Full Plans For Wynwood Works, Which Is Requesting Density Increase Under Attainable Housing Program

Wynwood Works is set for review today by a Miami board today, and the developers of the project are requesting a height and density increase.

According to a letter from the developer’s lawyer, the project is one of the first submitted under the Wynwood Attainable Mixed Income.

As part of the new zoning rule, developers are able to obtain height and density bonuses by promising to limit the income level of future tenants.

A height increase from 8 stories to 125 feet is granted to developers participating in the program. Developers also get bonus density of double the number of units normally allowed.

Wynwood Works is proposed as a 12-story multifamily residential affordable housing development, including 120 units ranging from studios to 2-bedroom apartments.

There will be 5,698 sq. ft. of ground floor commercial space on North Miami Avenue, with 5 levels of on-site enclosed parking and a mix of amenity spaces.

Magellan Housing and the Omni CRA are the developers, and the Miami Heat’s Udonis Haslem has been previously announced as a partner.

The Wynwood Design Review Committee is scheduled to review the plans at a meeting today.

 

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Casey
2 months ago

Has anyone walked around Wynwood lately? It’s kinda trashy. They need full time cleaners and more greenery.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Hasn’t it always been trashy? It seemed that way to me.

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s literally a warehouse district

Anonymous
2 months ago

It needs to become more walkable for sure.

Anonymous
2 months ago

With the serious shortage of available housing it would be disappointing to say the least if this wasn’t approved…

Anonymous
2 months ago

Love this project

Anonymous
2 months ago

Great project. Let’s move this along

Anonymous
2 months ago

Is this for people who work in Wynwood?

Anonymous
2 months ago

nope…tax credits and developer P.R. flex for more goodies from city and county

Bryan Riley
2 months ago

Going to be crazy at the 20th and N Miami Ave intersection. The left turn lane needs a arrow. Along with the street parking taking up 1 lane on N Miami Ave and Oasis drop offs. Not going to be as pretty as the renderings. They will have to wait at least 10 years for metro mover.

Anonymous
2 months ago

No, what the area needs is less car parking, less cars (deduced demand), and options including bike lanes (For bikes/scooters), metromover, and tri-rail. Cars and car infrastructure do not have to be a given.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yall really denying reality, the majority of the people that go to this area dont live in this area, without them driver or getting ubers the area would be empty. And stop talking about metromover, we are talking about what is there today.

Anonymous
2 months ago

you’re missing the point.. even if a “minority” of people shift modes… that has a huge impact. no one is suggesting that we “ban” cars or not allow them.. just to give people an option.. if even 20% of people choose a way besides car it has a positive impact on everyone.

Anonymous
2 months ago

typical leftism pulling out numbers out of the blue, again most people drive or get a uber to wynwood. They just wouldnt come the harder it gets to get there.

Anonymous
2 months ago

How come righties are always ready to invoke a political party affiliate on someone just because a person has their on point of view that has nothing to with politics?

Anonymous
2 months ago

i swear to god that person is gonna say that bike lanes are part of marxist theory, like its not, its good urban development which miami so desperatly needs

Anonymous
2 months ago

their point of view is wrong and yall are the ones to always talk about muh republicans all day.

Anonymous
2 months ago

yeah the uber and party bus drop off for Oasis is causing so much traffic now. north miami ave of fifth ave use to be my shortcut to avoid 2nd ave traffic.

Anonymous
2 months ago

This is a much needed project at the right time in the right place. Kuddos to all involved!

Anonymous
2 months ago

This is a great project!

Anonymous
2 months ago

a bit more design esthetics on this building please…..it wont cost mush more….

Anonymous
2 months ago

interesting concept to request a height increase while also including all units under affordable housing – board really can’t say no to this project..

Anonymous
2 months ago

Does anyone know any details on Wynwood 21?

Anonymous
2 months ago

GREAT PROJECT! WYNWOOD NEEDS MORE WORKFORCE HOUSING!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

The traffic near here is bad since oasis opened

Anonymous
2 months ago

A lot of traffic is what those businesses there count on.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Most of levels 1-5 are dedicated to car storage. Remove parking and build this project for people! Then no variance will be needed!

Anonymous
2 months ago

^ And while writing this comment, his/her car is parked a few feet right outside the door where he/she lives.

Anonymous
2 months ago

nothing says glut of overpriced apartments than a developer seeking a height/density easement for affordable units to soak up some of the costs and loan payments…and as everybody knows here they will have “requirements” to obtain those “affordable units”…

Anonymous
2 months ago

100% of the units are below market rate. Some of them are at 30% AMI.