260-Unit Mohawk At Wynwood In Permitting, Contractor Named; New Renderings

Mohawk At Wynwood, an apartment complex planned at the entrance to Midtown Miami, is now in the construction permitting phase.

Miami Building Department records show that the construction permit application was created December 6, with the full plans filed December 21.

Coastal Construction is listed on the permit application as the contractor.

According to multiple reports in February, the developer acquired another parcel of land to increase the project size.

The reports say that Mohawk At Wynwood is now planned to rise 12 stories and include:

  • 260 residential units
  • 31,000 square feet of retail
  • 335 parking spaces

The project was previously planned to have 226 apartments, 24,639 square feet of full service restaurant, and 318 parking spaces.

Rilea Group is the developer.

 

 

New renderings:

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Joey
26 days ago

Please put a turn signal at Miami avenue and 29th Street

Bandit
26 days ago

Facts, that intersection could use a lot of traffic calming and flow improvements. Hopefully 🤞🏼 when they build the metromover extensions it makes north Miami ave easier to cross

Melo, the true giga chad
26 days ago

This is the perfect size and location that will serve as a part of the bridge between wynwood and midtown. Now, if they could just add a street car somewhere in there, that would be perfect, thanks.

Anonymous
26 days ago

The “art” on the building is ridiculous.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Hope they don’t use artificial grass on the sit-in theater.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Yeah, how else will it work as a shit-in theater for dogs when movies aren’t playing?

mohunk
26 days ago

Not a fan of this Design… Fake graffiti…

Anon
25 days ago

Why build new to look like old industrialized north? Reminds me of a theme park or manufactured ripped jeans.

Anonymous
25 days ago

They should just allow artists to create murals on the walls like everything else in Wynwood.

Melo is sigma and Chad
26 days ago

Interesting, the business currently in the existing building and lot have done recent renovations. Also would this intersection get a traffic signal now.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Rumored that Morgan’s is planning a temporary move and then move back on completion.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Ugh… That place is mediocre at best

Anon
26 days ago

Love the brick. Finally something besides white stucco.

Steve
26 days ago

Wow! This is a beautiful exterior with the brick, faded art work, and green roof. I would love to live in a building like this! A couple of these brick buildings are fine in Miami as long as they are used sparingly. I agree with a-non-latino, It is a colder weather-looking building and too many designs like this would look out of place.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Hahahaha little wee wee spotted

Alpina
26 days ago

Love the brick!!

Anonymous
26 days ago

Will these be rentals too? Why aren’t they building condos? I want to buy one in Wynwood!!

Melo, the true giga chad
26 days ago

there’s a few but they’re charging $500k for 1 bedrooms lol

Anonymous
26 days ago

And?? You must be new to the real estate market in Miami. Lol

Anonymous
26 days ago

If you’re asking, you can’t afford it.

Anonymous
26 days ago

This will be the most gimmicky, pandering to an audience building in all of Miami. I’d be embarrassed to live in it if they gave me free rent. Fake graffiti and a pic of a dork with a mohawk on a brick building that looks like it belongs in Indianapolis…..this is a joke.

Polyphemus
25 days ago

We’ll see if all those rendered trees become a reality if not a lawsuit may ensue

Anonymous
26 days ago

Finally a non-white facade building. It’s like it’s freakin illegal here. There are a million other cities around the world in tropical or hot zones yet they somehow don’t find the need to avoid dark colors. In Toronto they don’t avoid white facade buildings just to prove everyday that they are in the ice cold. Everyone knows you are in the subtropics here, enough with the white only buildings and palm trees every 2 feet. It’s insane. Miami has more fake azz palms than all islands in the caribbean combined. Just a town that tries way too hard and overboard on everything. The idea of less is more has never crossed anyone’s mind here. They must be getting these ‘perfect’ palm trees mass produced in China someplace. Yeesh!

Anonymous
26 days ago

let us know when you develop any real gripes

Anonymous
26 days ago

Where is my Walmart?

Anonymous
26 days ago

Hopefully far away from the urban core.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Great project for Wynwood!

Anonymous
26 days ago

Miami Gardens.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Idk start your own “my 800 pound life” show