Plans Revealed For The Wynhouse With 308 Residential Units

A New York developer has submitted plans for a residential project in Wynwood.

The Wynhouse (also named FB Wynwood in the application documents) is proposed to rise 8 stories and include:

  • 308 residential units
  • 24,114 square feet of ground floor commercial space, along with 8,250 square feet of public paseo space
  • 107 valet-operated parking spaces on one level

The developer plans to use the Wynwood Transfer of Development Density Program to acquire rights for 99 of the units. They will also pay into the Wynwood Parking Trust Fund to reduce the required parking count by 185 spaces.

The property was formerly owned by the Miami Rescue Mission and abuts an FPL substation and energy storage facility. The new development is proposed to include solar panels for electricity generation.

NBWW is the architect, with interior design by Rockwell.

An affiliate of Fisher Brothers is the developer.

The project was scheduled for review by the Wynwood Design Review Committee yesterday.

 

 

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Truth Matters
1 month ago

Looks like a government office building in the Washington DC area

Anonymous
1 month ago

I was getting self storage vibes

lop
1 month ago

wait. isn’t it?

BikeLad
1 month ago

Not everything needs to be an art piece

David Hasselhoff
1 month ago

That last photo. Yikes. I can’t imagine anyone wanting to look out and see that utility yard.

Urbanist
1 month ago

Latitude on the River has entered the chat

IHateBrokerBabble
1 month ago

those are the ‘affordable housing’ units

BDub
1 month ago

Yes, please bring more development to southern part of Wynwood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great parking ratio!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Said someone who doesn’t have to worry about getting an apartment there to park his vehicle.

Southwest Til' I die!
1 month ago

All housing is good housing, but it does give off the sanitized vibe of an old school medical office building.

Shark Week Devour All Day Breakfast
1 month ago

Guys, you know what this is: absolutely iconic.

Latin Arch Lover
1 month ago

just plain boring. I want to hate it, but it is so generic I can’t even muster up the anger to hate it. this is the type of building that gets built and no one even notices that it here.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well, it does look better than those third world looking low rise buildings behind it in the second picture.

Latin Arch Lover
1 month ago

you mean the warehouses, that actually are the types of buildings responsible for Wynwood in the first place?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Are you talking about the warehouse businesses that were there from a long ago time in Miami?

If the Orange Bowl had to go, then I won’t cry if any of those warehouses get mowed down and replaced by a new building that looks like it belong here in the USA and not in someplace like Honduras or El Salvador.

Fresh slums
1 month ago

The USA is full of millions of rundown shacks and tin-can houses on blocks and still it’s not enough because the cities are packed with desperate homeless people. So, actually, a single-story warehouse is uh, pretty normal for the red white n blue.

The building is ugly and boring like everything else in Wynwood. The name is lazy and sad like every other dumb new blob they build in this city. And they’re slapping lipstick on the pig by putting more crappy murals on blank concrete panels. Wynwood is a mess, low-quality stucco trash flying up on every corner. It’s a new-construction favela.

anon
1 month ago

Nice project for some more housing for Wynwood

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Good infill

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is splashing pictures on buildings always necessary in this town?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Clients like Cheap. Paint is cheaper than Real Materials.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Pretty much.

Joe
1 month ago

Yes, it’s literally required in the Wynwood zoning to include public art

Anonymous
1 month ago

A commercial building means that building is there for accommodating a business, it’s not there to present someone’s idea of their picture painting handiwork on the outside walls of it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I can appreciate the Full Height Glass.

Fern
1 month ago

Boring, banal, and basic. Nothing bad and that makes it great. Terribly unimaginative name, tho

Anonymous
1 month ago

Always wanted to live next to an FPL substation, zaaaaaap.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Kind of not attractive building!

Casey
1 month ago

😴

Anonymous
1 month ago

It looks like a North Miami Beach Low-Income rental building from the early 1970s.

Fresh slums
1 month ago

Those at least have balconies.

Francois Moreaux
1 month ago

the utility yard looks like my messy pubes. disgusting. im ashamed that we are building something so hideous in our backyard.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Solid infill. Hopefully the “Wynwood Design Review Committee,” just like the ass-backward UDRB, didn’t ask for cheap-looking irregular windows and balconies, and/or a giant mural of a dead rapper.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Haha.. someone who wouldn’t mind a statue of a treasonous confederate general on a horse outside of this place.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Too much massing. Break it up into three apartment buildings and build them at least fifteen stories tall.