Miami’s ‘Most Technologically Advanced Office Campus’ To Begin Construction In Wynwood

A high-tech office campus is planned to begin construction soon in Wynwood.

Developer David Edelstein says it will be the “most technologically advanced office campus in Miami for the leading companies of tomorrow.”

Construction will begin within six months, after the developers closed on the final piece of a property assemblage for $13 million, they told The Real Deal yesterday. They spent a total of $32 million buying the 72,000-square-foot assemblage.

The campus will have two 8-story buildings.

The project will include:

  • 315,420 square feet of gross leasable area
  • 531,215 gross square feet including 78,000 square feet of outdoor terrace space
  • 397 parking stalls

Edelstein of TriStar Capital and Robert Levine of RAL Development are the developers.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
5 months ago

Build it and they will come – wynwoods on fire with no end in sight!

Azarius
5 months ago

True Live Work Play

Anonymous
5 months ago

Call 911!

Anonymous
5 months ago

great addition to west wynwood where its still less active than the rest of wynwood. to bad slumlord mana is keeping west wynwood bleak.

Anonymous
5 months ago

545 Wynwood by Sterling has had poor leasing activity, surprised this is going to start soon.

Anonymous
5 months ago

It’ll pick up quickly. Everyone is quickly getting priced out of Miami Av and NW 2nd Av which is causing developers and everyone else to rush towards 95.

Anonymous
5 months ago

There is no office product on either with the exception of Gateway building lol

Anonymous G
5 months ago

Sick building! Should be a popular office complex when done.

Anonymous
5 months ago

and wynwood brewing for happy hour

Anonymous
5 months ago

What is special about this to make it the “most technologically advanced office campus in Miami”? That’s a big claim against various university buildings like the UM Life Sciences building etc.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Cat6 cable lol

Anonymous
5 months ago

a direct line to the NAP downtown

Anonymous
5 months ago

It’s going to have an innovative automatic croqueta and empanada vending machines. And “Iconic” art piece of human sized chancletas.

Anonymous
5 months ago

$32 million for the land and only building two 8-story office buildings. Numbers don’t add up.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Could be build to suit for an anchor tenant

Anonymous
5 months ago

Where will the murals go?

Anonymous
5 months ago

A dilapidated building scarred with graffiti are murals? LOL…

RobbinHood
5 months ago

Absolutely STUNNING!!!

545 is almost half leased in the last 5 months! By the time this is delivered, Wynwood will be starved for space again.

Office rates going to $65 NNN in the next 12 months.

Retail rates already eclipsing $120 NNN around 2nd Ave.

Anonymous
5 months ago

“Half leased”

Source please.

Anonymous
5 months ago

More like 3% leased…….

RobbinHood
5 months ago

Give Tere Blanca a call… she will fill you in 😉

Anonymous
5 months ago

Wynwood transforming.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Mana??? Exactly.

Anonymous
5 months ago

The end of Wynwood’s character.

Anonymous
5 months ago

5th Ave was Wynwood’s last block that reminded me of decades long past.

RobbinHood
5 months ago

Single story car repair warehouses hardly count as “character”

Anonymous
5 months ago

A bunch of stucco boxes built at the same time with the same phony, derivative architectural style will look great in 15 years when it’s all out of style at the same time. This is the difference between actual city planning and a bunch of holier than thou real estate developers playing Sim City.

Anonymous
5 months ago

You’re more than welcome to buy a few parcels and build whatever wonderland you desire. Those who can not do… teach!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Those who aren’t inventive enough to develop in real cities that demand more than just stucco rectangles… go to Miami!

Anonymous
5 months ago

I suppose technologically advanced doesn’t mean good architecture. More Arqueeftectonica boxes with ugly window placement. Sad!

Anonymous
5 months ago

I wouldn’t say that.. the renderings look nice to me.