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Renderings Of Puerto Rican Chamber Of Commerce Proposed In Wynwood, With Fins For Shading

Berenblum Busch Architects has released new renderings of the Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce planned for Wynwood.

According to the architect, the building will feature continuous fins on all facades for shading. Shifting volumes will mark the upper levels.

At the base of the building, the architect is planning a design that includes murals, along with a red paint scheme.

Artist studios, a café, community spaces, offices and parking are all planned as part of the development, the architect’s website states.

Moishe Mana is developing the 43,466 square foot building at 2900 NW 5th Ave, at a cost of $8.4 million. It will be used as a county district office and Puerto Rican Community Center, and is being built as part of a land swap deal between Mana and Miami Dade County.