329-Unit NoMad Residences Coming To Wynwood, With Casa Tua & Rooftop Restaurant

Developers have announced plans to build a NoMad Residences in Wynwood, with a Casa Tua Cucina.

NoMad is proposed to rise 9 stories with:

  • 329 condo units
  • 18,452 square feet of ground floor commercial space, including Casa Tua Cucina
  • 193 parking spaces on-site in an enclosed and lined garage

Units will range in size from 464 to 931 square feet, with prices starting at $500,000 including full furnishing.

Buyers will have the option to rent their units on a short-term basis through an in-house management team.

There will also be a rooftop restaurant called The NoMad Bar, which will be helmed by James Beard Award Winner Leo Robitschek.

Andrew Zobler, CEO at Sydell Group and the founder of NoMad, recently relocated to Miami, according to a press release.

Related Group, Tricap, and Alex Karakhanian’s LNDMRK Development are the developers. Fortune International is handling sales. Arquitectonica is the architect.

Sales are set to launch this month, with construction targeted to begin in the fourth quarter of 2022.

 

 


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Shawn Kouri
5 months ago

Looks so quirky and cool. It looks like a boutique hotel than a condo.

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

you must be happy that there are renderings.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Like I said, he’s here for the pictures.

Anonymous
5 months ago

odd considering in his twitter feed homepage he claims he’s visually impaired

Anonymous
5 months ago

Quirky done right, meaning not some box with some irregular windows and balconies.

Anonymous
5 months ago

this!? is a quality project?

Anonymous
5 months ago

This is beautiful, no one will recognize NW 2nd Ave by 2025. Hopefully the streetscape plans take off soon as well so all these developments aren’t paired with powerlines and 5 ft wide sidewalks.

Anonymous
5 months ago

When gentrification turns into units the size of Brazilian favelas lol

Anonymous
5 months ago

Gentrification is a great thing for business owners and home owners. Only losers complain about it

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

true

A Nonymous
5 months ago

Half a million for a 464 sq ft condo in Wynwood.
Whoda thunk it 10 years ago?

Anonymous
5 months ago

It’s on high ground so should keep its value in 30 years. What can half a million buy rn in other desirable neighborhoods such as Aventura, NBV, and “downtown” Kendall or Doral?

F*ck yua
5 months ago

More than 500 sf. That’s a small hotel room.

Anonymous
5 months ago

What do you mean? Miami was supposed to be underwater thirty…-I mean twenty-five…-I mean twenty years ago.

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

says who?

Anonymous
5 months ago

A good three times the square footage.

Anonymous
5 months ago

And an average unit width of only 8.6 feet, ridiculous! Only a rapper would live there

Anonymous
5 months ago

Thug life for sure

Anonymous
5 months ago

My master bedroom closet is bigger than that lol

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

This is a sick building. Can’t wait for it to be built.

Anonymous
5 months ago

whaaaaaa ? are you on

Gtfoh
5 months ago

$500k for Wynwood hahahahh

Anonymous
5 months ago

i’m glad they are finally developing this empty lot, i hope there is more development on 29 st they need to get rid of some ugly, abandoned buildings, surface parking lots and empty lots

Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

NW 2nd Ave will be lined with high rises soon. Glad another rooftop restaurant is added to Miami

Anonymous
5 months ago

Looks like closet size micro units packing cheap renters in like sardines in a can lol

Anonymous
5 months ago

Lol, a bunch of loser renters that’ll probably be evicted

Anonymous
5 months ago

$500K plus for 494 sq ft in reclaimed hood LMGDMFAO

This is the kind of shit that is gonna lose half its value in the next downturn.

MIA
5 months ago

Casa Too means automatic win for area

MIA
5 months ago

Casa Tua *

Llamo
5 months ago

Looks nice

F*ck yua
5 months ago

Do we need another Casa Tua in Miami?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Agreed. It’s ok but def not worth the price point.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Shoebox living.

Anonymous
5 months ago

More like cigar box!

I love Miami
5 months ago

9 stories = perfect size building

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

for wynwood

Anonymous
5 months ago

For everywhere

Anonymous
5 months ago

Good thing these developers don’t listen to you.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Boy.. people come on this site and complain about homeless people in the street and complain about the size of units and the people who will be renting them in new buildings.

smh….

Anonymous
5 months ago

The two are related though as renters who are desperate enough to rent micro units (or even worse, co-living micro units) are often the ones who either break leases or go homeless once they’re priced out of these bottom barrel last resort living situations. Miami simply has too many people living in it who really can’t afford it and we shouldn’t be building micro units to stretch out the inevitable for those folks

Anonymous
5 months ago

Then why don’t you let some of them rent the house you live in?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Because it’s better for them to be priced out of the city if they can’t afford to live in it. There are plenty of other cities throughout the US that these people can live better in with their low or non existent incomes

Foot candles
5 months ago

Good use of lighting

Stan
5 months ago

Casa Tua, along with Soho House will be welcome additions to Wynwood. Anyone know the site of the Soho House?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Soho House is moving to the “hood”? How low can they go?

ex-Londoner resident in 33132
5 months ago

4-16-22 Agree, British owned Soho House is a classy private club—Wynwood is far too scruffy and hippified. I am a Soho Beach House [on Colllns] member–costs $3500 a year. To join I had to approved/vetted by a committee in New York, sponsored by 2 existing members and submit a long essay about wy I would be an asset to the Club. Prince Harry met Meghan at the flagship Soho House in London–that’s the calibre of members. Wynwood just not of that ilk. I think Soho House just lowering its standards to cash in on Wynwood’s trendiness. FACT: Trendy isn’t class.

Anonymous
5 months ago

They’ll pack low end renters here like sardines in a can

Anonymous
5 months ago

Short term rentals will ruin Wynwood.
This a hotel larger than the Intercontinental with 329 different owners each managing their unit as they with with no central management.
Bad idea for the area.

Go and see how Opera Tower is doing…this system doesnt work in big buildings. No city other than Miami allows this type of development selling to investors with the allure of short term rental income.

Anon
5 months ago

Opera Tower is cheaply built has ugly cheap interiors and people were doing short term rental without authorization of the condo association. I really get tired of the Opera Tower analogy, just scare tactics. Do your research. The short term buildings are structured for short term rental, they have 24 hour staff managing the building and guest checkins.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Casa Tua, the place that charges $25 for 1/4 cup of minestrone soup

Newyorker
5 months ago

Weird that a Brand like Nomad and Sydell Group will allow buyers of to rent their units via any platform without charging them any fees.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Garbage deal and I predict a bunch of college kids will live here lol que funny

Anonymous
5 months ago

overpriced and on the BAD SIDE of wynwood near all the homeless people

Nick
5 months ago

Like it.

IHateBrokerBabble
5 months ago

so edgy and hip… :/

Anonymous
5 months ago

Tons of short term rentals being developed
7000 short term rental units in Downtown and now Wynwood=oversupply= lower rents

Perfect mouse traps

Anonymous
5 months ago

Buyer Beware of Related Group. Everything they build is sub-par and they love to claim its luxurious.