Drone Photos Show Over 2,500 Units Under Construction In Wynwood

New drone photos by Aaron DeMayo show there are at least 2,500 units currently under construction in Wynwood.

The under-construction projects that are visible in the photos below include:

  • Wynwood Green – 189 apartments
  • Wynwood 29 – 248 apartments
  • Quarters – 63 apartments
  • Wynwood 27/28 -152 apartments
  • AMLI Wynwood – 316 apartments
  • Urban22 – 441 apartments
  • Arlo – 217 hotel rooms
  • Society Wynwood – 318 apartments
  • Moxy Wynwood – 120 hotel units
  • The Dorsey – 306 apartments
  • Wynwood Haus – 224 apartments

The total combined apartment and hotel unit count is 2,531.

Every single one of the projects above can be seen in the single photo below. There are also close ups of most of the construction sites:

Wynwood 29 – 248 apartments:

Wynwood Green – 189 apartments:

Quarters – 63 apartments:

Sitework for Quarters at a lot behind Wynwood Green and next to Wynwood 29 seen below:

Wynwood 27/28 -152 apartments:

AMLI Wynwood – 316 apartments:

Society Wynwood – 318 apartments:

Moxy Wynwood – 120 hotel units:

The Dorsey – 306 apartments:

(all photos above: Aaron DeMayo)

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Not putting the power lines underground is a huge mistake by the city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not building transit is an even bigger mistake.

anonymous
1 month ago

they will build a Tri rail station soon and then expand metro mover to this area

Anonymous
1 month ago

Metromover isn’t a guarantee, and what would be the point of putting the power lines underground then if the street will be ruined with a flyover?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Metromover extension isn’t even probable, let alone a certainty like this guy thinks it is

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s up to FPL

evan
1 month ago

Municipalities and developers can pay FPL to move them underground. Will only cost more later when the area is even busier.

Anonymous
1 month ago

This. It also saves Florida Power & Loot from bitching about tree canopies.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Now extend the metromover up north Miami Ave.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The area desperately needs it, maybe by 2030 the local gov will come to its senses.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Try 2080!

Anonymous
1 month ago

The area desperately needs a quality transit system that isn’t a tin can minibus or two which appears to be the preferred option on here because you all don’t want to pay fares while going to overpriced restaurants and clubs.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I completely agree, MetroRail will always be my preferred transit but I already know the plans are for MetroMover to move up N Miami Ave. At this point I’ll take whatever we can get which unfortunately isn’t much.

Anon
1 month ago

Awesome post, even better photography and effort. I personally love seeing this type of news.

Bob
1 month ago

Expect there to be a real clash between the clubs and residents just like park west, wynwood as we know it won’t last much longer.

Anonymous
1 month ago

No problem, just take it inside now and still get your clubbing on.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Its also the cars driving up and down and the loud people coming out of the clubs. Most clubs outdoors are as big as their indoors. These clubs will be pushed the west wynwood or little river.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

29th was a sleepy street just 8 years ago, now its dense.

Tony Fiorentino
1 month ago

Dense like yo mama

Development Needed
1 month ago

This is not the place, please show some decorum.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sleepy, no. A dump, yes.

Nick
1 month ago

Great post!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Density❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Anonymous
1 month ago

I was walking under the scaffolding at Society Wynwood last weekend, I think that project is gonna completely transform NW 2nd Ave. I’m so eager to see Wynwood unfold into an even greater urban community than what it’s already become after all these projects are completed. Now’s the time to get the shovels in the dirt on the MetroMover extension.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You’ll be walking under Metromover flyovers and dodging homeless.

No more ugly podiums
1 month ago

Perfect height and good architecture. Just the right density.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Being the perfect height and the right density is just your opinion. In the pictures we see they can build much higher and denser.

Lol uninformed opinions
1 month ago

wynwood allows for 8-12 stories and nearly all of the shown projects meett that allowable.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
I’m not talking about what the zoning board says. The person commenting said he/she sees “perfect height and good architecture. Just the right density.” If that’s what he/she thinks, then that’s him or hers opinion. In those pictures, I see that they can build much higher which will automatically makes what we see more denser also.

Socretes
1 month ago

That’s incredible. 2,500 units in Wynwood, and 3,000 units on the corner of Biscayne Blvd and 18th Street.

YeahBoy
1 month ago

Wynwood is on FIRE! (Not literally)

IHateBrokerBabble
1 month ago

How many Art Galleries are under construction ? Bwaaaahahahahahahaaaaaaa

Archiami
1 month ago

good balance between transit and density.

T G
1 month ago

Bro i love the expansion, but like heck if i’m going to live somewhere without access to real public transportation. As someone who hates driving i’m locked to downtown/brickell area (or dadeland) as my living options.

Jose
1 month ago

miami aint your city unfortunately …. they don’t care about mass public transit that’s cheap

Anonymous
1 month ago

Excellent.. now lets see some 20 to 40 story buildings being built next time in the pictures.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Um.. okayyy Tucker Carlson…

Jose
1 month ago

not sure the appeal of living in Wynwood. It’s a rat’s nest. Bayside vibe at most places. Dirty. Dangerous if you go two blocks in the wrong direction. I guess college kids?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwood is unique and eclectic, you’re just boring.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Affordable housing takes over! So good to put this subject to rest.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is the person with the rose supposed to be Will Smith’s wife?

Urbanist
1 month ago

Honest question — where does Miami build next? The city is booming and we are running out of space to add homes for future residents.

iFlyMIA
1 month ago

Going to have to build up. Just like NYC.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

There is plenty of empty lots and two story apartments with surface parking. Even Brickell has plenty of empty lots and low level buildings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

As long as the prewar apartment buildings aren’t replaced with inferior boxes. Replace all the crappy ones 1960 to 1980s ones with faux mansard roofs and stone veneer first.

URP
1 month ago

lol, how is your handle urbanist if you don’t see massive available land in Miami? What we need is to stop moving the UDB and add 8-12 story buildings across all T6-8 zoning across the city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Infill in Allapattah, Riverside/Little Havana, etc.

Anonymous
1 month ago

We have more than enough space, we have to build denser. All the single-family home lots could be apartment and office buildings.

Socretes
1 month ago

Miami is not running out of space yet…there is still enough infill for another 100,000 + units within the city limits alone.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Construction is destroying the most interesting neighborhood in Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Then stay away from there… no one is begging you to be in it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Without construction, No city would be interesting