Demolition Underway At Giant Wynwood Plaza Site

Demolition has commenced at The Wynwood Plaza site, according to photos by Ryan RC Rea.

The Wynwood Plaza (formerly known as 29N) is set to become one of the biggest ever projects in Wynwood, with 1 million square feet. It will become a destination project for the neighborhood, its developers have said.

Records show that a demolition permit was issued on March 4.

A construction permit was applied for in September 2021 and is still in review.

The Wynwood Plaza will include:

  • 266,000 square feet of office space
  • 509 rental apartments
  • Indoor and outdoor dining and shopping, with around 26,372 square feet commercial/retail
  • Landscaped 25,000 square-foot outdoor public plaza
  • Parking garage with 668 car spaces and 954 bike spaces

L&L Holding Company and Carpe Real Estate Partners are the developers. Carpe is the developer behind the Oasis in Wynwood.

Gensler is the architect. James Corner Field Operations is designing the public areas.

 

(photos: Ryan RC Rea)


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Melo is sigma and chad
2 months ago

29th street is going to be a walk of high rises from i95 to biscayne bay within five years. Can’t wait to see what goes on that parking lot on 29th st and NW 2nd ave

Blowjob
2 months ago

shit ass tits fuck

Yeah
2 months ago

Yeah

Pickles
2 months ago

I really love this project. It sort of looks like buildings in Washington, DC.

ignoranymous
2 months ago

954 bike spaces?

Somebody has an helluva exaggeration..

Anoymous
2 months ago

I’m not the biggest fan of the building on the corner, but still… Amazing when you design a project properly concealing the parking and don’t need a “public art” space to hide it with a crappy mural.

Azarius
2 months ago

This development will really bridge Wynwood and Midtown together. We need the woofers and a 29th st exit and entry to i95

Paul Gorman
2 months ago

an entrance at 29th st from i95 is absolutely mornonic.

You see how bad traffic already is when it bottlenecks at the 395/i-95 intersection. Now imagine putting an on/off ramp there…

Melo is Sigma and Chad
2 months ago

It doesn’t have to be a north/south exit/entrance off ramp. More like a off ramp like the 69th st one. You could only go north on i95 and you could only get off the south bound.

Realtalk Reilly
2 months ago

That little orange or peach-colored house on the lot looks like it had sort of a unique design, with a partial second floor. And NO, of course I’m not suggesting that little bungalow should’ve gotten in the way of developing the property. But it’s too bad they didn’t pick it up and move it. These days that’s easier and less expensive to do than most people imagine.

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

Nice development, but too many rectangles for my taste

Zz01
2 months ago

Welcome to big city living.

BDub
2 months ago

Circles are hard to stack.

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

why can’t they just not stack any shape

ignoranymous
2 months ago

I love stacked and shapely women.

Anonymous
2 months ago

You may not appreciate boxes but there is a reason why they develop box buildings. Because they consume less area per sq. foot than circular objects which waste space. Get it? Yeah, geometry and spacial math is cool when put in perspective.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Thank goodness, that place was a dump and a hangout for the needle junkies of that neighborhood

Ano
2 months ago

The traffic here is shit. Why do we keep building density in an area with maxes out road and no metro over?

Melo is sigma and chad
2 months ago

More reasons why 29th needs a i95 exit and entrance. Right now north Miami ave entrance is clogged up and back up to pets smart.

MEAN MACHINE
2 months ago

Good.. that means the transformation to Wynwood is working.

Anonymous
2 months ago

No! That means more cars. FDOT needs to use that money (interchanges are $$$$) to fund the metromover extension up to Wynwood.

Anonymous
2 months ago

You haven’t seen anything done with the Metromover in over 25 years, so stop whining about it now. Besides, until then, the businesses in Wynwood love the extra cars because that means they’re getting more shoppers, diners, and alcohol drinkers.

Melo is Sigma and Chad
2 months ago

With with a metromover the traffic will be get worse in north Miami ave entrance because more retail and venues are opening up.

Anonymous
2 months ago

What a stupid comment

Melo is sigma and chad
2 months ago

it makes sense, youre the anti-car goofy

Anoymous
2 months ago

1. FDOT has no jurisdiction over Metromover. Neither does the City of Miami.
2. There is not plan to extend the Metromover, just a study.
3. Extending the Metromover beyond the downtown area it was intended is re+arded without completely upgrading the system with bigger and more cars, which would ultimately be costlier than just extending Metrorail.

Ettore
2 months ago

Most boring ugly boxes in town project

Anonymous
2 months ago

Move to the country if you don’t like the city.

Putin
2 months ago

They should’ve contacted me for a free demolition Ukraine style

Elpit Ilio
2 months ago

The traffic is going to get ridiculous. We need a subway now!!!

nonmous
2 months ago

Elon Musk.. is that you?!

Definitely Not Elon Musk
2 months ago

Why is he getting so much hate? He’s gotta point. A subway system allows for high efficiency without taking up above ground space.