289-Unit Wynwood Apartment Project Gets First Coat Of Gray Paint

Related Group and East End Capital’s Wynwood 25 project appears closer to completion.

The project is now being painted gray. The developers say that architect Kobi Karp’s design of the facade incorporates a “sophisticated industrial motif,” meant to recall Wynwood’s history. The exterior will also feature artwork.

Wynwood 25 is among the first large scale apartment project to break ground in the neighborhood, which is one of Miami’s hottest. It will include 289 rentals, with micro-sized units starting at just 400 square feet, allowing most rents to remain under $2,000.

At the ground floor will be 31,000 square feet of retail, and a paseo connecting 24th and 25th Streets. Also included are 340 parking spaces, which appear to be well hidden.

Completion is scheduled for summer 2019.

 

(bottom two photos via wynwood 25, east end capital)

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Polo
1 year ago

Love the industrial look and color of this building. Everything in Miami doesn’t have to be white buildings with balconies.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Barely any all glass buildings in Miami too.

suomynona
1 year ago

Any streetscape or landscaping going on?

Would really make the transition from vertical building to ground/street level that much more appealing.

Wynwood’s currently grungy af, and I don’t mean that in a good way. Crappy streets. Cracked sidewalks – NARROW sidewalks. Electric poles and wires everywhere. Very little landscaping.

Interested
1 year ago

let’s hope the second coat is better than the first…..

Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami’s young population is growing fast.

Anonymous
1 year ago

But still can’t afford to stay here

Anonymous
1 year ago

The project includes 289 micro-units, ranging in size from 400 to 1,200 square feet. Prices will start at about $1,400 per month…

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’m in walking distance to the area and pay $900, theyre other cheaper options.

Anonymous
1 year ago

$3.50 per sqft is expensive

Anonymous
1 year ago

Everything is expensive in Miami’s Urban Core.

Anonymous
1 year ago

not urban core.

Anonymous
1 year ago

If your idea of urban is Kendall or Doral, then it’s urban core to them LOL!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Will start at $1400(they really mean $1,525), and after all the required fees kick in you will be paying about $1,700 a month to stay in a 400sf box. But that’s affordable (yea right)

Anonymous
1 year ago

It will ease the demand some for slightly older/crappier units in the area around it, so it still can help indirectly benefit those with less means.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wynwood evolving rapidly.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Gentrification

Anonymous
1 year ago

Stalin would feel at home here.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I love it.

marc
1 year ago

New Politburo headquarters.

Anonymous
1 year ago

wynwood gulags

Anonymous
1 year ago

Why is almost every developer using grey paint? I hate it every time i see it. A very depressing color…

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s all in your head. You need to see a psychologist.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Can I book an hour with you?

Anonymous
1 year ago

I like the grey its better than orange, pinks, and yellow buildings of yester year in Miami. But I cant stay in a building without a balcony that’s the only private connection to outside. hopefully they have the best roof top garden, then it’d be worth it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Don’t talk shit about the oranges, pinks, and yellows. I want to see more of a revival of that AESTHETIC.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Oranges, pinks, and yellows are Miami. Greys, browns, and beiges are a Soviet concentration camp.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The random window strips sticking out ruin it.

Orestes
1 year ago

Disgusting grey paint job. Depressing. Looks like a sci fi prison. Horrible all around

The Real Marc
1 year ago

a prison