Revealed: PMG Submits Plans For Society Wynwood With 326 Apartments & Rooftop Bar

PMG has submitted plans to build Society Wynwood.

Society Wynwood is proposed to include:

  • 326 residential units
  • 41,258 square feet of retail/commercial space
  • 211 parking spaces
  • A 3,980 square foot lounge underground in the basement level
  • An interior courtyard open to the sky
  • Rooftop bar and restaurant
  • Rooftop pool and spa deck, yoga/outdoor theater, BBQ area

PMG will make a contribution to the Wynwood Public Benefit Trust Fund in order to be able to build 192 fewer parking spaces than required as a minimum by zoning code. The cost is a donation of $12,000 per space.

In addition, parking is reduced by 30% due to its location in proximity to transit.

Artists will be selected at the completion of the project to paint the majority of the external walls visible to the public.

MKDA is the architect.

The project is set for review by the Wynwood Design Review Committee on December 8.

 

Previously: PMG Buys Wynwood Land, Will Build 220 Co-Living Apartments With Hotel, Rooftop Bar & Ground Floor Retail

 

 

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Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Wynwood Will for sure come to life as not just an art district, but a full live work and play experience. Basically the next Harlem. If construction begins in 2021 it would be completed in 2023.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly Shawn! Can’t understand why some people are so negative about any kind of development in Wynwood.

Azarius
1 month ago

For the development just not for pushing out the components that made the area hott

NYC Loves Miami
1 month ago

I hope Wynwood won’t be the next Harlem. Wynwood has the potential to be a lot better. Harlem is over rated, especially the east side. I’d pick some parts of The Bronx over Harlem any day of the week. People from out of state just don’t know any better.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I agree. Overtown just south of Wynwood/20th St may have a renaissance. Wynwood is its own thing.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I don’t think it’s the new Harlem, more like the new Williamsburg

Where the F is Carmen San Diego?
1 month ago

No way, you’re all wrong. It’s more like the 3rd island west of Borneo.

Anonymous
1 month ago

say goodbye to all the bars and nightclubs folks

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why can’t bars and nightclubs exist in Wynwood?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Because residents moving to the nuisance will complain and drive them out. Did you not see city commission try to update the noise ordinance from 11pm to 8pm just a few weeks ago? From Magic City to Geriatric City.

Anonymous
1 month ago

B.S.
Restaurants, Nightlife, clubs and residents do co-exist.

see.. Miami Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Downtown West Palm Beach, and infinite other examples.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The issue is the quality of the residences made. I had a friend move into the black apartment in Wynwood on 25th street and they said they could hear their neighbor talking clearly. Imagine the outside noise. If the buildings are made better you shouldn’t hear noise and it shouldn’t be an issue.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That was due to commissioner Carollo’s personal vendetta against the owner of Ball & Chain on Calle Ocho who supported an opponent of Carollo in the last election. Over 300 residents of Little Havana, Shenndoah, Silver Bluff and The Roads went to speak during the city commission hearing.

Unfortunately, the city decided to silence the people and did not listen to the over 8 hours of objections to the ordinance. As a resident of the area, I feel horrible that the other commissioners wrote in exceptions for their districts (I.e Wynwood, Brickell, Downtown & Coconut Grove) but let Little Havana languish at the hands of Carollo, instead of stopping the whole charade. Callo Ocho was slowly starting to get its spark back with the Ball & Chain, which is a historic part of the city since it opened in the 1930s. Don’t think that all residents object to what makes their neighborhood unique. I only wish Callo Ocho and Little Havana would be receiving the amount of attention that Wynwood is getting.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s easier to go to Cuba. This way you can enjoy a real Calle Ocho.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not the point. I would rather stay and enjoy a Miami establishment that has been around since the 1930s.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You’re talking about noise from an outdoor club. If I paid $8 million for a plot of land in Wynwood then yes, I want to see these kind of establishments change to indoor partying because the whole area is going through a transformation.

Don’t be so selfish because you wanna hear music so loud to where people living in surrounding buildings can’t sleep at night.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Again, don’t move to the nuisance. That’s what’s really selfish. Coming to an established commercial area and driving out the small businesses that made you want to live there.

Anonymous
1 month ago

People don’t move to Wynwood for Peace and Quiet.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I remember when Wynwood was nothing but warehouses, clothes and shoe manufacturing, and furniture upholstery shops. And then it changed. Now the place is going through changes again and you say “don’t move to the nuisance.”

So it changed to a place of “nuisance” and people like you don’t want the area to go through changes again and the “nuisance” to go away or stop?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Google coming to the nuisance, dude. It’s a legal term.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I don’t care what term Google says “nuisance” is, just answer the question.. you expect or don’t want the area to go through change again?

Azarius
1 month ago

Not change that makes the place no longer what it was before new residences

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Coming to the nuisance” is a legal term established by the SCOTUS that says people who move towards land uses that may usually be considered nuisances (i.e. agriculture (smells, noises), airports (noises), urban cores (loud and vibrant)) do not entitle the new residents to removing the established land uses that were already there. Basically, get out or shut up because you moved to an area knowing it was loud, smelly, etc.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Um, people who move into these areas don’t have the power to change anything in it, only the developers have that kind of power. Developers are the ones who’re transforming Wynwood. Developers are the ones who’re building these new apartment buildings. Developers are the ones who’re changing the “land uses” in Wynwood. If I paid millions of dollars for a piece of land in Wynwood, then yes, I’m going to have some say. And if I and other developers like me are transforming Wynwood with new apartment buildings, then yeah, we expect people to move into them, so your argument should be with us, the developers.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Same applies to the US!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Move out of Miami already NIMBY. We don’t care for you here.

Azarius
1 month ago

Don’t move to a Party area expecting quote night life!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

… and don’t euthanize that pit bull because dogs bite!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lets see… now this wasn’t a “nuisance” area before, but the loud music from these clubs were allowed to move in and turn it into such. Now, we have people who come on this site and say, since it turned into a nuisance area, anyone who can’t stand it are just being selfish and the people who moved in and turned it into an area of nuisance are just reasonable businessmen and no transformation of this area should be allowed again.

Someone said, “Basically, get out or shut up because you moved to an area knowing it was loud, smelly, etc.” So, they’re saying, this is the way this place has always been so don’t try to change it. Really?

I wonder if this person know MIAMI is a so-called “American Indian” name because they were the people here first? I wonder if this person know that “Little Havana” previously was called something else?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bro, you can’t decide to settle in an area where other land owners and businesses were earning money and then tell them their money-earning land uses have to cut back their hours or leave. That’s a taking, my dude. Since you have no idea about property and land use laws, “taking” is another legal term. The whole point of this argument is that developers can build residential, but the folks DECIDING to move in shouldn’t get to ruin the atmosphere (aka businesses) just because they want “peace and quiet.” You want peace and quiet? Move to the suburbs. Also, since the Tequesta are all extinct, spare me your bs rebuttals; we are all on stolen land, even you, dude.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Keep thinking you and others like you know it all and slowly watch Wynwood again change.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The only reason it’ll happen is because of politics and the total disregard for property rights. Miami is corrupt. Look at the Ball & Chain debacle. If Miami were ethical, they’d listen to the pleas of business owners who predate residents. Miami wants to be a major city but kills any sense of vibrancy that all other cities have and deal with. Go to Philly, DC, Chicago, Boston, NYC, SF, Seattle, etc. and tell me how many entertainment and arts districts have strict noise ordinances because of some temperamental people moved into a known, loud area. To demand change of the largest tourist spot in the city is equally as dumb as moving into a house right next to the airport and demanding they change their runways for YOUR peace and quiet. You aren’t entitled peace and quiet when you move into a loud area, because you take that risk when you move into an area with a history of commerce and noise.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Next you’ll want the city’s goverment to restrict all new apartment development in Wynwood because the residents living in them may wanna sleep instead of being kept up all night due to loud music coming from some outdoor club.

POLO
1 month ago

Because these people moving in will start complaining about traffic, noise, loud music, etc.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Some people can be living right next to a park and complain about not enough parks in the city… so what’s your point?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Forget it.. we already know the NOISE ORDNANCE in Miami is a joke.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good Lord. Beautiful!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Unlimited wynwood winning!!!

Anonymous G
1 month ago

PMG keeps on bringing nice products to Miami! Love what they are doing. Hope they continue developing here in Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great project!
Pmg and ryan shear strike again
Keep them coming!

Azarius
1 month ago

See they had to pay to reduce Parking because it’s required by zoning!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great 3d renderings by 3dus.us 🙂

Anonymous
1 month ago

This building will even have balconies!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great project which respect the art character of the neighborhood. Wynwood developers orientation must be the art. So will attract residents who knows where to go to live.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So refreshing to see an interesting design. Kudos developers and architects, it’s going to look great!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Really boring looking design……

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is a great project, while respecting the vibe and the architecture of the neighborhood (art, landscape, simple lines, color, and textures) it provides interesting architectural features such as the central space connecting 3 streets and offering many activities at the ground level. The commercial level will maintain vibrant activities, the residential and office level will provide more economical development to the entire area. A win-win project for me…

Tony Stark
1 month ago

I know the guys who did the renderings, 3DUS top notch

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why are they working on this and not Waldorf

Anonymous
1 month ago

Looks so cool!!! Can’t wait to see it completed!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nice projects around but wynwood has a major problem. There is no park around for people to go for running or exercise. Williamsburg for example has a few. The neighborhood need massive rezone with pedestrians streets and central plaza around wynwood walls otherwise will fail.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“parking is reduced by 30% due to its location in proximity to transit”!!
Near What transit? Going Where? Is this a joke?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I wish they did not touch the NW 2nd ave and only developed the peripheral roads.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwood is becoming the NOMA (neighborhood in Washington DC) of Miami: pretty architecture growing but loosing its soul

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is soooo true, but tbh, I wouldn’t walk thru NoMa still even with all the new buildings. At least Wynwood was activated before the development.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwood is going to be special in 5 years. Watch.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwood was special 5 years ago…
Headed wrong direction ever since
No magic left in neighborhood

Anonymous
1 month ago

Magic? When will people understand that life is not static? People and places evolve and if you haven’t noticed the neighborhood is becoming a safer more desirable place. When you don’t have investment nor interest in an area the community begins to decline as crime increases and families move in search of opportunity and a safer place to live.

Anonymous
1 month ago

By ‘magic’, they mean it’s being commercialized and I agree. Also, Wynwood isn’t “evolving”, it’s being gentrified, let’s make that clear. Before the big retail and residentials came in, it had a hipster vibe and was an enjoyable place for locals. Now it looks like every major city’s “urban” district and has become an obnoxious tourist trap.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Who was there before the Hipsters? Do you include the Puerto Rican garment industry workers that dominated the area as hipsters? Or maybe the very first pioneers that moved from up north and cleared the land? Unless hipsters where the original founders of Wynwood, they are just one group that made the area their home.

Those hipster establishments came to the area as they found very cheap rents due to the semi-abandoned and crime ridden nature of the neighborhood some 20 years ago. As the area lives up to it’s potential, it is naturally going to draw in more people and investment.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What is the solution? Mandate that no development occur? Let me ask you this, are you the same person you were 15 years ago? Just like we do, neighborhoods evolve and change over time. Would it be right for me to say that after Wynwood lost most of its original residents in the 1940s/50s to urban flight it some how lost its “original” soul? I’d argue that it grew and took on a new dimension with the new Puerto Rican immigrants that made Wynwood their home.

Change is difficult, but I’d rather have my neighborhood grow and welcome more people than have to deal with a deteriorating community that is forced to look elsewhere for opportunity and a safer place to live.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The NoMa comparisons are just the similarities in architecture, not necessarily about the “soul” of the area. It’s just very generic architecture.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Architecture is subjective especially when looked through the lens of time. For example, I find brutalist architecture abhorrent but it was popular at one point. In my opinion, the new proposals for Wynwood are a nice departure from Miami’s more usual white stucco boxes lined with balconies.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s because Wynwood’s zoning kinda forces developers to using different colored facades, or painting murals, etc. You really *can’t* build a plain white stucco apartment in Wynwood. I’m not saying the architecture is killing the area at all, I’m just saying it’s generic to every major city with recent development.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Solid proposal, considering PMG has been sort of disappointing since X Miami turned out be a box.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Artists will be selected at the completion of the project to paint the majority of the external walls visible to the public.” ——- Artists from where ????? This has been my prediction from day 1. Redevelop and then smear an homage to the area with a lick of ‘art’.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Local street artists are selected to paint the murals, either an individual artist or a team of artists.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There goes the neighborhood

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah, to something much better.

Jungle Island Tweety
1 month ago

Miami Winning!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sorry tweety, this is the kind of winning some people don’t want.

Anonymous
1 month ago

See, you don’t need that much parking!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nobody said a project doesn’t “need that much parking.” Some people hear about a new development on this site and want NO parking at all.