Another Wynwood Project With 248 Apartments To Break Ground After Obtaining Loan

Related Group and Metro 1 have obtained a $72.8 million construction loan to begin work on their Wynwood 29 project.

It is the fourth Related project in Wynwood to either break ground or obtain a construction loan, with at least two more planned.

Wynwood 29 will include two buildings – 12 stories (178 feet) and 8 stories, on opposite sides of the street, with:

  • 248 apartments
  • 26,651 square feet of retail
  • 372 parking spaces

A construction permit was applied for last year, and a utilities agreement for water and sewer service was also concluded last summer.

Tree replacement at the site began in March 2021.

PRH Cho Dragon Wynwood, LLC is the developer. The company is a joint effort between Related Group and Metro 1.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 


 

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Anonymous
4 months ago

Wynwood is beautiful but I hope we get some safe sidewalks and bike lanes to make it more pedestrian and bike friendly.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Yeah people, when I’m riding my bike on the streets, everyone of you driving cars better watch out for me because I possess all the rights no matter how much that slows you down.

– Bicyclist

Anonymous
4 months ago

Same rights to be on the street actually. If you don’t want us to slow you down, advocate for bike lanes too.

– A real bicyclist

TBIRD
4 months ago

Oh terribly sorry for you glorious car drivers… so sorry to be in your way on my bike. In the rain. GTFO – the writing is on the streets. We have every right to ride our bikes in the ENTIRE lane if we want to. You can drive around or take another street. But don’t be an inconsiderate jerk.

Anonymous
4 months ago

No problem, you guys on your bikes make excellent targets.

TBIRD
4 months ago

anonymous threats. nice! just remember karma is a b1tch!

Anonymous
4 months ago

It’s not a threat but a fact.. just look at the news about people riding their bicycle getting hit and killed or hospitalized by some vehicle in South Florida. Some probably got hit by a Ford T-Bird.

Anonymous
4 months ago

That’s exactly why you SHOULD be in favor of bike lanes. So they don’t have to ride in the same place as cars, it’s a win win for drivers and cyclists

Anonymous
4 months ago

Well, come on out in the streets… like I said, you guys on bikes make for excellent targets.

Anonymous
4 months ago

What about us Scooter riders?

Azarius
4 months ago

What happened with the offers I thought they were going to start build asap

Anonymous
4 months ago

BURY THE POWER LINES !!!!!!!

Azarius
4 months ago

Please!!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Why?.. because if we do, then we won’t get to read your bellyaching about them.

Anonymous
4 months ago

More reasons for a metromover extension to midtown up north miami ave from the current school board station

Anonymous
4 months ago

you have repeated the same comment one million times

Anonymous
4 months ago

not the same person

Anonymous
4 months ago

Didn’t TNM already post an article about that being planned? A metro mover up North Miami all the way to the design district

Anonymous
4 months ago

What, you expect some people who comment on this site to actually keep up with shit?

Anonymous
4 months ago

When do we get the Metromover to Wynwood??

Anonymous
4 months ago

Wynwood is unstoppable

Anonymous
4 months ago

Wynwood WINNING

Anonymous
4 months ago

I find some of these updates a little confusing. I wish TNM would include a map showing ALL the new buildings currently under construction in Wynwood. I can’t tell if this one is something new or have we seen it before. There are so many going up I can’t keep track. I love the fact that its happening but I dont know what and where.

Jay
1 month ago

Why is it that the rich always ruin what the poor create. Definitely the people that made Wynwood what it is can not afford to live there. It also reflects in the type of stores that now line the neighborhood. They do not reflect the old spirit of Wynwood. It is not fun anymore, and on top of that all the building going up and no nice parks in between the building. Wynwood is going in the same direction as other boring cities all buildings and no where to go unless you are eating or drinking.

Anonymous
4 months ago

good for Wynwood but design is kind of boring…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Send me your plans I’ll review them.
-said nobody

Anonymous
4 months ago

Looks like student housing

Anonymous
4 months ago

“Looks like student housing” which is perfect for Wynwood.

The adults have brakes on their bicycles and drink Gin & Tonics consisting of two ingredients mixed together, and they live elsewhere.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Why? Is it missing the graffiti “art”?

Anonymous
4 months ago

Lol…I can always count on someone here to make me smile.

TBIRD
4 months ago

Agree. Wynwood as we currently know the neighborhood was built on the bright and colorful street art that makes this such a vibrant neighborhood. These new buildings going up lately seem to place the ‘art component’ at the end of the project as an afterthought. The architects should work with street artists to really build something special. And I’m not talking about graffiti vandals.. I’m talking about artists who create work for public consumption. Street Artists. Shepard Fairey. Tristan Eaton. They not only bring intrinsic value to the property, but they tell stories.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Agree 100% with the “artist” part. The graffiti stuff has got to go.