AMLI Breaks Ground On One Of Wynwood’s Largest Projects Ever

AMLI Residential broke ground yesterday on one of the largest developments ever built in Wynwood.

The mixed-use project will include a total of 550,000 square feet in an 8-story building to be located at 70 NW 25th St.

AMLI Wynwood is planned to have 316 luxury apartments.

Outdoor amenities for tenants will include a yoga lawn, dog park, BBQ area, and rooftop pool deck.

There will also be 33,821 of ground floor commercial space, with leasing handled by Metro 1.

“By bringing in a vibrant mix of restaurant, retail, and service-based businesses, we’ll be able to curate a distinct high-value hub that’s representative of Wynwood’s culture, while staying true to our goals of making Miami a more diverse and sustainable world-class destination,” said Andres Nava, managing director of Metro 1 Commercial.

A cross-block passageway with an open courtyard is also planned at the ground floor.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

i’m having a hard time keeping up with all the development news in Wynwood. TNM needs to do a roundup of all the projects under development in the area

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwoodreally willbe a great neighborhood to live. Missing two big pieces: on street bicycle network and a transit connection.

A little jealous of what this will become from south beach.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The metromover is going to Wynwood😍

transpo guy
1 month ago

I haven’t seen any approved plans for the Wynwood extension.
It should go to Wynwood and continue to the medical/courthouse district. Also a line going to Midtown and Design District.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Correction, a study will be conducted. We’ll be lucky if you get a Coastal Link stop, which frankly would serve better and not ruin the streetscape potential with flyovers.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Coastal link is a commuter line which will run every hour and possibly every 30 mins during rush hour. No one is going to wait that long just to go downtown. At that point it’s easier to drive. Usable mass transit needs trains running every 10 minutes at least

Anonymous
1 month ago

“on street bicycle network”

With the recent report on hit an runs in this city, you wanna risk your life riding a bike in some bicycle lane?

Okay…

Anonymous
1 month ago

A protected bicycle network is what’s needed

Azarius
1 month ago

What’s the status on the street woofers?

q anon anonymous
1 month ago

you mean the subwoonerfs

Anonymous
1 month ago

WOONERFS… LOL

Azarius
1 month ago

Wynwood is really coming together! I actually like the design layout and layers. Much needed on this side of Wynwood. Now we need Diesel to build their projects and it’ll almost be complete.

Anonymous
1 month ago

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Shut it Density’s Child!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Say my name, say my name.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I like the greenery. Was in Wynwood on Sunday and it felt kind of gross and trashy. There’s literal trash all over. Needs some love and greenery.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwood is right now getting a much needed makeover so your complaint is unnecessary.

Realtalk Reilly
1 month ago

Okay Mana, let us know when you finally pick the perfect pavers

Anonymous
1 month ago

Look Trump, don’t hate me because Biden kicked your ass…

– Mana

Anonymous
1 month ago

getting madeover into what? Dense, commercialized, gloss? The cool fun elements that were its soul are being driven out by the development gold rush, the pretty street makers. Some will say the new improved WW is better, but the character and charm of that neighborhood are getting lost for good.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good.. that turd world shit that’s there now needs to go.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Character and charm” a.k.a Desolate and crime ridden. Take your fake nostalgia and sell it to those people that actually live and own property in and around Wynwood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ain’t lying… a beautiful project. Wynwood is hot!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwood needs more hotels and restaurants asap! Wouldn’t hurt if they had more entertainment options… bowling alley, Dave & Buster’s, movie theater, top golf etc. I would like more reasons to go other then just the walls an or bar!

Anonymous
1 month ago

it has more restaurants than you think and it also has galleries but i agree that it needs more entertainment options

Anonymous
1 month ago

Drive Shack recently signed a lease at Wynwood Walk. More entertainment is def on the way!

peej
1 month ago

I was confused when I saw Drive Shack because they’re a Top Golf competitor & there’s no space for a driving range.

They’re actually opening “Wynwood Puttery”, which should fit in well with the area.

Anonymous G
1 month ago

It definitely needs more hotels.

Anonymous
1 month ago

lol where all those trees coming from?

Anonymous
1 month ago

The Amazon… or Amazon, one or the other.

Anonymous
1 month ago

the trees and the variety of them is a requirement from the city. They specify the type of trees and how they need to be alternated. A very progressive plan to keep Wynwood identity.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The FPL substation on the Miami River.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lose the “Tetris” façade for some symmetry, and this wouldn’t be too bad for Arquitectonica.

John
1 month ago

Miami will definitely clean up all the filth surrounding wynwood and push them out further to eventually make it a safe area.. right now its backed up to the ghetto

Anonymous
1 month ago

Don’t go.. ignorant racists don’t belong there anyways.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I saw a SPONSORED post promoting the opening of the Chase Bank Branch in Wynwood and, like this project, thought to myself “Wynwood is officially dead”

Anonymous
1 month ago

People need convenient banking near their apartments and/or place of business

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cool. Tear down more galleries and eateries for your CVS, Publix, WalGreens, Bank of America and more that have better credit and pay more in rent and your neighborhood will be sterile!

Anonymous
1 month ago

All the idiots follow the bohemian folks with a delete of 15 years and transform the unique areas to sterile neighborhoods with cvs and publix.Next stop allapatah.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Neighborhoods change, whether you want to call it gentrification or not. You had 15 years of an opportunity own property, and those who did are selling out anyway.

NYC Transplant
1 month ago

Manhattan isn’t sterile, and yet you can find advil when you’re hung over, an ATM when you need cash, and a can of black beans when your dinner dish needs just one more. Not everything can wait for even next-day delivery.

Anonymous
1 month ago

wynwood already had two banks and it has more people living in it than ever before. It was dead when the warehouses and factories were abandon.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Agree.. I would say much more in terms of services are needed.. those empty lots and warehouses getting replaced by luxury apartments and residents.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The last thing the area needs is more luxury apartments further driving out regular people and making it a playground for the sockless Gucci slipper crowd

Anonymous
1 month ago

Guess who has the money to spend and support the businesses?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Support what types of businesses? The ones that will collapse the first whif of the next recession?

Anonymous
1 month ago

when the luxury class start to call in noise violations from the businesses….gains in civility and class to the detriment of character…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Keep the art spirit of the wynwood . Don’t become another boring neighborhood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It needs real art in strategic places (not on every block) and loose the tacky wall paintings. Total overkill.