Arlo Wynwood Now Under Construction, Will Include 217 Hotel Rooms & ‘Hidden’ Music Venue

Arlo Wynwood has broken ground.

It is the first hotel to break ground in Wynwood, according to Juan Andres Nava, a managing director at broker Metro 1. Nava posted news of the groundbreaking on social media and said that Metro 1 brokered the sale of the property.

Arlo Wynwood will include 217 pod hotel rooms and ground floor restaurants and bars, all surrounding an interior courtyard.

When complete, the building will also serve as an urban event venue, along with an 8,000 square foot “hidden” music venue.

Public art will be displayed in the front of the building through an an open space on the 3rd level of the front façade. It will also serve as a public stage for events and yoga practice.

The construction permit lists $29.6 millions in hard construction costs, with Plaza Construction the contractor. Only a site work permit has been approved by the city, for now.

NBWW is the architect.

 

(photo: juan andres nava)


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Shawn Kouri
9 months ago

A hidden music venue. You mean like a speakeasy?

Shawn Kouri
9 months ago

The first hotel in that area. This is definitely going to bring in more tourists. Wynwood doesn’t even have a hotel yet. This means that the hotel will be completed sometime in 2022 or 2023.

Anonymous
9 months ago

And it should also be a boost to the area since it’s going to be next to Wynwood Square.

Rigo
9 months ago

Finally!

Anonymous G
9 months ago

Pretty cool addition for that area!

Anonymous
9 months ago

Love this projext.
Wonderful design

Anonymous
9 months ago

But will be staying in the apartments next to it complain about the noise.

Anonymous
9 months ago

… wtf?

Casey
9 months ago

my thoughts exactly… how do you control that noise?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Why do you think some people will complain about noise when this structure is supposed to have an “8,000 square foot hidden music venue?”

Anonymous
9 months ago

Seeing as it’s being built in a hotel I’m sure the designers built in acoustics, so that the noise would not be a problem for the guests

Anonymous
9 months ago

A Coastal Link station at 29th Street is a no brainer.

Anonymous
9 months ago

who is the GC?

Anonymous G
9 months ago

It says in the article.. Plaza Construction. Only site work permit has been approved for now.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Please developers, cut it out with the “trees on the rooftop” crap.

Trees On The Roof Guy
9 months ago

…But it’s cool