Element Melbourne Beach Undergoes Construction at 2605 State Road A1A, Melbourne Beach, Florida, 32951

Element Melbourne Beach has officially broken ground in Melbourne, Florida. It’s the first hotel under the Marriott brand on the Space Coast, according to citybiz. The 130-key hotel will rest on a 2.56-acre parcel, which formerly hosted a parking lot.

Sources report that the venture could cost $36 million to reach completion. It’s expected to open its doors in 2024. The hotel will measure six stories above grade and comprise 105,000 square feet of new construction. The extended-stay venture will focus on wellness and feature modern amenities, including in-unit full-sized kitchens, cooktops, dishwashers, and spa-inspired bathrooms.

Amenities include a second-story pool deck.

Amenities include a bike rental station, laundry room, second-story pool deck, dining options, and 175 parking spots. That’s roughly 1.34 parking spots per unit. Driftwood Capital owns the project. This is the organization’s eighth Element hotel in Florida; it has more than 75 locations nationwide.

Bermello Ajamil and Partners is the architect. Kimley-Horn is the civil engineer, and Ingenuity Engineers, Inc. is the MEP engineer. Certified General Contractors Inc. is the general contractor, and Bliss & Nyitray Inc. is the structural engineer.

The six-story hotel offers easy beach access.

Element Melbourne Beach’s address is 2605 State Road A1A, Melbourne Beach, Florida, 32951, in Brevard County. It’s east of the Indian River.

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2 Comments on "Element Melbourne Beach Undergoes Construction at 2605 State Road A1A, Melbourne Beach, Florida, 32951"

  1. Great way to destroy a perfectly beautiful & pristine area.
    How are you going to protect the turtle migration and other environmental concerns. & how will you mitigate the bottlenecks that will be caused by the additional traffic. There is only one access in bridge over 5th street. Not to mention the disruption during the building process. How long will this take to finish & like to see plans of how you’ll compensate us residents for our inconvenience and destruction of our now peaceful
    Barrier reef.
    You are not welcome here.

  2. Frank,
    There are many hotels along this area, why complain on the element?
    I think it’s awesone!!

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