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Diesel Living Condos Wynwood Set To Launch Sales In Early 2019

Diesel Living Condos Wynwood Set To Launch Sales In Early 2019

Diesel, the Italian fashion brand, has announced plans to build a Diesel Living condo building in Wynwood.

There will be 143 loft-style units in the new building, with 24,000 square feet of ground floor retail. Sales will launch in the first quarter of 2019.

“Diesel Living is the first true concept of modern living by a fashion brand. It reflects the lifestyle of today’s young generations, moving around the world and living life on their own terms. It reflects their ‘social’ way of interpreting their residences, spaces where they live, work and entertain with friends – spaces that say a lot about them and their personality. Diesel Living helps them to do just that: show the world who they are. I am sure this new project is only the beginning of a new exciting adventure,” said Renzo Rosso, founder of Diesel.

Diesel Living Wynwood is being developed in a partnership with Bel Invest, which submitted the plans to the Wynwood Design Review Committee this month.

Bel Invest is planning to develop a total of six properties in Wynwood, including residential, hotel, office and retail space.

“We are excited to help turn Wynwood in the first real urban pedestrian friendly neighborhood in Miami, thanks to our long-term experience in developing real estate across Europe,” Maximilian Beltrame, president and CEO, Bel Invest Group said. “Diesel and Wynwood are a perfect match in every aspect, and we feel honored to have been chosen to develop the first Diesel building in the world. We want to create buildings and shape neighborhoods where people do not have to leave their house by car, but rather find all their daily needs within walking distance.”

Zyscovich is the architect.

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Wynwood’s transformation is impressive in every way…

Anonymous
Anonymous

same thing happened in meatpacking district NYC

Anonymous
Anonymous

It is. Also, it would be great if we could get some complete streets with shade trees, wide sidewalks and bike lanes like many other leading cities have worldwide.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You don’t get out much… try visiting:

South Beach
Coral Gables
Downtown Miami
South Miami
Midtown Miami
Downtown Dadeland
North Beach
Coconut Grove
Brickell
Hollywood
Las Olas

Anonymous
Anonymous

im sorry but Brickell does not have wide side walks what so ever! The sidewalks from 6th street to 10th street are horrible. only 2 people fit on the side walk side by side and all them are cracked.

Anonymous
Anonymous

and good luck trying to cross a street even with a walk sign – your life is at stake. this is a horrible city for peds. downtown dadeland? LOL

Anonymous
Anonymous

So when walking across the street your “life is at stake” because “this is a horrible city for peds.” But there should be “Bike Lanes” everywhere?

Um, okay…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sorry you don’t fit on the sidewalk.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Right?! “Miami’s first pedestrian friendly neighborhood” HUH???

Azarius
Azarius

They have this in works now for 3ave. I believe

Anonymous
Anonymous

Very soon they will announce the Goya Residences project!

marc
marc

They did, it’s in el east de Hialeah.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Moriarti is building the Chiquita banana in Midtwon.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Residents are going to need a Whole Foods in Wynwood.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes, please, don’t tell me that we are going to end up with another Publix…

Anonymous
Anonymous

or a trader joes

Anonymous
Anonymous

Either Whole Foods, Wild Oats, Lucky’s, Fresh Market, Trader Joe’s, etc. could fit well on the Walmart site.

Anonymous
Anonymous

In Midtown, the Walmart Superstore is going to include a Neighborhood Market.

Anonymous
Anonymous

This just made me love this project even more hopefully Diesel have exclusive events there through out the year

Anonymous
Anonymous

I swear people on this site retarded! All these complaints about the design when the article clearly says loft style design. That for those who don’t know anything about architecture is an industrial look. Almost like a warehouse of sorts so if it looks odd it’s supposed to look that way. If it’s not your taste there are plenty all white stucco buildings all over Miami!

Anonymous
Anonymous

But, but, if I can’t come on this site and complain, my life just gets much more miserable than it is!

God forbids a developer presents a design that’s different to some of these people, because they then feel he should be tared, feathered, and run outta town!

The Real Marc
The Real Marc

really? no ground floor diesel outlet?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lease that space to a bigger fool.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
¯\_(ツ)_/¯

A Diesel store would be perfect for the Design District or Brickell City Centre!

Anonymous
Anonymous

In overtown they are building the H&M Living Condo!

Anonymous
Anonymous

They should remove the interior courtyard. Looks like a dorm building.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Are you kidding? Interior courtyards are nice and cool.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Office buildings I agree, not for residential.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s your opinion.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I wonder how long will this bear the diesel name? doesn’t seem like the rest of the branded condos we get here. once wynnwood is built out it will be lost in a sea of midrise buildings.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“once wynnwood is built out it will be lost in a sea of midrise buildings.”

Good!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Similar residential should have been done all through the Design District but Craig Robbins thinks no one will buy a condo without a water view. People would have paid substantial prices to live in the neighborhood. Instead it’s a ghost town after 8 pm. CityCenterDC is practically a copy of the Design District except it has hundreds of high end apartments and condos. It’s a massive lost opportunity that may yet doom the neighborhood as retail continues to struggle.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Design District is in it’s infancy.. much more growth to come, including restaurants, hotels and residential projects per Craig Robbins.

Dokter
Dokter

Buena Vista East & West are great MDD-adjacent neighborhoods for year-round residents. Still some undervalued opportunities in BV West; East priced high.

aceraroja
aceraroja

When you’re a shallow Miami compulsive consumer who identifies their very existence with a clothing brand but you can’t afford Missoni or Fendi.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The cluttered windows on the second to last rendering are atrocious. Without it, it could be a pretty good project for Zyscovich, and great branding too.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I see, another window freak.