Developer Submits Plans To Build 203-Unit Apartment Building In Wynwood

Plans have been submitted for yet another apartment development in Wynwood.

The 5-story unnamed project will be located at 35 NW 27th Street, and is proposed to include:

  • 203 apartments
  • 15,104 square feet of ground floor retail
  • 40 parking spaces in a garage fully lined with habitable units

Apartments will be relatively small, ranging in size from 463 square feet to 861 square feet.

In order to reduce the parking requirement, the developer will build 170 bike parking spaces (of which 156 can be substituted for 26 vehicular parking spaces). The developer will also contribute to the Wynwood Parking Trust Fund for a further reduction of 114 spaces.

LRF Wynwood, LLC, an affiliate of Bay Road Partners and Scott Robins, is the developer. LRF previously obtained approval in 2020 for a project with a mix of hotel and apartments on the same site.

The Wynwood Design Review Committee is scheduled to have a hearing for the proposal on June 13.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

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Melo is sigma and Chad
5 months ago

Good, another decades long empty lot is built upon. Now we need metromover on north miami ave

Andrew
5 months ago

Those lots had homes/apartments on them until not that long ago.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Now they will have more homes!!

Andrew
5 months ago

Correct and that’s great. The lots have not been empty for decades though.

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
5 months ago

Single family homes are terrible to a city center

chongalicious
5 months ago

it would be way cheaper and quicker to build a street car built on a devoted traffic lane….metromover and any above ground track will take double the time and money….meng….

Anonymous
5 months ago

Don’t worry chongalicious, if Miami keeps going through all this street flooding like it did just previously, these clowns in office will start getting the message and start extending the Metromover to places where people actually need to get to because I bet people would rather ride it than risk paying high towing bills and engine repairs because the rain water ruined their car.

Anonymous
5 months ago

It would be cheaper to do drainage improvements for the streets not to flood, rather than covering it with a giant flyover and ruining any potential for a complete and walkable street.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Drainage improvements?

And what should the city do then when that’s not enough to handle the ever increasing rising waters?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Cities around the world have elevated transit even nyc

chongalicious
5 months ago

elevated trains built back in the early 1900s….not too many except in far east these days….

Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

street car will take away two lanes

Anonymous
5 months ago

If grade separated, yes. Even so, I thought posters here were all gung ho about road diets anyway.

They call me...
5 months ago

“WE” “NEED”

“Daddy….I WANT A GOLDEN TICKET AND I WANT IT NOW!”
(Ooompah, loompah, doompahty doo)

Anonymous
5 months ago

Now Metromover please!!

chongalicious
5 months ago

chu gunna wait years meng…..

Truth Matters
5 months ago

Bury the gridlock

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yes, and bury the utility poles, never mind the fact the streets will be ruined with Metromover squatting over them.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Love the minimal parking! 40 spots for over 200 apartments is the kind of parking ratio we need more of.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Haha.. The bicycle theft industry is about to begin going way up!

Fern
5 months ago

Look at the plans. The bike storages inside the building

Anonymous
5 months ago

And?.. some people have gotten their car stolen from inside a fenced yard at home.

If you believe me, do some investigating yourself.

Anonymous
5 months ago

In that case, let’s just get rid of all bikes and cars.

Anonymous
5 months ago

And how would you go about doing that Sherlock?

They call me...
5 months ago

Hey, hey, hey! The are plenty of villages throughout the world that do not have cars!
The “sidewalks” are so wide that even the guys on this site wouldn’t find them impossible to navigate.
The women who walk 9 miles to find clean water are thrilled with the set up. They probably speak about what a treat it is to live in a community where they took the cars off of the streets.

Anonymous
5 months ago

“Hey, hey, hey! The are plenty of villages throughout the world that do not have cars!”

Yeah, their poor so they use “donkey power!”

Anonymous
5 months ago

So we want no parking in buildings but yet We have no reliable Public Transportation, our other alternative is a bike, but you will die commuting on it for sure. MetroRail is inadequate for the current city layout.
So how does one travel from Wynwood to Work in Downtown that is not Uber….That’s a car & requires parking.

Anonymous
5 months ago

There are many of us without cars in the urban core. I sold my car in 2020 and haven’t looked back. Life has been so much better since.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Don’t move there if you need a car. Simple

nobody
5 months ago

Wynwood to Downtown without a car?????? How on earth will anyone ever make that trip????????

Anonymous
5 months ago

I do it all the time. Moving to a city implies walking more than you would in some shitty flyover state. Try it.

They call me...
5 months ago

We need.
Of course….because without it…ummm….ummm…
They will announce another 200 unit building, and another 1,048 ft tall building, and more record arrivals at MIA, and larger cruise ships, and more residents, and more visitors, and more property tax revenues, and more jobs, and ……

Wait….
All of those things ARE happening.
Without all the “WE” ” NEEDs”

Is it possible that WE don’t NEED?

Maybe….just maybe….there are a FEW who WANT.

Fern
5 months ago

A smaller building that’s great. I know the large mega-tall towers get a lot of attention, but it’s the mid-rises that really do the heavy lifting. Would be even better if we had single-stair reforms here. And love seeing the low level of parking. This is gonna be great with the Northeast Corridor once that opens

Anonymous
5 months ago

And most of the buildings you see in this county are low to midrise buildings. I’m not understanding your gripe Fern?

Fern
5 months ago

No gripe. We need a lot of housing and every bit helps. I’m just saying these are good because high-rises can’t be built everywhere

Anonymous
5 months ago

How they are proposing the northeast corridor now it’s not a rapid transit line. It is a commuter line. While that does help the cause the impact will be minimal. No one is gonna wait an hour for a train to go from wynwood to downtown and vice versa

Anonymous
5 months ago

Another beaut from Arquitectonica

Anonymous
5 months ago

Please… Another meh building ruined by juxtaposed checkerboard balconies from Arquitectonica.

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
5 months ago

Lined parking garage! Love it!

anonymous
5 months ago

Love this. Bring it to South Beach!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

I ❤️❤️❤️❤️ It!

anon alcohol.
5 months ago

“Welcome to the wynwood suites AirBnB 200+ unit space…a transformative and dynamic hotelier experience in the heart of the wynwood party and arts district…bespoke artisans all welcome!!! blah blah blah blah……….”

cleavage or bust
5 months ago

interesting your comment got through the moderators………….

Leandre
5 months ago

I will be a retiree in 3 to 6 more years I’m just wondering would they have anything affordable for retirement retirees I love MiamiI i would like to Retire in Miami

James
5 months ago

The problem with wynwood is their bar scene is Bayside now as far as clientele

Anonymous
5 months ago

Arquitectonica please stay away from downtown and Brickell and edgewater

Anonymous
5 months ago

I’ve got some bad news for you…