First Big Residential Project About To Open In Wynwood, With Occupancy Expected In May

Wynwood 25 is set to become the first big residential project completed in the neighborhood, and is now in pre-leasing as completion nears.

Residents will begin moving in by May, the developer said in a press release.

The project includes 289 studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, and 30,000 square feet of retail.

Prices for the studios start in the the low $1,400s, with three bedrooms prices reaching the low $4,000s. Units include floor-to-ceiling windows, Italian kitchens and bathrooms, washers and dryers, and smart-home technology.

Kobi Karp is the architect, with Meshberg Group overseeing interior design and Naturficial the landscape designer. The design is said to pay homage to Wynwood’s unique urban aesthetic.

An art collection will include work from muralist EL MAC on the east façade. Miami-based artist, Typoe, will also complete a large-scale mural along the paseo wall.

 

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous

With the money that the hipsters save on razor blades and brakes for their bicycles, this shouldnt be a problem

ILoveMiami

Best comment I’ve read here in a while. Lmao.

Anonymous

More like the money from mommy and daddy.

Anonymous

Over $1400 for a studio apt.. (cough cough) okayyyy.. whew!!!

Anonymous

For those trendy folks that can afford it.

Anonymous

Kudos to them that can. I wouldn’t even ask them the price of their two bedrooms.

Anonymous

Imagine living in that studio on the second floor in the first photo and hearing concrete beach blast music all night. That unit must be on discount.

Anonymous

And so starts the process of the new residents complaining about noise and crowds from existing establishments, thus shutting down all the places that once made Wynwood great.

Anonymous

.. ala South Beach.

Anonymous

That’s why housing should not be built in the center of Wynwood, there should be commercial areas and residential areas. We can’t lose Wynwood because of one building… They gotta give out earplugs and noise-canceling machines with all rents.

Anonymous

And sound proof windows. I know of a place in Manhattan that specializes in these windows because of the noise.

Anonymous

Funny how y’all complain about rent being $1400. Trying living in NY or California. Why even bother looking at the price if you know you can take afford it. Just go move to Miami Gardens if you want cheap living.

Anonymous

And you can go to Little Havana.

Anonymous

try hialeah then

Michelle Grant

the prices aren’t bad..have you compared it to the prices in midtown? And its in the heart of all the great restaurants and retail shops! Love it! Can’t wait ? the building is beautiful

Anonymous

I’m torn. When Wynwood gets a few more of these it will be a real urban core neighborhood. Downtown and Brickell, as beautiful as they are, have a lot of part time residents and a lot of those buildings don’t focus on density and don’t have ground retail. With that said I agree with some of the comments the price tag is way up there, those are condo (high-rise) prices not prices for a former (partially current) industrial neighborhood.

I also agree with one of the commenters that agrees that with new residents, old entertainment establishments will soon be forced to close….again I blame the city/county for their zoning and code enfacement laws. Y’all need to hold your elected officials accountable… i.e. that two-faced clown ‘city commissioner’ K.R…Idk if I can name names on this site lol

I see a bubble in the horizon if these pries aren’t fixed. I don’t just blame developers. The city/county fees and taxes from construction to post occupancy are a drain on money flow. We will see what happens.

Anonymous

NO BALCONIES. Was SURE it was crappy corporate office space walking by.

Anonymous

Imagine trying to get home on Friday night after having to work late to afford the $1400 studio.

Anonymous

$1,400 isn’t crazy expensive and having a 70K job could cover it. Plus alot of people have the option to work from home.

Anonymous

If I’m making seventy thousand dollars a year in Miami, why would I settle for a studio apartment?

Anonymous

Preference.

Anonymous

Location, Location, Location

Anonymous

Preference?.. location?.. please guys, this is not Tokyo here we’re talking about.

Anonymous

I’m single, 28 and like going to wynwood and have the option to work from home so I would.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Not everyone wants to live in the suburbs believe it or not. And Wynwood has it’s appeal.

ILoveMiami

Lol

Anonymous

I saw this in person and the scale is totally off. Too big, too dark, not good architecture.

Anonymous

That’s one of the problems with some people in Miami, too many are so used to seeing small dinky stuff built in the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s, to where they think new projects should follow the same boring and outdated styles.

Anonymous

It would look really nice and industrial without the stupid horizontal stripes of windows splattered on the facades.