Krymwood Hotel Proposed In Wynwood, With Hotel & Residential Units

Plans have been submitted to Wynwood reviewers for a new development called the Krymwood Hotel.

Krymwood Hotel is proposed to include:

  • 48 hotel units
  • 12 residential units
  • 4,903 square feet of commercial/retail
  • Zero car parking spaces

The architect included a statement on intent with the submission:

The Krymwood hotel is an 8-story mixed used new construction building. It will have commercial on the basement through the 2nd floor, lodging units and amenities on the upper floors. Artists will be selected at the completion of the project to paint the selected external walls visible to the public. The overall square footage for the project will be 72,369 square feet. The structure is constructed of masonry walls, post-tension slabs, and cast-in-place concrete column. All mechanical systems will be located on the roof top and will be screened from pedestrian and vehicular views. Signage will be by separate permit.

MKDA is the architect.

Florida Art Services LLC is listed as the owner. According to a statement provided to the SFBJ in 2021, the developer is Michael Krymchantowski in partnership with QKapital Group.

The Wynwood Design Review Committee is scheduled to have a hearing to discuss the proposal on May 10.

 

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Azarius
17 days ago

cool concept projects like. this will keep Wynwood unique

Anonymous
17 days ago

Gorgeous.

Anonymous
17 days ago

At least it’s not boring like a lot of stuff going up in Miami.

Shawn Kouri
17 days ago

This will be a boutique hotel and residential tower. Small and boutique. Quaint and corky

Ciparoo
17 days ago

Corky? They gonna drink a lot of wine here?

Anonymous
17 days ago

Kouri means quirky.

Not Anonymous
16 days ago

does he though?

Anon
16 days ago

Bro look at those pics…they’re going to be drink craft beer and checking out there pocket watches.

Anonymous
17 days ago

As a rule, a hotel is profitable from 50 rooms onwards. This one would be on the edge, 48 rooms.

Fern
17 days ago

Rent from the 12 residential units might make up the difference

They call me...
17 days ago

That isn’t a rule.

The rule is, a hotel is profitable if it’s income is greater than its expenses.

Anonymous
16 days ago

It’s not that. Even with excellent management, a hotel with 10 or 20 rooms does not make a profit and, on the contrary, a hotel with 100 or 200 rooms that is poorly managed does not make a profit. Hence, the rule that every hotelier knows, with good management, you have a good profit from 50 rooms.

Casey
17 days ago

Love it

Anonymous
17 days ago

Beautiful infill project. Should get more of these all throughout Miami-dade even

ex-Londoner in 33132.
16 days ago

Every new building in Miami should be imaginatively designed. No more ho-hum boxes. Show some London flair.

Anonymous
12 days ago

London flair? I lived in London; city is a dump.

Anonymous
17 days ago

Its replacing a surface parking lot next to BRICK

Melo is sigma and chad
17 days ago

Nice little infill to the area.

Miami
17 days ago

Zero parking spaces???

Anonymous
17 days ago

As it should be with many of these new developments.

ParkingHater
17 days ago

LETS GO ZERO PARKING

Anonymous
17 days ago

You should change your moniker to “CarHater”

ParkingHater
17 days ago

I have no problem with cars. But subsidies and defacto taxes on developers? Nah

Anonymous
17 days ago

Zero parking spaces, but they still manage to excrete one hell of an ugly building.

Anonymous
17 days ago

They should draw Cruella Deville in the podium 😁

Ezra Pigatt
15 days ago

Virgin Hotel should come to wynwood!!!!!

John
7 days ago

What’s this?

Non sesual with it
16 days ago

Lame and flamer