12-Story Gateway At Wynwood About To Break Ground After Obtaining Financing & Permit

Gateway At Wynwood has been issued financing and a construction permit, and will soon break ground.

Rose & Berg Realty Group LP secured a $76 million construction loan from 3650 REIT, the developer said in a press release. Berkadia Commercial Mortgage LLC brokered the loan.

The 12-story project has also been issued a construction permit from Miami’s Building Department, city records show. Plaza Construction is listed as the contractor.

Gateway at Wynwood will include about 220,000 square feet of class A office space, 25,900 square feet of retail space, and a rooftop terrace. There will also be 574 parking spaces, according to a UDRB submittal.

Midtown Miami is across the street from the site.

Kobi Karp is the architect.

 

 

 

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Anonymous

Area is Booming!

Anonymous

>There will also be 574 parking spaces,

Wynwood will be a car infested neighborhood soon where it won’t be safe nor comfortable to walk around.

Anonymous

It already is a pain in the ass to drive there. Buildings like this will only make it worse.

Anonymous

Bike or take the trolley.

Anonymous

Take an Uber and relax.

Anonymous

Uber = more Traffic

Anonymous

Uber = traffic

Anonymous

I live across the street from this site and regularly walk around. As long as you don’t J walk you will be find. Plus with more density it would push the county to extend the metromover.

EJS

Metromover has GOT to o up N Miami Ave — it’s a no-brainer. Street’s wide enough.

Anonymous

If Metromover “os” up N Miami Avenue, then say goodbye to any reason for buildings to interact with the street. I mean, every streetfront where Metromover runs along in Downtown and Brickell is a parking garage.

Anonymous

That means Downtown and Brickell are starting to turn into happening areas.. just the way they’re supposed to be.

Anonymous

“Wynwood will be a car infested neighborhood soon where it won’t be safe nor comfortable to walk around”

You think it soon won’t be safe to walk around?.. let the people who chose to work and patronize the retail in this building have to constantly drive around the area to find a parking space.

Anonymous

574 spaces isn’t even enough for the amount of people who will be working there. And you want less or none. Or for it to remain an empty lot.

Fantasyland bicyclist

Agree with you. Some bloggers are clueless on feasibility issues, risk investment and securing a construction loan. Let’s find a developer to build and a bank to loan in fantasyland.

Johnson

I disagree with the main idea “car infestation” but there will potentially be a huge issue with ingress/egress into this development. That 29th St/N Miami Ave intersection can be a nightmare during busy hours. Not sure where entry will be but I can’t imagine an efficient way for cars coming in/out of this building and trying to go North on N Miami Ave towards 36th.

Anonymous

A Tri-Rail station at 29th street would help the area tremendously!

Anonymous

I can imagine an efficient way…

Stop living in the suburbs and live in Wynwood if you work there. And stop contributing to car commuter traffic in the area.

Anonymous

There’s traffic because everyone is doing circles looking for parking. Quit complaining about parking garages, listening to you people whine about them is exhausting.

Anonymous

Nope, anywhere that’s as congested and as “car infested” as Wynwood, becomes a dream to walk/bike around in and a nightmare to drive in. See NYC as an example.

They just need to kick the car plebs to the suburbs where they belong and only let those who live close by walk around. In fact they should further traffic calm and slow down 2nd ave!

Anonymous

Look, stay in your imaginary world and bike/walk to your heart’s content. This is hotass and humid Miami where people want to and prefer to travel around in air conditioned comfort.

Anonymous

The people complaining probably can’t afford a car since all their income goes straight to the condos they can’t afford.

Shawn Kouri

Great. It brings more of a live, work, and play experience to that area. I’m hoping this will break ground this year with completion in 2022.

Anonymous

Nice touch in the second rendering showing construction cranes in the background.

cho

I can’t believe this project finally got off the ground. Tried to get financing for years with unobtainable rental projections. There’s a fool born every day.

Anonymous

That was back then, this is now.

Anonymous

Really ugly project. I hope it turns out better than these renderings.

Anonymous

“Ugly project?”

Gee, I didn’t know that they want to build in a gorgeous area.

Anonymous

Looks like D.C.’s Watergate. (Yawn).

Anonymous

Very slightly… At least the renderings have uneven floors so it’s not all flush like Watergate?

Anonymous

What’s wrong with flush, you know basic architectural principles of symmetry? At least for a KSbi Krap project, this looks pretty decent, despite stupid attempts at being edgy.

Anonymous

It’s really Krap

Anonymous

It’s certainly better looking than what’s there now.

Anonymous

WTF is going on with the ugly on the exterior of the OBVIOUS ugly parking deck.

Anonymous

Wynwood is going the way of Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road — GROSS

Anonymous

Ocean Drive has the scale.

Anonymous

Good!