LRF Wynwood Gets Water & Sewer For 203 Apartments

The developer of the LRF Wynwood residential project has signed a deal for water and sewer.

According to the November 21 agreement with Miami-Dade’s Water & Sewer Department, the 5-story project will include:

  • 203 apartments
  • 15,104 square feet of retail
  • 40 parking spaces (per a June WDRC filing – not included in the utilities deal)

LRF Wynwood, LLC, an affiliate of Bay Road Partners and Scott Robins, is the developer.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 


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Anonymous
2 months ago

Design-forward low/mid rises like this should be built up in western Brickell too – Grand Peaks and developers should take note…

Jerome
2 months ago

Realistically every block of Miami should be at least this dense. No reason to have single-family suburbs in the middle of a world-class city. Save that for lower Miami-Dade and Broward.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The city should acquire all the hold out single-family homes in denser zoning by eminent domain, offer the people housing in southern or western Miami, and turn them into parklets.

Anonymous
2 months ago

^ you really have no clue about when eminent domain can be used, or how it’s paid for.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It was used to redevelop City Place / Rosemary Square on west palm and that turned out phenomenal for the entire community.I know my history and law. Hopefully others will learn too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

City may need to pay market rate but a loan can cover it, it’s an asset that can be later sold for profit or used to develop a more cohesive development plan.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Love the look. Wynwood is on 🔥🔥🔥

Melo is sigma and Chad
2 months ago

Good infill along North Miami Ave

Beguiled One
2 months ago

This looks really nice. Well done.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Arquitectonica Should stick to small scale designs.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Agree,

Marco
2 months ago

I love small size building in cities

Female Snow Bunny
2 months ago

I love large scale size buildings in cities.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The checkerboard protruding balconies make it look cheap.

anonymous
2 months ago

>> 40 parking spaces

Yes!

I'll just assume
2 months ago

Why am I not surprised how happy that makes you when this article mentions the little amount of parking spaces in this project?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Ideal will be 0 spaces for cars plenty for bikes.

Anonymous
2 months ago

…yeah if you’re a 10 year old kid. Adults need cars to get to jobs.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Not if you work close by in the Business District

Anonymous
2 months ago

Go bike to your job at The Citadel or Greenberg Traurig then. They’ll love the way you stink when you get to the office.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Those people are smart and probably will live in developing parts of Brickell with a 5-10 min walk to work. There are other employers in the downtown Business District.

Hilarious!
2 months ago

Yeah..”plenty” of moving targets for drivers in Miami.