Developer Reveals Proposal For Mixed-Use Wynwood Square

Brickell’s One Real Estate Investment LLC has submitted plans for a large mixed use project called Wynwood Square at 2201 North Miami Avenue.

The 12-story project is proposed to include:

  • 267 residential units
  • 55,227 square feet of office space
  • 25,214 square feet of commercial space
  • 482 parking spaces

The developer purchased the 1.78 acre property last year for $15 million.

Wynwood’s newly created Design Review Committee is set to consider the plans at a meeting today (it is the only item on the agenda.) The committee will pass a recommendation to the UDRB, which in turn will send an opinion to the Planning and Zoning Department.

Stantec is listed as the architect.

 


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Anonymous
4 years ago

I saved that little map on the 3rd rendering so when there is future articles on here and refer to a development project in an area I can view that map. It is color coordinated so it is easier on my eyes. Call me a dork I don’t care.

snoɯʎuou∀
4 years ago

Let the gentrification begin!

Anonymous
4 years ago

This is practically in Edgewater, all the way on the border. The area needs people to live there! Rather than only having transient people ocming to eat, drink and shop, Wynwood will have inhabitants, residents, people who bring pride of place. Hopefully they will bring small units with low rents so the people who make the area special can afford to continue to live there.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I agree as I was thinking the same when I saw the little map and was like, this edging the border of Wynwood and Edgewater. Unnecessary panic and speculation.

Anonymous
4 years ago

is this a rental?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Not loving this design. Looks very average.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Developers going to destroy Wynwood with all this parking. Such a shame the shortsightedness

Anonymous
4 years ago

Maybe parking wouldn’t be necessary if there were transit options, but there aren’t. Maybe you should air your grievances with your elected officials, instead of anonymously on a website.

Anonymous
4 years ago

And now this area’s only hope for transit, TriRail Coastal, was just killed. Ou Florida…

Keep It Lean
4 years ago

They’re going to destroy Wynwood by building the same stuff they build in Brickell and everywhere else.

The entire reason Wynwood is popular is because it is DIFFERENT! People love the smaller scale buildings like the warehouses, converted galleries and stores, and “lean” courtyards/urban spaces.

But since people love this area, the developers will sell the condos and people will move in. But then prices will skyrocket and all of the once “hip” bars/restaurants will move to somewhere else, as their rents become unaffordable/their sites will be bought up by developers.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Congratulations, you just explained every gentrified up-and-coming district.

Guess Wynwood, Williamsburg, etc. are SO OVER. Reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlGqN3AKOsA

CONCERNED
4 years ago

The forces you describe are those of the free market. The other option is control of the market. Which shall it be? The U.S.’s relatively free market or the statism of North Korea/Cuba?