A construction permit has been applied for at the 29N Wynwood project, which recently received a negative UDRB vote.
The permit application was submitted in September. Miami’s building department continued reviewing the plans through October, records show.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board voted against recommending approval of the project at their October meeting.
The plans were first submitted to the board for review in August.
According to an October UDRB resolution, the board still had the following issues with the design:
In July, the Wynwood Design Review Committee voted in favor of approving the project, with the following conditions:
According to the September construction permit filing, 29N is proposed to include:
There will also be 668 parking spaces in a concealed garage, and a ground floor public plaza.
Total construction cost is estimated at $130m, the permit states.
Gensler is the architect.
No construction contractor is attached to the permit yet.
The original plans sent to the Wynwood Design Review Committee can be seen here. Below are the most recent revision of the plans sent to the UDRB in October: