Demolition Is Underway At The Site Of The 326-Unit Society Wynwood

Demolition is now underway at the Society Wynwood site.

Developers PMG and Greybrook plan to complete the project in late 2022.

Society Wynwood is proposed to include:

  • 326 residential units
  • 41,258 square feet of retail/commercial space
  • 211 parking spaces
  • A 3,980 square foot lounge underground in the basement level
  • An interior courtyard open to the sky
  • Rooftop bar and restaurant
  • Rooftop pool and spa deck, yoga/outdoor theater, BBQ area

MKDA is the architect.

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Azarius
7 months ago

I’m so ready for these projects to be built out the area is only going to continue to get better and spur better and more modern architectural

Anonymous
7 months ago

That underground lounge seems like its going to be trendy

Anonymous
7 months ago

LMAO

Anonymous
7 months ago

Wynwood needs so many of these. Density baby!!

Anonymous
7 months ago

At least a hundred more.

Anonymous
7 months ago

As long as there is strong interest and demand for the area. Yeah, they should build a hundred more.

Anonymous
7 months ago

1000

Anonymous
7 months ago

At least a hundred and please, bury all the wiring. It’s disturbing and distracting.

Anonymous G
7 months ago

LET’S GO!! Great to hear some progress is happening. Lets hope ground breaking happens soon. Should be great for the area.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Am I the only one that can’t see this place on a map?

Anonymous
7 months ago

2431 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127 copy past into google.
Then use the little icon to view street. Drag it around the block and look at all the debris, painting from gangs etc. I wouldn’t invest there.

Anonymous
7 months ago

It should be paste

Anonymous
7 months ago

wynwood is great neighborhood and it’s getting better but las saturday i saw a homeless encampment on 20 st .i’m really concerned about that i hope something is done about it because it would be a shame to see such a beautiful neighborhood ruined by these encampments

Anonymous
7 months ago

They’ve been there for years

Anonymous
7 months ago

they’ve been there for years but they did n’t live in tents. tents makes them much more noticeable and destroy the city’s image

Anonymous
7 months ago

Looks like you haven’t heard but Covid 19 has added to many people who once had homes unemployed and homeless.

Anonymous
7 months ago

i don’t live under a rock. i know the pandemic has increased homelessness but no everyone lives in a tent in a homeless encampment. some homeless live in their cars,shelters or with relatives

Anonymous
7 months ago

so the pandemic is retro to homeless. Who knew, if you get covid now that you will be homeless retro to 10 years ago.

Anonymous
7 months ago

WTF – they have been there for decades and you call this ghetto beautiful? where are you from

Anonymous
7 months ago

Read well, i’m referring to the art district when i say wynwood is beautiful i’m not referring to 20st there has been homelessness in miami for a long time but tent cities are not very common in miami like it is in LA and SF and many us cities.there is a big difference when the homeless are spread out and don’t sleep in tents and when they install tents ,take over the sidewalks and entire areas.that is much more damaging to a city’s image

Anonymous
7 months ago

Send them to Doral.
Why don’t the homeless like the view of the Palmetto???

Anonymous
7 months ago

Well it’s too bad that the homeless aren’t conveniently out of your sight the way you want them all the time.

Anonymous
7 months ago

exactly. Use google maps and see street views. Holy crap. The place is horrid.
I wouldn’t walk down the streets, and not even drive through at night. And they want someone to by and live there. No way.

Anonymous
7 months ago

great? No it isn’t. sad to hear that you are sight compromised.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Unfortunately, it’ll only get worse these next couple years. Thankfully, the city has a relatively competent mayor.

Anonymous
7 months ago

they bull doze all that was cool in Wynwood 10 years ago. Now it looks like a ghetto with chain stores. ironic.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Well, sh!t change.. just look at yourself.

Don
7 months ago

Yea the zoning prohibits chain stores. Good try

Anonymous
7 months ago

Then why are there chain stores there currently?

Anonymous
7 months ago

Because they were grand fathered in.

Don
7 months ago

a high profile development site for sure. Let’s hope ground actually breaks here as opposed to sitting vacant for several years like the lot further north on 2nd ave

Anonymous
7 months ago

This neighborhood has soul. Its the most vibrant part of the city. For thar reason its full of people every weekend.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Is Metromover extension in the plan to this area?

Anonymous
6 months ago

They will complain about the noise from all the discos in the back along the 24th street.

Anonymous
7 months ago

with so many rooftop bar and restaurants coming they should build landing pats for flying taxis….no more Uber in traffic 🙂

Anonymous
7 months ago

Sure, anybody can pay for a flying taxi.

Sheesshh….

Anonymous
7 months ago

Think how many collisions there are in Miami. Now make traffic 3D.

Anonymous
7 months ago

it may be a step in the right direction. But as I look at the neighborhood, I see gang tags on every pole and building in sight.
Each pole is covered with taped-on advertisments and some are tagged too.

Until each resident/business owner gets a grip on that and removed them every time the pop up, plus clean up the street in front of each business. The area will continue to be the same.

Seriously doubt it will be a nice neighborhood in the next 10 years.

Anonymous
7 months ago

B-but… that’s art! /sarcasm

It really does debunk that whole argument that covering walls with murals will somehow stop vandals, even worse they destroy the decent murals.