Photos Of The 80-Foot Stack Of Shipping Containers At Oasis Wynwood, Spotify’s New HQ

Oasis Wynwood is nearing completion, and new photos show the giant stack of shipping containers at the center of the project.

Spotify has signed a lease to occupy all of the project’s office space.

The shipping containers will include the Tower Bar at the bottom of the 80-foot stack.

Project engineer YHCE uploaded photos of the shipping containers to social media, saying that an inspection by the city’s Building Department was underway today.

When complete, Oasis will include:

  • 20,000 square feet of office (all leased to Spotify, where up to 100 employees will form their Latin America HQ)
  • Outdoor food hall & interior bar
  • 35,000 square foot courtyard
  • 17,000 square feet of retail
  • Live music stage

Carpe Real Estate Partners is the developer.

Urban Robot is the architect.

 

Photo below taken in November 2020 by Aaron DeMayo:

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Anonymous
8 months ago

Thats going to fly in a category five hurricane

Anonymous
8 months ago

So will you and your house, car, and almost anything else. A category five hurricane have wind that blow at least 200 to 250 mph.

suomynona
8 months ago

Category 5 is 157 mph or greater

Anonymous
8 months ago

I was thinking the same, they need to put holes in it for the air could just flow through it.

Laura Martinez (@yhceinc)
8 months ago

Hi!, I understand your concern about a CAT5 hurricane impacting the tower, however, at YH consulting engineering we designed this container tower considering the hurricane zone, this was designed by a team of professional structural engineers at our office, considering the FBC and wind zone. Also was reviewed by the County and the City.
The container tower is not just a bunch of containers, this is a safe structure 🙂

Anonymous G
8 months ago

Thank you for the explanation. I’m working on a project that YCHE has done.

Laura Martinez (@yhceinc)
8 months ago

That’s great! DM me on Instagram! would be nice to hear more about that project!

J.M.
8 months ago

It still scares me! It could’ve been one or two containers less.

Trees On The Roof Guy
8 months ago

Please never be an architect. Your too reserved. If it was up to you we’d still be using horses cause cars were just a lil too fast. Smh

Anonymous
8 months ago

you’re*

Anonymous
8 months ago

Never mind the extreme elements the metal will be exposed to which accelerate structural degradation. Whenever a Category 5 hits, hopefully this will be long gone.

Luis
8 months ago

Any use inside?

suomynona
8 months ago

Is the tower purely aesthetic or is there a functional aspect to it (aside from the first floor bar)? All of the office and retail space will otherwise be in the surrounding buildings, and not the tower?

Trees On The Roof Guy
8 months ago

It’s sad someone involved in the project had to comment to state something so obvious. Apparently people think folks graduate elementary then go start putting up buildings

Anonymous
8 months ago

This is super fucking dope for the area. Love it.

Laura Martinez (@yhceinc)
8 months ago

Thank you! we love working on this project!

Sure Jan
8 months ago

This is the epitome of Wynwood. Love it.

Anonymous
8 months ago

what does wynwood have to do with shipping containers?

Anonymous
8 months ago

Port of Miami used to store hundreds of them there for transfer across the nation years ago.

Anonymous
8 months ago

I worked in Wynwood when it was the center of the garment and sewing trade in Miami. The warehouses here used to receive and ship rolls of fabric and other goods from around the world in containers like these. I don’t know about you, but I like this reference to the neighborhood’s past and appreciate the container repurposing.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Now this is what Miami is all about. Invention. Color. Texture. Cool.
Super design elements that fit well with Spotify.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Sweet looking project. The shipping containers are a fun touch. It’s wynwood you guys, having some quirkiness to the design is the point. Lots of opportunity for live music with spotify stage too! Hopefully the pandemic subsides and we can get some fun events happening here soon.

Marc
8 months ago

Stop trying to make shipping containers happen

Anonymous
8 months ago

It’s actually a pretty cool idea

Anonymous
8 months ago

It’ll be cool when you’re forced to live in one and eat bugs, courtesy of The Great Reset.

Anonymous
8 months ago

What does the “Great Reset” mean?

Anonymous
8 months ago

It’s when his mom throws him out of her Kendall condo and he has to give up his leased BMW and eating out 6 times a week to pay rent and groceries.

Anonymous
8 months ago

It looks horrible right now, I hope they can explain why a stack of containers would ever look acceptable in any city, seriously wtf. Painting them won’t change it

Anonymous
8 months ago

Its beautiful

Anonymous
8 months ago

agreed. let’s jump on the shipping container bandwagon. why?

Anonymous
8 months ago

Looks great. Finally a plaza with miami vibe. Thats give a character to the area.
Congratulations to the architects.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Best renders I’ve seen on a project. It looks very realistic.

Anonymous
8 months ago

why did a shipping container become cool? what is cool about that? is a cardboard box cool?

Anonymous
8 months ago

Calm down boomer

Anonymous
8 months ago

It’s not so funny or inconsiderate when you remember that you came from boomers.

Sure Jan
8 months ago

Gen X are in their 40s and 50s, so….they’re also parents of adult children.

Trees On The Roof Guy
8 months ago

Yeah but the ones who took all the risks and made great things aren’t usually the ones who talk down on the future gens visions.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Gee, “Trees On The Roof Guy” knows how old the person is who said “why did a shipping container become cool?”

Man Tree On The Roof Guy, you’re so smart!

lol
8 months ago

Tell me two “great things” Boomers made.

Anonymous
8 months ago

“Tell me two “great things” Boomers made”

Your mommy & daddy and Rap Music…

Trees On The Roof Guy
8 months ago

Calm down boomer.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Wynwood happening

Azarius
8 months ago

Why is everything so gimmicky

Anonymous
8 months ago

That’s because some people in this city are always trying to be witty but have no clue as to how.

Anonymous
8 months ago

agreed – it will be a great selfie spot. so stupid.

cool
8 months ago

Things are gimmicky… so? Every city has weird stuff like this..

Anonymous
8 months ago

Honestly they should just leave the shipping containers as is and not even paint them.

Anonymous
8 months ago

The paint job on the tower is so freaking lame! 1995 calling you

Anonymous
8 months ago

beautiful. like a tropical shabby chic vibe

Anonymous
8 months ago

I was there last week and the courtyard is stunning. Can’t wait for it to open. Still I like to know how they are anchoring these containers. It doesn’t require a Cat 5 for them to fly, even with a cat 2 they will topple unless they are securely fastened like a cable stayed bridge which I do not see expect for the bottom most containers. Are the ones on Top welded to those on the bottom?

Azarius
8 months ago

This will bring some much needed development to this area of Wynwood

Azarius
8 months ago

So Spotify won’t bring attention to this area ??

Anonymous
8 months ago

So offices will be in these container with no windows?

Azarius
8 months ago

No they’re just there for height and aesthetics

Anonymous
8 months ago

So it’s more like an art installation?

Anonymous
8 months ago

Exactly!.. actually, you can see that in the pictures.

Anonymous
8 months ago

are you joking right?

Laura Martinez (@yhceinc)
8 months ago

The only habitable floor on the container will be the first floor, with the container bar, the rest is just decorative.

Anonymous
8 months ago

This makes Miami look “third world”.
Living inside a metal can is ridiculous. Especially, in Florida’s hot climate.
Build beautiful modern tall glass structures, and not this junk.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Who said they’re constructing this tower of containers for people to live in?

Anonymous
8 months ago

Lol, do you actually think people are going to live inside?

Alpina
8 months ago

So, that container tower is just a statement? That is the most expensive 7-stool bar. And why is Wynwwod looking so generic??

Sure Jan
8 months ago

Yeah, it blends in with every other shipping container tower in Wynwood…

Anonymous
8 months ago

Art is expensive. This is a high-rise monument.