Construction Permits Filed At High-Tech Lynq Wynwood Office Campus

A construction permit application has been submitted to Miami’s Building Department for the Lynq Wynwood office complex (formerly knows as Wyn on 5th).

The developers have previously said the project would be the most high-tech office campus in Miami.

The project consists of a north and south building  across the street from each other, both at 8-stories.

The two buildings will have a combined 36,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, and 331,000 square feet of office space.

Each building will also have an enclosed parking garage, with 370 spaces in the south garage and 265 spaces in the north garage.

According to a May press release, the developers secured the necessary approvals to proceed with construction of the buildings.

The project was reviewed by the Wynwood Design Review Committee and the Urban Design Review Board in February and March.

The full construction permits are in pre-screening with Miami’s Building Department since July 22, meaning that the plan sheets have yet to be filed. The developer is opting to use a private reviewer to expedite the process, the permit shows.

Juneau Construction Company is listed as the contractor.

DERM records show that permits were also filed in late July for drainage wells at both the north and south tower construction sites.

RAL Development and TriStar Capital are the developers. Arquitectonica is the architect.

 


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Anonymous
1 month ago

And another beaut by Arquitectonica!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Horrendous window cladding of different sized boxes, on two boxes that would otherwise look like something surrounded by a parking lot near the airport is no beaut. The rooftops look interesting and that’s about it.

Anemometer
1 month ago

May I see your portfolio?

Anonymous
1 month ago

^let’s see yours 1st. I promise not to laugh.

Wynwood 2022
1 month ago

Nikola Tesla spinning in his grave

Hail Mary
1 month ago

Looks great. I love how they married the two buildings with LED strips.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Looks great, too much parking.

Anonymous but Famous
1 month ago

Yes, ok, let’s turn Wynwood into Cincinatti.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Huh?

Anonymous
1 month ago

What the fornication under consent of the king are you talking about? How could Wynwood ever be like Cincinnati? Ever spent time in either place? I have. You’re crazy.

Azarius
1 month ago

Hate to say but Mana will have the most valuable land across the city and will be able to charge record pricing, since he’ll be the LAST TO BUILD …. Money wise… it’s smart

Anonymous
1 month ago

You’re right. Dude will make a fortune without ever having to put a shovel in the ground.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s high tech cause we said so.

MM305
1 month ago

Notice how all these Wynwood articles get way fewer comments. Thats cause no one really cares about that area, or Edgewater, where the demand is completely artificial from the North East and abroad. Look at all this Williamsburg rip off housing. You would have to be from the North East to want to live in something like this in that neighborhood

Anonymous
1 month ago

From the renderings, it looks like NW 27th St passes between the two towers, is that right?

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Awesome addition, PWC is moving into the office two blocks west of this.

Mmmm
1 month ago

This is nice.

Anonymous
1 month ago

lol, apparently “high tech” just means the building has electricity and wifi 😛