Demolition & Construction Permits Now In Process For $210 Million The Collective Wynwood

Tenants on the site where the $210 million Collective Wynwood is planned have been notified they must vacate the property with demolition and construction permits now in process.

Boxelder Craft Beer Market has been told it must leave by October 31, according to the Herald.

Boxelder said it will be reopening in downtown Miami in December, in a project that hasn’t yet been announced.

City records show that a demolition permit was applied for on September 2, while a construction permit was applied for on July 6. The demolition permit is in pre-screening, while the construction permit is already in review.

The Collective will include:

  • 180 communal living residential units
  • 70 lodging units
  • 9,508 square feet of ground floor retail
  • 82,000 square feet of shared amenity space
  • Rooftop pool, dining, and garden areas
  • “European style” pedestrian paseo
  • 163 underground parking spaces

Young professionals, recent college graduates, people in lifestyle transitions and those new to Miami who are looking to meet like-minded individuals and participate in social gatherings are the target demographic of the new development.

Residents will be able to choose all-inclusive billing options with a variety of duration of stay options.

The Collective currently operates 1,664 units across 6 cities in 4 different countries, with 19 projects under development.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

For those looking to re-live their dorm years.

Anonymous
1 month ago

These kids will never grow up

Anonymous
1 month ago

Such a petty comment. I guess by your measure, we should all live in single family homes with two cars per person in order to be considered an “adult”. You should also take out every mortgage, credit card, and loan to achieve those goals. Very adult.

Anonymous
1 month ago

By your measure, we should all blow half our take home pay on a glorified dorm, blow the other half on club skanks, build no equity, save no money, have no privacy, bitch about Metromover not taking us everywhere, and still live the frat boy life at 28. Very adult.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Kendall boy hit again.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^^such a petty comment, poseur frat boy

Market Urbanist
1 month ago

This lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

No, I dont think he was being petty. We shouldn’t all be in debt, but we should be informed e ought to not live in a “collective” Or at least have an understanding of what a “collective” is.

The odds are, you’d have to be young or remarkably illiterate not to know what a “collective” means in the context of world history.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good to see Boxelder going downtown. Seems like a no-brainer for the general flagler street area, if that’s where it ends up going.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hopefully not in a mana space where theyre going to be kicked off soon

Anonymous
1 month ago

Welcome to the future of Miami… College Dorm Life for everyone !!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Better a glorified dorm in a proper building than a shipping container or pod.

Anonymous
1 month ago

If that shipping container has its own private bathroom, I’d take it over this dorm.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So brick and box elder are gone, I wonder how long the clubs on 24th will last with apartments next to them on both sides.

Anonymous
1 month ago

these will only be 1/3 occupied at best…..lights out nobody home

Anonymous
1 month ago

Brick is not going anywhere, it’s in the rendering.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is that a Hospital?

Miami donk rider
1 month ago

29 st is going to be lined with towers from the Dorsey tower to the bay. But where did Brick go

Anonymous
1 month ago

Un poco feo

Anonymous
1 month ago

I remember that building,…I bought a polo there once.
No wait…it was a bag heroine.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Meaning these units will be somewhat affordable or absolutely insane like brickell & downtown? Why keep building high rises when the vacancy is higher than the capacity.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Promenade European style is a boulevard with gypsies… American style is with homeless… like today on Brickell and SE 8th st!!

Are we becoming a blue state?

Anonymous
1 month ago

cool concept for one of ugliest building that will disgrace our city

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is it true that you have to carry the Little Red Book with you throughout the property?

Anon
1 month ago

Well, it would not being built in today’s world (aka China OverBuilt highly leveraged) without a massive profit being made by developers. Good for them.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Love the design

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love it!