Photos: 306-Unit The Dorsey Continues Rising In Wynwood

In Wynwood, a mixed-use project called The Dorsey is rising.

Construction now appears to have reached level 9.

The Dorsey will be eventually reach a height of 12 stories.

It will include:

  • 306 apartments
  • 35,000 square feet of retail
  • 70,000 square feet of office
  • 476 parking spaces

The project is being developed by the Related Group, Alex Karakhanian’s LNDMRK, and Scott Sherman’s Tricera Capital.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Keep up the good work Wynwood, you’re starting to transform into an area that’s sophisticated and a very desirable place to live.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The transformation won’t be driven by shiny new buildings but by what happens at street level. Cheers.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Without these new buildings there won’t be any transformation to drive anything at the street level.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cool, underground the utilities and build a Coastal Link stop.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sure, will you be on board with a tax hike of 15%+ to pay for all it? In Coral Gables, they have been trying to push residents to pay $25,000 per residential lot to bury the electrical lines. For those that can afford $25,000 it is a mere inconvenience, but for those that live on fixed incomes or raising a family and already have to pay hefty property taxes, it would be a crushing expense. Tag on the hundreds of millions of dollars for a costal link spur for Tri-Rail and you’ll be raising taxes and living expenses for everyone of all income brackets.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Burying utilities is solving more than a “mere inconvenience”. We should achieve greater reliability, which is a clear benefit. The cost of burying is in part offset by the cost of keeping overhead lines clear of pressing vegetation, plus the cost of periodic line repairs after violent storms. Cheers.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Seems like this is something that should be built into FPL’s rate base. It’s capital expenditure by a regulated entity in a low interest rate environment. Seems crazy that the rate-payers should be asked to front FPL capex.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah…but….that’s just your opinion man.
“Great ideas” fomented on The Next Miami don’t have to consider the cost to implement the idea.

As a general observation, I’ve notice that the same geniuses who believe that Corporations are greedy profit mongers, don’t understand that IF it made economic sense to earn “greedy profits” THEN FPL would do it in a heartbeat.

Anonymous
1 month ago

A Tri Rail stop near 29th street does not provide sufficient frequency or convenience for travelling downtown. Metromover extension is planned for Miami Avenue with several stops.
A Tri Rail stop near 38th street would provide northbound access to rail, and a terminus for the metromover extension. The Tri Rail station would also have express bus access to Miami Beach on the Julia Tuttle causeway.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hate when you guys don’t include renderings

Anonymous
1 month ago

lol…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Waaaaahhhhhhhhhhhnnnnnn…..me no like the Arquitectonica….an dare way wee balconies…
Arquitectonica only do ca ca way wee balconies…all da same bull dings from Arquitectonica

Anonymous
1 month ago

rendering from Arquitectonica, what do you think???

Anonymous
1 month ago

This apartment and the other apartments in wynwood are going up melo speed.

Brickellite
1 month ago

Oh boy, related, please check your condo docs, look out for “ammendments ” and sweet developer deals with vendors, also the lot owner gets a bunch of units and the cu areas ” commercial unit”

Anonymous
1 month ago

NO WAY!!! RED ALERT!!
The property owner who owns the property or buys the property can keep some of the property that they bought in the form of Commercial Units???

THIS SOUNDS CRAZY….so the developer who buys property, just like I buy property, can…..um…..he can…..um……own his property when he buys it just like I own my property when I buy it?!?!?!

This is absolutely outlandish! OUTLANDISH!!!!

Thanks for the tip Brickellite. I will be on the lookout for the “CU” or “Commercial Unit”…, and I would like to nominate you for the Researcher of the Year for chasing down that definition.

And to think, these greedy Developers might have gotten away with it, if not for you….you Pesky Kid!!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Thanks for the 5 pictures of the same thing from the same angle.

CoastalJoe
1 month ago

Out of scale and not compatible with surrounding neighborhood? Setbacks?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Forgive Coastal Joe.. he’s been playing the “Dawn of Man” video game every day for far too long.