East End Capital’s 236-Unit Wynwood Apartment Complex Approved, Gets Utilities

East End Capital has obtained approval to build a Wynwood apartment complex known as 2400 N. Miami Avenue.

Miami’s Planning & Zoning Department granted approval on December 1.

In November, the developer obtained water and sewer utilities to build the project. According to the utilities agreement, 2400 N. Miami Ave. will include:

  • 236 apartments
  • 7,497 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 12,528 square feet of retail
  • 400 parking spaces in a 5-story garage (not included in the utilities deal)

The developer has also applied for a construction permit, demolition permit, and filed a unity of title to allow construction to begin.

Kobi Karp is the architect.

 


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Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami Avenue will be lovely

Anonymous
1 month ago

can’t wait till they finish paving it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It needs bike lanes

Azarius
1 month ago

We need more development from 17th to 22nd street!

Anonymous
1 month ago

What are Wynwood’s boundaries?

Anonymous
1 month ago

20th Street to 36th street

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wow! This is the fourth Wynnwood development announced in 2 weeks.

Anonymous
1 month ago

TNM has a huge backlog of projects to post

Azarius
1 month ago

Wynwood is just booming!!! Wynwood =SoHo here we come!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another day, another 500 cars coming to Wynwood.

You can hate these comments all you want but the reality is you build it and the cars will come. And they shouldn’t have an out-sized presence in our cities.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love cars!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I just bought one last week!

Anonymous
1 month ago

New Lease at year-end.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I am an SUV guy!

Azarius
1 month ago

So I’m going to take a different approach to this comment because I’m curious as to how you would like the area to grow.

Realistically public transportation in Miami is nowhere near where it needs to be to transport the capacity of people that is needed to grow this area. The timing/funds/studies needed to make it happen will take decades.

So my question to you is how is Miami supposed to grow and attract different industries to Miami with building buildings with enough parking to handle housing and work and retail options. No body wants to ride bicycles for miles in the Miami Heat.

Also remember New York had a huge cab Industry to support the residents who didn’t own a car or wanted to ride public transportation wish they had access to.

Anonymous
1 month ago

dude
stop living in a dream world
We hear you and we all wish Miami had a transportation infrastructure and that it was more walkable and that it wasn’t 2000 square miles wide.
However, reality is car is king here as it’s in much of the USA where cities are built specifically for the car. If this trend didn’t stop when gas was 4$ a gallon what makes you think it’s going to stop now?????

Anonymous
1 month ago

Forget Azarius.. these people live in houses with no sofas, chairs, or anything else to sit on because they don’t want anybody with a vehicle visiting them.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I mean’t: Forget it Azarius

Sorry…..

Anonymous G
1 month ago

It will be a good additon. Wynwood is booming!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I wish they would tear down more of those crappy warehouses. Many are empty. Not quite Soho or the Village yet.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwood deserve more industrial design in their buildings.This fit perfect in midtown or down town.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So is the outdoor movies and bagel shop getting demo ?

Azarius
1 month ago

Also $2000 for a studio is far too much idc how many Amenities the building has

Anonymous
1 month ago

The end of Wynwood Factory Nightclub.

Anonymous
1 month ago

boring. glad for more people, but let’s not see the art-vibe die.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwood was cool while it lasted.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cool empty lots

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ugly

Anonymous
1 month ago

Kobi Karp always pleases with his ever different designs.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I was going to say the same thing! Such a great diversity of designs, but you can also usually tell it’s him. Great artistry.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Right, giant boxes and ugly balconies thrown all over the place. At least Arquitectonica will sometimes make them wavy.