Related Gets Utilities For Another Wynwood Project With 304 Apartments, Construction Permit Pending

Developer Related Group has obtained water and sewer utilities for yet another major project in Wynwood, adding to the thousands of apartments already planned in the area. A construction permit is now pending.

The project is currently known as PRH N. Miami, or Wynwood Diamedix.

The proposal was first submitted to Miami planners in late 2020. The developer then applied for a construction permit in October 2021, city records show.

Last week, Related and Miami-Dade finalized a deal to bring water and sewer utilities to the new development.

According to the newly completed utilities deal, PRH N Miami will include:

  • 304 apartments
  • 18,422 square feet of retail
  • 55,961 square feet of office

There will also be a 7-story garage with 527 parking spaces, the plans filed in late 2020 showed.

The project includes two 12-story buildings across the street from each other on east and west parcels.

The pending construction permits were filed separately for each of the buildings, on both sides of the street.

CFE is the architect.

 


 

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Anonymous
7 months ago

Wynwood on fire and the Miami-Dade County still dragging its feet on the Metromover extension!!

Melo is sigma and Chad
7 months ago

It just needs to turn on North Miami Ave and go north to midtown.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Turn left on 29th St.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Turn right on 29th street.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Yes, let’s destroy any hope of Miami Avenue being a complete street to connect the A&E District to Wynwood, and build another border vacuum separating them from Overtown.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Wynwood will eventually have modern NYC village vibes with all the mid-rise buildings. They desperately need parks though. Brickell is overrun with dog sh*t given the lack of park space relative to the per capita amount of dogs. Major issue no one talks about.

piltrafa
7 months ago

zero green space in wynwood

Anonymous
7 months ago

Relative to NYC, there are parks in the area, but are underutilized (i.e., Biscayne and Dorsey Parks).

Anonymous
7 months ago

Look, we’re only concerned about those developers who buy, design, and build structures for humans, not dogs.

– City of Miami Commission

Anonymous
7 months ago

And it’s getting worse as more people move in. Walking by brickell bay and there’s dog shit and piss absolutely everywhere and tons of lazy dumb trash people don’t pick up after their dogs.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Its not lack of space for the dogs. Its their shitty owners who dont clean up after their dog and leave poop on the sidewalk like someone from the city just magically shows up and cleans

Anonymous
7 months ago

It’s about which one these residents love the most, the city, or their dogs. The dogs won.

Ciparoo
7 months ago

As others have said, it’s not the park space (altho would love more park space in brickell), it’s the idiots who don’t pick up after their dogs.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I like the development in Wynwood but for the love of god can some real artists paint over the crap that most of these developers are putting on the buildings? I mean the graffiti on the rundown warehouses in the area are about x100 times better than any of the art on these renderings.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Shit looks like somebody slapped wall paper on the outside of one of these buildings.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Both are garbage. Murals are just a facade to cover up design flaws on new buildings, and one old building to cover up a crappy neighborhood.

Anonymous
7 months ago

the amount of money Related is investing in Miami is amazing

Anonymous
7 months ago

The amount of parking Related is building in Miami is a traffic nightmare.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Which came first.. the parking or the cars?

Anonymous
7 months ago

They need to fix the sidewalks in Wynwood if they want more density and people to actually walk around.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Yes, let’s bury the utility poles, add nice street lighting and furniture, pavers, and trees, and then tickle the Metromoversexuals by taking it all out to run the tracks right over it!

Anonymous
7 months ago

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Melo is sigma and Chad
7 months ago

More highrises for wynwood, keep bringing them but this intersection does need a traffic light. Oasis is generating alot of traffic both foot and vehicle and 24th st with its many clubs spills into North Miami Ave.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Its a midrise…

Shawn Kouri
7 months ago

More office space in Wynwood.

Anonymous G
7 months ago

Looks good to me! Hopefully ground breaking later this year

Anonymous
7 months ago

Great location, this will become the new neighborhood to fuel downtowns growth, many people living here

Anonymous
7 months ago

Less, not more cars. Not a difficult concept. Wish them well.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I like the same ol’boring place, not change. Not a difficult concept. Wish them well.

lol…

Anonymous
7 months ago

Another dirt parking lot bites the dust!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Good.. now fill a coupla them with casinos.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Line up the bloody balconies! It makes the whole development look cheap…

Anonymous
7 months ago

Another one

-DJ Khalid

Anonymous
7 months ago

Li li listennnnn