Block Capital’s Wynwood 28 Submitted To Urban Development Review Board

Developer Block Capital Group has submitted plans for Wynwood 28 to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board.

The project is proposed to include multi-family, office, commercial and a parking garage

Plans call for a 5 story multi-family building over ground-floor commercial on the south side of the property. The north side will have an 8 story building with ground floor commercial, with a parking garage above, and 3 levels of office over the garage.

Wynwood 28 is proposed to include 40 residential apartments, ranging in size from 510 to 665 square feet. There will also be 47,025 square feet of office, 15,880 square feet of retail, and 232 parking spaces.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

Review by the UDRB is scheduled at its February meeting. It was also reviewed by the Wynwood Design Review Committee at a meeting in December.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

I noticed the building currently there is being knocked down so theyre serious about this project.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wynwood will be a great place to live with beautiful modern architecture.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Love this project

Anonymous
1 year ago

If 40 residential apartments, ranging in size from 510 to 665 square feet equal “multi-family” it must be for very small families, you know, like the one in “The Honeymooners.” http://bit.ly/2tP2I4s

Anonymous
1 year ago

don’t forget the 200+ square feet for their cars too.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Multifamily means at least 10 households are in one building, not one dwelling unit.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Multi-Family means attached housing, as opposed to single-family houses.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Guys don’t forget, priority is for cars, not people.

Anonymous
1 year ago

They want to build this with a priority cars?.. then why don’t they just make it parking garage?

Anonymous
1 year ago

We need a brightline station at 20th or 27th street.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Brightline is intended as a limited stop service so that trains can get to major destinations more quickly. I agree that the area should have premium transit, but more likely light rail.

Anonymous
1 year ago

We need Tri Rail and/or the Metromover

Anonymous
1 year ago

Sure, why not another giant blank wall.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What’samatter, not enough psychedelic painted buildings in the area for you?

Anonymous
1 year ago

It depends on the material that they use for the frontage on NW 28 Street. It’s hard to tell, but if it’s lustrous then it could work.