Plans Formally Submitted For Miami’s ‘Most Technologically Advanced Office Campus’ In Wynwood

Developers have submitted plans to build what they have said will be the most high-tech office campus in Miami.

The campus will be built in Wynwood, with two 8-story buildings.

The project will include:

  • 139,254 square feet of leasable Class A office space in the South Building
  • 106,414 square feet of leasable Class A office space in the North Building
  • 370 parking spaces in an enclosed garage in the South Building
  • 265 parking spaces in an enclosed garage in the North Building

Both buildings will have an underground basement parking level, ground floor retail, and a rooftop terrace.

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

Arquitectonica is the architect.

The Wynwood Design Review Committee is scheduled to consider the proposal at a meeting on February 9.

 

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Anonymous
3 months ago

And yet I can hop on a train from Brickell to go to nowhere in Hialeah, yet I would need to sit in traffic to get to Wynwood.

Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

Get off at school board station and then walk to 20th street. That distance is a common walking distance to train stations in the major cities y’all always brag about

Anonymous
3 months ago

This has to be almost a two mile walk… That’s nowhere near common walking distance. And you forget real big cities have an active street level which makes walking distance seem shorter/faster.

Anonymous
3 months ago

1.5 miles, but yes, I agree.

Anonymous
3 months ago

An “active street level,” potential of which would be ruined if your beloved Metromover is extended along any street. What would the point be burying the utility poles, too?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Notice he doesn’t say where he’s going in Wynwood.

Anonymous
3 months ago

I’ve lived in major cities. The majority will not walk 40.6 city blocks (2 miles, major city average), for work, twice a day, on a regular basis. Hence, profitable business for taxi cabs over the last century.

Anonymous
3 months ago

That’s at least 1.5 miles, the equivalent of 30 uptown blocks in Manhattan. Generally, up to a mile is reasonable, but this is outside of that range. That said, once the Metromover goes up N. Miami, it will be a reasonable walk.

Anonymous
3 months ago

The Okeechobee Station is ripe for development however, Doral keeps on trucking, literally…

Anonymous
3 months ago

Nobody wants to live in doralzuela

Anonymous
3 months ago

Right.
Nobody want to live in Doral, it’s too crowded.

Anonymous
3 months ago

There is big money entering Doral and very hot chicas too

Ciparoo
3 months ago

Definitely needs metromover or metrorail expansion to wynwood then miami design district. Will it happen? If it does, how long will it take?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Theres literally an article on this website about that being the plan

Anonymous
3 months ago

You mean a study to tell us there’s already a railroad that can accommodate Tri-Rail and/or Brightline stops for a fraction of the price and without ruining streets like Metromover has Downtown and in Brickell.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Man I’m tired of you whining about a few measly streets we see in downtown and Brickell that the Metromover goes over.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Conclusions: If you counted on the gov’t to handle your transportation needs in 1980 you were a fool. If you are counting on the government to handle your transportation needs in 2022 you are a fool.

Anonymous
3 months ago

So let’s all just get cars then. I bet that will definitely make our lives better!!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Carter and Biden, dumb and dumber.

Not Anonymous
3 months ago

It isn’t the POTUS’s job, it is the county’s job (and fault)

Anonymous
3 months ago

Take Metrorail from Brickell to Santa Clara Station. Wynwood is like ~1.5 miles away. It’s a pretty quick uber or bike for the last mile.

Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

Anti-walkers don’t want to hear that

Anonymous
3 months ago

If you need to hop in an Uber than why not just take one door to door… or if you except people to bike there need to be more places to lock up. I live in south beach which probably has the most bikes in Miami and there aren’t even enough there

Anonymous
3 months ago

Forget it.. he’s in a party that has people wearing horns on their heads.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Why ? A free trolley comes every 20 seconds or so during the day

Anonymous
3 months ago

Wynwood isn’t as far as Hialeah

Anonymous
3 months ago

Can’t stop won’t stop

DJL Cyber
3 months ago

Simple, yet a very sophisticated design. I like it.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Two boxes with irregular windows… more like another pile of dung from Arquitectonica that broke in two pieces in the toilet.

Not Anonymous
3 months ago

no, not really

Anonymous
3 months ago

Super surprised this wasn’t Moshe Mana who submitted plans!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Mana Mañana

Anonymous
3 months ago

This is how develop should be in wynwood! The need for parking in Miami is a necessity but if new project continue with parking podiums the street levels l experience is going to be horrible. The streets are too narrow to have parking garage canyons.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Stop whining…

Anonymous
3 months ago

No parking pedestal to conceal with a sad excuse of a “mural,” but they still managed to make the buildings look like shit.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Under ground parking is a cell for me

Anonymous
3 months ago

There is a lot of development money going into greater Miami right now. I don’t think there’s any other city in the US at this moment that is receiving this much investment in development

Grandepito
3 months ago

I agree. But still need more companies to move or created here.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Arquitectonica is the architect. Shocker. Can developers please start using other architects for variety!

Anonymous
3 months ago

They know the zoning and building code very well. They can put forth good design, but you have to remember their largest client likes to copy-paste all of their development proformas from project to project. That gives you a copy/paste building style.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Makes sense that but their designs are getting boring. Like they’re running out of creative ideas.

Anonymous
3 months ago

“running out of creative ideas?”

Lol, that happened a long time ago.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Miami 21 strips a lot of creativity out of building design.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Miami21 allows waivers from everything to make a building look decent.

Not Anonymous
3 months ago

They are also local

Anonymous
3 months ago

If an architect is chosen because they know the zoning and building code very well, maybe there’s something wrong with those codes, huh? Like, how is Miami21 promoting New Urbanism when everything built under it looks more anti-human scale than previously buildings from the last boom?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Arquitectonica is the architect. TNM copy and pastes this on every second new project and I always dread to read until the end because I know it’s coming…

Anonymous
3 months ago

Anyone who understands development and/or architecture are not surprised when Arquitectonica wins awards over other architectural firms.
The great news is that there is nothing preventing you from buying land, hiring any architect that you want, hiring any contractor that you want and building a building.

The race does not always go to the fastest, strongest horse….but you should bet that way.

Anonymous
3 months ago

That’s like saying if I don’t like a burger, I should open my own fast food joint. Your analogy makes zero sense.

Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

Business booming for the kava bar

Anonymous
3 months ago

wynwood keeps expanding west

Anonymous
3 months ago

Expanding west? This is within the neighborhood…

Anonymous
3 months ago

What is even high tech about this???

Anonymous
3 months ago

The iconic dark color tones. LOL.

Anonymous
3 months ago

GAME CHANGER!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Design looks pretty underwhelming but… OK.

Anonymous
3 months ago

I like it. Hidden parking garage and not residential!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Attracting tech brings nothing but nerds and predators to the city, makes no sense

Anonymous
3 months ago

That’s like saying “attracting strip joints brings nothing but rapist to the city, makes no sense.”

Anonymous
3 months ago

well, that plus higher rents that push out locals cause these tech bros don’t mind getting that bad value on sky high rent

Anonymous
3 months ago

bringing concrete canyons to wynwood, with too narrow street setbacks, and gradually destroying the neighborhood feel. makes no sense. land owners have reaped big windfalls from Miami 21up zoning, and predictably developers are destroying the look and feel of the neighborhood with entitlement maximizing edifices, while the true problem child of the downtown is mired in a mid-century twilight zone, becoming obsolete in every conceivable way at an accelerated rate, and largely in the hands of an unimaginative land banker.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Gee, I wonder how Indians felt when they were told their teepees were no longer allowed in Wynwood?

Anonymous
3 months ago

All Arquitectonica’s ugly towers, a box sold on saxophonists in bikinis and jetbacks, and beautiful prewar homes destroyed in their paths, yet Edgewater’s skyline looks like crap.

Not Anonymous
3 months ago

what is with you and Arquitectonica?