Revealed: Wynwood Haus Residential Building Proposed With 224 Apartments, Including Micro-Units

TSG Group and Lineaire Group have submitted plans to build a 20-story residential project in Miami’s urban core, to be called Wynwood Haus.

The location in the 1700 block of North Miami Avenue is technically just outside Wynwood, which begins in the 2000 block (others have called the area the Arts & Entertainment District, or the Omni).

Wynwood Haus is proposed as an apartment tower designed by architect Corwil.

Plans call for 224 residential units. There will be 42 micro units (under 400 square feet), with the remainder normal sized.

There will also be 5,204 square feet of ground floor commercial space. A parking garage is also included in the plans, with 222 parking total spaces for the project.

The land is in a tax-advantaged Opportunity Zone.

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is schedule to review the proposal at its February meeting.

 

Previously: 18 To 24 Story Apartment Tower Planned Near Canvas, Groundbreaking In Under A Year

 

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Anonymous

Nice infill.

Anonymous

Build it.. this area needs a lot of these type apartments.

Anonymous

Great design and architecture for the area !!!

Anonymous

Shheesshhh, Arquitectonica might hear you and get mad….

Anonymous

Great design? The entire north podium wall is blank. Pathetic.

Anonymous

sometimes I think the comments are from somebody paid by the developer. great design? really?

Anonymous

It’s only an apartment building so what do you expect?

Every person you ever slept with must’ve been a ten.

Anonymous

Except the time with two fives.

Anonymous

Sorry, fatsos don’t count.

Anonymous

Yeah it’s a nice infill, they just need to fix that entire area from 20th down to 395..some ppl will call it gentrification but to get Wynwood to connect to downtown it needs to happen. Imagine walking from Brightline to Wynwood at night and actually feeling like u in a development city.

Anonymous

I did it and was looking over my shoulder every five steps. Go thing this was during art basel so it had a few people walking around.

Anonymous

I guess that’s the furthest south wynwood goes

Anonymous

Of course a parking garage is included providing a 1:1 ratio. Our City will never reduce it’s dependence on cars if we keep building parking at that level.

Worse with the thousands of new cars the resistance to building protected bike lanes, slower streets and wider sidewalks will be even greater.

Anonymous

Not quite 1:1 as their is 5000 sq ft of commercial space. Great project for this former desolate area.

Anonymous

Former?
It’s still dead.
Unless you seeing ghosts

Anonymous

Of course people like you who complain about the parking spaces in these new apartment buildings have a parking spot in the place where you live.

Anonymous

How are they gonna get to their jobs in Doral and Coral Gables? By biking or Metromover?? Downtown alone DOES NOT have enough white collar jobs to support all this residential development without parking that you so dearly want.

Anonymous

You’re missing the point. It’s not that there should be zero parking it’s that there probably shouldn’t be less than 1 space per unit. some of those working in the gables could take the metro to their jobs! and some may choose not to have a car.

Anonymous

We could use what ever mode of transit we want, we shouldn’t be forced to use the metrorail. Also the metrorail over covers the Merrick Park portion of Coral Gables.

Anonymous

Didn’t know there was a Metro to my job on Ponce and Menores.
Please enlighten me

Anonymous

so they should take metrorail to coral gables and walk 20 blocks from us 1 and douglas rd to their jobs in miracle mile?. that sounds like a great idea

Anonymous

…and some working in the gables want to drive.
…and some may want a parking and car in case they may want to drive somewhere sometime even if they use public transit to go to work.

Anonymous

You do realize Downtown is not only the largest employment center in the county, but also has the highest share of office jobs, or as you like to refer as white collar, right?

Laz

You could not be more wrong.

Anonymous

Downtown Miami as a WHITE COLLAR as I and everyone else calls them job center is not the dominant employement center that other large metro area downtowns are.

ZERO F500 companies HQ’s in downtown Miami. FACT.

Anonymous

White collar is actually a classist phrase that most economists under the age of 50 don’t use anymore. Most F500 companies prefer large campuses that don’t fit in downtowns, with the exception of Amazon in Downtown Seattle. There are more jobs in banking, finance, and insurance (one employment industry) in Downtown (which includes Brickell) than there are working at Ultimate Software in Weston or Burger King HQ in Blue Lagoon. That is an actual fact. Once you add the other high-skilled office jobs (FKA white collar), it is abundantly clear that Downtown Miami (again, includes Brickell), is the dominant employment center of the county.

Anonymous

Lmao look at this woke guy with the muh its a classist term.

Anonymous

the speech police didn’t like my comment

Anonymous

classist phrase for under age 50…..I wanna chop off your man bun and spit on your avacado toast.

Anonymous

I thought Doral had that title, I mean even a few cruise companies moved their headquarters there. It didn’t make sense to me but…

Anonymous

You guys who comment on this site are extremely naive, lazy, and entitled. You guys think opinions are facts, and they’re not. Just because you THINK Doral is the leading job center, doesn’t mean it is. Do any of you even bother to look up data and statistics before running your mouths? I already know the answer to that. That’s why our nation is in its current state: too many uninformed people spewing opinions as facts.

Anonymous

“too many uninformed people spewing opinions as facts”

… and most of them have “SMART PHONES” with internet.

Anonymous

Downtown Miami has roughly the same workforce size as downtown Cincinnati, despite Miami being a metro area 3X larger. Atlanta’s dtwn workforce size blows away Miami’s despite being the same size metro area. Sorry, DTWM Miami just isn’t the jobs mecca you hope it to be.

Anonymous

We’re talking relative to the region, not to the nation. Big difference. The statement of Downtown being the leading employment center OF THE COUNTY, is an indisputable fact.

Anonymous

Why is Doral the darling? Horrible location!
Does anybody know what % of the county work in the Doral area?
It must be huge!
Shame the center of gravity moved from the bay to the footsteps of the Everglades.

Anonymous

8% works in Doral. 25% works in Miami. https://onthemap.ces.census.gov/

Anonymous

I think its a good thing, eventually we’ll reach a critical mass where every street is at a complete standstill at all hours of they day. Only at that point will mass transit be taken seriously.

Anonymous

If the city doesn’t do anything about it’s non-synchronized traffic lights, we’ll probably then start to see every street at a complete standstill.

Anonymous

Good infill and will bring more life to this part of North Miami Ave, its very empty between the school board metromover station to 20th street.

Anonymous

Build bigger

Anonymous

There have been some forty, fifty, and even a few taller buildings planned for this area.. we’ll just have to wait and see.

Anonymous

A project that is right in the target of the new needs and tastes of young professionals. It must be a great success in the area. Great!

Anonymous

Love it.

Anonymous

We need 2 brightline stations at 20th and 27th/29th streets.

Anonymous

this is not wynwood….

Shawn Kouri

Wynwood is getting more apartments with more life coming to the area. Maybe this would be completed by 2023 or 2024.

Anonymous

My guess would be in middle to late 2021.

Shawn Kouri

This looks like A building that can be built with modular pre-fabricated construction.

Anonymous

The density and scale are good, but I don’t like the brick.

Anonymous

i didnt think wynwood went beyond 20th street to the south…

Anonymous

I prefer the name for this building be Cemetery Commons.