Photos: Wynwood 27 & Wynwood 28 Begin Vertical Construction

Wynwood 27 and Wynwood 28 are now rising out of the ground, new photos show

The projects includes an eight-story building and two five-story buildings.

The 8-story building will include ground floor commercial, a parking garage, and three levels of office space, called Wynwood 28.

A second five-story building at Wynwood 28 will include 40 apartments, office, retail, and parking.

Another 5-story building will include 112 apartments, office and retail. It will be known as Wynwood 27.

In total, the buildings will include:

  • 152 apartments
  • 46,000 square feet of office space
  • 33,500 square feet of retail
  • 232 parking spaces

Kushner Companies and Block Capital Group are the developers..

Beauchamp is the contractor for both projects.

 

(photos: Aaron DeMayo)

Wynwood 28:

Wynwood 27:

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Anonymous
6 months ago

Wynwood is about to look real different.. for the better.

Anonymous
6 months ago

I hope so but i am afraid that wynwood will loose the artsy and bohemian spirit and will transform to another boring neighborhood.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Related condos and Metromover will do that. Go west young man. Allapattah is the next frontier.

Azarius
6 months ago

It will sadly

Anonymous
6 months ago

“Wynwood is about to look real different.. for the better”

If I owned a lot or an old warehouse or some little old one/two story building in Wynwood, I would sell and take the money and live comfortably somewhere else and watch the area evolve.

Anonymous
6 months ago

More reason to extend Metromover to Wynwood. It’s a no brainer

Anonymous
6 months ago

Miamians love to move around with their cars. There is no urban mentality for the moment. Will take time and lot of efforts to change this suburban mentality.

Anonymous
6 months ago

I disagree. Once wynwood continues its development the traffic will be horrendous. I live in brickell and if i could take the metro mover to wynwood i’d do that to avoid the traffic or waiting to get an uber

Anonymous
6 months ago

Completely disagree. Miamians aren’t buying nor living in Wynwood….

Anonymous
6 months ago

“Miamians aren’t buying nor living in Wynwood….”

Pfffhhh!!!.. I guess these residential buildings they’re constructing right now in Wynwood are just being built for people like you to look at?

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s a five-minute walk from Midtown, a no brainer for a Coastal Link stop for greater capacity, better guarantee of being built, and won’t ruin streets everybody wants to see utility poles undergrounded along with flyovers.

Azarius
6 months ago

Wow this area will be completely different I’m a year! Love the fast progress of the projects can’t wait for more to fill in and complete the Wynwood vision

Casey
6 months ago

what’s the latest with the woofern? the green streets?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Crickets

Anonymous
6 months ago

I love density in Wynwood so you can actually walk around without using your car.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Metro Mover?

Anonymous
6 months ago

That parking garage might not age well…

Anonymous
6 months ago

Anybody knows what that concrete building the last photo is, I noticed the built it quickly.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Sin Dudas se convertirá en El Barrio TOP del Mundo,Arte,Moda,la mejor Gastronomía,

Anonymous
6 months ago

Sprenken ze english?

Anonymous
6 months ago

In the middle of the hood lol

Anonymous
6 months ago

Said someone who’s never been to the hood.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Another couple hundred cars in wynwood.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Yeah.. businesses there will love it!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Now, let’s see some 15 to 25 story buildings for the area.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Awwww… some poor people are afraid of any building that’s over five stories tall…

Poor babies….

Anonymous
6 months ago

Wynwood’s mostly zoned for 5-8 floors, 12 in some places. More than that would change the neighborhood far too much, unnecessarily. There’s plenty of taller zoning in Edgewater, Midtown, A&E/Omni, Park West, CBD, Brickell, even parts of Southwest Overtown.