Chicago Developer Plans 210-Unit Apartment Project Near Proposed Brightline Station

Chicago based developer Fifield is preparing to submit plans to develop a 210-unit apartment project called Wynwood Station.

The project site is located at 45 Northeast 27th Street.

Wynwood Station is being designed by MSA Architects, and is planned to rise 8 stories.

It will include about 9,000 square feet of retail, and 8,000 square feet of amenity space, along with a parking garage.

Amenities will include a gym, roof-top pool deck, co-working area, club, game room, spa, and a dog spa.

One of the biggest amenities for the project could be its proximity to two new transit stations.

A site less than a minute walk away has been touted as a potential station for Brightline’s proposed Northeast Corridor commuter rail service.

It still isn’t decided whether the Northeast Corridor service will be operated by Brightline.

Also a short distance away, are two proposed Metromover stations.

The Metromover expansion to Wynwood and the Design District that is part of Miami-Dade’s SMART plan is proposed to include six new stations, including at 26 and 29 Streets – both near Fifield’s site.

Fifield is also preparing to break ground soon on Aventura Crossings, with 382 apartments near the Brightline station in Aventura.

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
3 months ago

Why did MSA treat this facade like a birthday cake with colored confetti randomly strewn across it? It looks messy and unorganized. Wynwood design review board hopefully is critical of this nonsense and denies it.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Much better than the crap everyone else is doing…

Anonymous
3 months ago

Lol, this project is garbage

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yeah.. like the no balcony Collective proposal in Wynwood.

Anonymous
3 months ago

You’re insane. This looks awesome!

Anonymous
3 months ago

How much parking? Considering the amount of transit that is coming to the area it should be built with well under 1 space / unit.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Geeeezus!!!.. will you parking complainers give it a rest?!

Anonymous
3 months ago

#MoreParking #MoreCarStorage #NeedMore

Anonymous
3 months ago

Don’t worry, in ten years all garages in miami will have been converted in stylish apartments.

Anonymous
3 months ago

sure, like you would buy a place that didn’t have a parking spot for you.
Like no one ever drives out of town?
One per unit is a correct number. One per bedroom would be nice, but not necessarily required.
Guest parking = 1 spot per 20 units or so.

Anonymous
3 months ago

People that live in other many other cities (and here too) have cars without garage space. It’s called street parking. And, no, most people in cities don’t drive out of town. Or very rarely. When we leave, we fly. Or the rare time you might want/need to drive somewhere road-tripping, you can rent a car. Just another perspective not always found readily around here.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Should be bigger

Anonymous
3 months ago

should be 10 stories tall on each building, just to preserve land.
Maybe every 4 blocks have a block of grass/park.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yes, we need Many more parks for enjoyment, rewilding, and storm water retention!

Azarius
3 months ago

I would say we need more walk Thur in between business like the east portion of Miami Design District would really help the pediatrician experience

Anonymous
3 months ago

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Anonymous
3 months ago

So is your comment.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Grew up with the Fifield kids outside of Chicago. Great developer, and will be great to have their projects in the Miami mix.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Great as long as they hire competent architects next project

Anonymous
3 months ago

Any update on One Bayfront Plaza?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Still dead

Anonymous
3 months ago

I love this!!!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Apartments to come equipped with bullet proof walls and windows. And planned metal detectors are on their way….

Anonymous
3 months ago

Better make sure they put in the malls also.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Is this in Overtown? We need Metromover stations there btw

Anonymous
3 months ago

We need Metromover stations in Overtown as well as in Miami Beach and the whole Miami BUT this is NOT in Overtown. Look at the map in the article👀

Anonymous
3 months ago

Extend Metromover to Homestead!

TimAnonymous
3 months ago

Love this!

Anonymous
3 months ago

This looks awesome!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Wow! 😍😍

Anonymous
3 months ago

Great project

Anonymous
3 months ago

Beautiful.. I like it!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Finally a interesting building design.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Amazing what developers and architects in Miami can do when they’re not Related, Melo, or Adler, and Arquitectonica, Stantec, or Kobi Karp respectively.

Anonymous
3 months ago

The slightly varied roof elements both in height and depth, what exactly is the intention? And then they thought, let’s slap three big rectangle projections on the facade and paint one to look like faux black marble! Hahaha what garbage

Anonymous
3 months ago

I prefer looking at this building’s design much more than looking at that atrocious garbage painted outside on the new CitizenM hotel in Brickell.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Someone is salty hahaha

Anonymous
3 months ago

I live in Wynwood and this project really sets itself apart from all the cookie cutter stuff Related and Kobi are doing. Would totally rent here!

Anonymous
3 months ago

More apartment buildings like this in Wynwood and less noisy outside clubs please.