The units have breathtaking views with terraces that overlook Brickell, Downtown Miami, the Miami River, and Biscayne Bay. Amenities include a covered parking garage, swimming pool, jacuzzi, and social room. Residents will also be able to enjoy a 2,100 square foot state-of-the-art fitness center which will include cardio, boxing, and functional equipment.

 “As Miami continues to grow into a world class city for young professionals and established families alike, it is critical that we provide rental properties that appeal to their refined taste and elevated standard of living. Our Downtown 1st Tower will be a shining example of how to develop Miami in a way that promotes the type of growth that we all desire.” said Carlos Melo, Co-Principal of the Melo Group.

Downtown 1st provides direct access to the Metro Mover Station and is conveniently located at a two-minute walk away from the Government Transportation Hub and a four minute walk to popular Brickell City Center.

“Our location and our amenities are two factors that our residents consider when choosing an apartment close to work, in an area that they can walk or use public transportation. Each of the locations we choose for our buildings are strategic. We want to provide the best quality of life to our residents” Added Martin Melo.

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