Another Office Building Proposed: Core Wynwood Will Have 120K SF

Fast growing Wynwood now has yet another office building planned, according to a tweet from a commercial real estate broker.

The new project will be known as Core Wynwood.

It will include 120,000 square feet of office space.

The project was introduced this morning by developer Goldman Properties, Blanca Commercial Real Estate’s Randy Carballo wrote.

Carballo tweeted that Core would be a “trophy product” that is “unlike anything the market has seen.”

Based on renderings tweeted by Carballo, the project appears to be located on land owned by Goldman, located on Northwest 24th and 25th Street.

Perkins&Will is the architect.

 

 

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Anonymous
7 months ago

Looks great hope to see it built!

T G
7 months ago

I’ll never be excited about any wynwood development until they extend the metromover north from school board.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Who care?

Anonymous
7 months ago

At this rate they need to build a loop connecting omni, edge water, midtown, wynwood and the north end of overtown

Anonymous
7 months ago

Without doubt! It’s a huge opportunity to tie the city together.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Okay noted.. now go play with your car or something… shheesshhh!!!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Look elsewhere to get your soyface on then, because it’s never going to happen.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Used MetroMover several times last night between Downtown and Brickell and couldn’t get on twice bc the car was packed to the brim!! Major investments are needed for the whole system.

Anonymous
7 months ago

^ ?

Anonymous
7 months ago

If it cost just 50 cents to take the Metromover, do you think those cars still would’ve been packed?

I’m asking you to get your opinion even though I still believe they would have.

Anonymous
7 months ago

The thing about charging a fare is that the economic benefit of the free ride is indirect and hard to measure, though likely significant. Charging fares doesn’t prevent vagrancy, as any trip to a northeastern city’s transit system will demonstrate. Overall, encouraging free movement throughout Brickell, Downtown, Wynwood/Edgewater/DD improves the tourist experience and that of residents of these areas.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Yeah, but as the population increases, you can’t continue letting people ride for free on a mass transit system, not if you want to expand it. 50 to 75 cent isn’t much to charge for a system that will take you to more places people wanna go. Some people still complain about the Metromover even though it’s free, referring to them as “tin cans” and something that moves at a “snails pace.” I really don’t care what they say because a lot of cities wish they had it.

But thanks for letting me know Bro that in Brickell, the Metromover is doing fine an dandy!

Anonymous
7 months ago

They’re currently updating the system software. I assume part of this is just overdue, but part is likely to prepare for additional routing, and hopefully longer trains. The inner loop is the only one with two-car trains. I believe platforms are long enough for 2-3 at least.

Anonymous
7 months ago

In that case, you will never be excited. In related news, maybe Viagara pills can be shaped like Metromover.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Your grand daddy wouldn’t care how they’re shaped as long as they make him achieve a h a r d on.

Anonymous
7 months ago

wow…how will we all manage in the meantime while you await your excitement.

Anonymous G
7 months ago

Looks great! Wynwood is exploding! Area is going to be unrecognizable in the next few years.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Growing up in Miami it’s crazy to see what wynwood is becoming. I’m Puerto Rican and we would never go to this area lol

Anonymous
7 months ago

Didn’t Wynwood used to be a Puerto Rican community? In the 1990s it was literally called Little San Juan.

Anonymous
7 months ago

No.. I worked there. It wasn’t even known as wynwood. Basically consisted of warehouses and factories.

Azarius
7 months ago

It was where you go to buy cheap bulk clothing for resale

Anonymous
7 months ago

Metromover needs to be extended to the Design District with stops in Wynwood.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Dang.. I’ve never heard that before….

Anonymous
7 months ago

Plural? Geez, it’s like you want Wynwood stops on every block because you don’t know how to use your legs. A Coastal Link stop at Midtown and a Brightline stop at the Design District is more realistic, especially because I don’t think the Design District wants to deal with two-thirds of Metromover’s passengers (i.e., homeless crackheads).

Anonymous
7 months ago

Homeless crackheads are what you get when they have a free mass transit system to ride on.

DWNTWNR
7 months ago

These are the same people that think we need MORE parking in downtown. They don’t want to walk a few blocks, and they don’t want to pay for anything (expensive garage rates in downtown or fares for transit). I’m all for extending modes north and adding stops, but everyone wants stops so close together that it makes trips longer thus defeating the purpose of transit. Walking a few blocks won’t kill y’all.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Anyone know the actual status of the extension? We’re coming up on a year since it was approved.

Long MIA
7 months ago

Love it. Kudos to Goldman for investing in beautiful design.

Melo is sigma and chad
7 months ago

Fitting design for the area and I went inside the building currently there for art Basel

Anonymous
7 months ago

Incredible design. Job well done by Goldman Properties keeping true to the neighborhood!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Very nice design.

Anonymous
7 months ago

❤️

Anonymous
7 months ago

Will definitely attract some bigtime players to Wynwood!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Nice building. But the artwork looks like something my grandmother would have in her home.

Anonymous
7 months ago

lol…

Anonymous
7 months ago

I like it. Something a little different than the graffiti they have on every building.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Yep, or some mural of some ugly ghetto person shedding a single tear.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Well I guess you rather see treasonous confederate generals etched in stone on a mountain somewhere?

Not Anonymous
7 months ago

I don’t think you know how rude the comment is

Anonymous
7 months ago

Do better.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Build office towers not 3 story office

Anonymous
7 months ago

Office towers do not fit the density/height of the Wnywood neighborhood. If you want office towers they will go either Downtown or Brickell. You should know this.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Meh, a glass box. At least the mural looks alright.