Mana Backs Save Wynwood Petition Drive: Developers Want Nightlife ‘To Close At 11PM’

A petition drive is underway to stop what is claimed to be an effort to force Wynwood nightlife to shut at 11 PM.

Moishe Mana, a major property owner in the area, appears to be backing the effort, called Save Wynwood. The city recently forced Wynwood Marketplace to shut down on Mana’s property over permitting issue.

Over 15,000 signatures had been gathered as of this morning.

The petition is addresses to Mayor Francis Suarez, commissioners, and other local officials. It claims that “billionaire developers” are “buying” city officials to achieve their demand of shutting down nightlife.

Mana has said he will develop his property, but is backing nightlife over billionaires.

Save Wynwood will hold a public meeting at Mana Wynwood on March 3. Mayor Suarez will be in attendance at the meeting, called by Mana.

City of Miami officials have suddenly started disrupting local business in the past few weeks, a press release states.

The release also criticized the Wynwood Business Improvement District for not being democratically elected, yet still wielding governmental powers. Save Wynwood says they will address the future of the BID at the Mana meeting.

Residents of a newly constructed apartment building called Wynwood 25 have complained of noise in their units, and have shared audio of high decibel levels at night.

In January, Mana wrote on Instagram that his first move of 2020 was getting an apartment overlooking his property in Wynwood. Ironically, the picture appears to have been taken from Wynwood 25, the building where residents have been complaining.

 

Moishe Mana’s new apartment in Wynwood:

 

The video from Wynwood 25 complaining of noise that was shared with local officials:

 

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POLO
1 year ago

This is totally ridiculous for Wynwwod 25 new residents to complain about noise! These are the same young people that visited the nightclubs in the area, and wanted to be in the heart of the action. Where you think you were moving to, a convent!!

Azarius
1 year ago

And let’s talk pricing!! $1900 for a studio!! Fucking ridiculous and they’re for millennials…yeah right! How when they’re priced out!

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’m a millennial and I pay $2300 for a one bedroom in midtown/wynwood.

Anonymous
1 year ago

That’s called stupid lol

Anonymous
1 year ago

I want to live in this area and I’m buying a unit in Midtown 4 in a couple of months.

Anonymous
1 year ago

There’s one of you born every minute.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hey millennial, unlike others, I say KUDOS to you!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Good for you for exercising freedom which includes poor judgment.
Just don’t ask others to pay for your student loans.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I don’t have student loans because I went to community college and got a degree in STEM.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Without the nightlife Wynwood would be a ghetto. Kill the bars and clubs and your property values will fall.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Mana complains about how corrupt Trump is, but he doesn’t get the proper permits and wants to buy off politicians?

This guy is ruining our community.

TAX MANA VACANT PROPERTIES MORE IN 2020!

Anonymous
1 year ago

I could not agree with you more Mana is the poster boy for the 1% of the 1% who needs to be taxed. He keeps buying land and does nothing with it, thus preventing other developers from improving our community. He hates Trump so much and he is even worse than him, and this comes from me, someone who despises Trump and will vote for anyone who gets nominated on the democratic side.

Anonymous
1 year ago

“will vote for anyone who gets nominated on the democratic side” well someone has Trump derangement syndrome to vote for anyone nominated. No values at all just muh beat orange man because I support open borders for illegals could depress wages and these people from the third world also have unfavorable views on LGBT and women. But lets ignore that because orange man bad.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Is it hard to speak with trumps cock in your mouth all the time?

LTA
1 year ago

Where did these people think they were moving? It is like the people who moved into Downtown and complain about Ultra. You know where you are moving. If you don’t want the noise don’t live there. Go live in the Burbs. People do this to themselves.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Couldn’t have said it better

Anonymous
1 year ago

At least Ultra is one weekend a year. If people cannot literally see the writing on the wall here and expect no noise, go somewhere else.

305
1 year ago

There’s literally no reason to go to Wynwood except to eat, drink, and party. Eliminate those things and it will be back to being the shit hole it once was

Anonymous
1 year ago

It like asking the businesses on the Vegas strip to close down at 11.
Don’t want party noise, than don’t live there and move to a sleepy quiet retirement town like Boca and go play Bingo.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What a real jackass you are.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Go read the 31 5 star Google reviews on Wynwood 25. They sound too polished, glowing and are surprisingly grammatically correct. This IS Miami, afterall. I smell a rat ! lolol

Anonymous
1 year ago

Heres an idea, don’t come here in the first place if you’re just going to fucking complain

Anonymous
1 year ago

Dude, if I lived in one these new apartment buildings in Wynwood, I don’t wanna hear loudass music coming from your car. Just be respectful of others who’re not coming in the area where you live and blasting music. People who live in Wynwood are just asking for a little consideration from these club owners and turn the volume down some at a certain time of night. That doesn’t seem like something that’s too much to ask for to me.

Anonymous
1 year ago

then they should only build office use so it can be a party district at night !

Anonymous
1 year ago

Loudass music is like loudass motorcycles, both of them aren’t necessary.

Anonymous
1 year ago

So, if these billionaire developers that make up the Wynwood Business Improvement District get their way, what is the city going to do then about the events held in Wynwood?.. because that place will become a ghost town.

Jesus
1 year ago

Bro, why are you shutting down the nightlife? Residents are complaining? Did you not do some research or even know that Wynwood is a party town? Folks need to get a grip and leave us alone with our lives. If it weren’t for the nightlife, you probably wouldn’t have the demand for these condos. People like myself would like to live in Wynwood for the nightlife. Take your authoritative attitude back to Cuba or somewhere else. And don’t forget the First Amendment!

Anonymous
1 year ago

They’re not complaining about the nightlife, they’re complaining about the noise coming from the clubs in the area.

Just have a little respect for the residents that live in and will be living in this area in the future and turn the volume down. Is that so hard to do? I always hated in clubs that have the music so loud I had to scream at the person sitting right next to me when trying to have a conversation.

Anonymous
1 year ago

No one is forcing people to live there, if you can’t take the noise then move somewhere else.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Listen, ear destructive volume of music is unnecessary and unhealthy. No one in Wynwood wants to kick anybody out, they’re just saying “turn down the volume some.” I don’t think that’s too much to ask.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The clubs/bars were there before the apts!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Heck, alligators at one time were probably where you live right now, but things changed and they aren’t anymore.

Reduce the volume and everybody will get along in harmony.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I am not writing this to antagonize but only to share some local history. The eastern most portion of The Everglades started at the fork in the Miami River around NW 27ave. Wynwood was probably Pineland but I could be wrong.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Betch, you have options. If noise is your concern, there are 1000’s of apartments in Midtown and Edgewater. Why don’t you live there and still be close to Wynwood if you like the area that much.

Anonymous
1 year ago

i guarantee most of these pricks are not even from Miami. Why move there if you know what the area is all about.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Mana: ” I sold my home in South Beach, got an apartment in Wynwood overlooking @manawynwood, and I moved in. I am loving it ”

Me: Bruh! lmao!

Anonymous
1 year ago

This is Mana’s only active property and he can’t even do the permitting properly to keep it open. Slum lord

Anonymous
1 year ago

“Residents of a newly constructed apartment building called Wynwood 25 have complained of noise in their units, and have shared audio of high decibel levels at night.” *** Can you say cheap Related construction ?!? 😉 lol

Anonymous
1 year ago

So pull some money out of your pocket and upgrade the walls instead of complaining all the time and being a cheapo.

Anonymous
1 year ago

LOL why the hell would a tenant pay to upgrade his landlord’s apartment? You sound like a sucker.

Anonymous
1 year ago

No amount of construction material is going to muffle that noise.

Anonymous
1 year ago

If you don’t like the noise, close the window. Problem solved.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This is a great article about Club Space, Heart and Ultra…. oh, wait… :/ 😉 LMAO

Anonymous
1 year ago

Look, we just want people to come downtown and get on an off the Ferris Wheel, go to Perez’s museum, go to the science museum, and then go home!

– The coalition of boring downtown residents.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The city should impose something that makes any developer liable and building at his own risk and discretion for deciding to build residential In the middle of an entertainment district that has existed far long before this and help bring national spotlight to the neighborhood. They knew were they were building when doing so trying to be cool and edgy, now pointing a middle at all the entertainment like they are some pest that suddenly popped up.

Cindy
1 year ago

Is funny that In the video it shows the person recording with an OPEN WINDOW AND NOT SHOWING WITH A CLOSED WINDOW!! What is that telling you? That people like THESE don’t have nothing to do in their life but complain about everything. I’m sorry but to live in wynwood it’s only for millennials, single people, or young couples that likes to party of have a hanging out spot. These apartments shouldn’t be for family with kids or old retired people or people who like peace and quiet or anybody that doesn’t like these type of environment point blank. But obviously living in Wyndwood 25 will cost you an eye or a leg smh.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I bought a condo that is within walking distance to Space. I knew what I was getting into when they have their music playing for 40+ hours straight every weekend. Quit whining and move to the suburbs if you want quiet and boring.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah… I have no sympathy for the noise complainers. They knew where they were moving to.

Anonymous
1 year ago

“Residents of a newly constructed apartment building called Wynwood 25 have complained of noise in their units, and have shared audio of high decibel levels at night.” **** A) That’s what legendary cheap ass Related construction will get you !! LMAO B) Do your research at http://www.crespogramnews.com

Anonymous
1 year ago

They price it too just cater to the octogenarians. Thankfully it seems like this coronavirus seems to hit old people hardest

TrappedInMiami
1 year ago

I can’t believe this article was published. Complaining about noise in Wynwood when you chose a unit on 2nd Avenue doesn’t entitle you to peace and quiet, it entitles you to scorn and ridicule. Tony Goldman must be rolling over in his grave.

Rem
1 year ago

I get not wanting music blasting at 4 in the morning, but 11 seems ridiculous. You shouldn’t move there without expecting noisy clubs in the area.

Anonymous
1 year ago

lol, the City of Miami disrupting local businesses? More like stopping Mana’s illegal activities.

Anonymous
1 year ago

These clubs/businesses have been operating outside of actual regulation for some time. Its just caught up to them now that residents are bringing it to light. I don’t think it unreasonable for certain places to be asked to turn the music down (not off) after a certain hour, especially if they don’t have any walls.

Anonymous
1 year ago

there is a noise ordinance in the City…simple.
Just follow it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

OK Boomer