Shepherd Eco Hotel & Residental Planned In Wynwood With Tree House & Floating Glass Spa, Designed By Touzet Studio

An investment group has announced plans to build a hotel & residential building in Wynwood.

Lucky Shepherd plans to build the Shepherd Eco at 60 N.E. 27th St. The company is in contract to purchase the property with an expected closing date in 2Q 2020, according to the SFBJ.

Shepherd Eco is proposed to include 150 hotel rooms and 48 residential units.

The rooftop will include a hydroponic farm that uses rainwater collected and stored at the site. There will also be a rooftop bar and pool.

A residential amenity deck will include a tree house and an “iconic” floating glass spa.

Farm to table dining will be offered at the ground level.

Completion is expected in late 2022.

Touzet Studio is the architect, with interiors by Gensler.

 

 

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Anonymous

Wynwood explosion, they want that art basel money

Anonymous

Art Basel? Isn’t that less than one week out of the year?

Anonymous

Wynwood was gross during Basel. It’s better the other 51 weeks of the year

Anonymous

If the developers are reading this: This needs more bicycle parking. Other than that looks good. Props on seeking parking reductions.

Anonymous

Sure, they’re reading it, and LTAO that some clown who can’t afford a car thinks a developer will listen to their wants.

Anonymous

Lol. So true.

Anonymous

This is a great looking project, and even more incredible due to the Eco features which appear to be more than a greenwash, but actually implementing the twenty-first-century design standards. Also, this project continues to update the public realm on 27th street, enhancing and solidifying the 27th street connection between Edgewater and Wynwood.

Anonymous

How does it appear to be anything more than greenwash?
They checked the farm-to-table, rainwater collection, and hrydroponic boxes.They should have announced their their waiters and waitresses would be mandated to get equal pay and they would have bat for the greenwash cycle.

Anonymous

So free money just because they’re women with the waiter outperforms them.

Anonymous

Any way to add to the farm-to-table experience? How about letting some chickens roam around the amenity deck so the residents can enjoy fresh eggs and make fresh good chicken soup when the hens don’t lay anymore eggs?

Anonymous

I like the scale of these new Wynwood developments but hope they don’t replace all the low rise funkiness.

Anonymous

The good ones maybe, not nondescript low-rises that are only “funky” because murals.

Azarius

Perfect building for bringing midtown and wynwood together great design unlike Related

Anonymous

Good concept, good scale, good design.
Wouldn’t mind having a building in this area without a street mural. Starting to be a cliche.

Anonymous

What’s with the water towers???

Anonymous

It keeps with the theme of the neighborhood

Anonymous

Where are the water towers anywhere in Miami… I say keep the industrial vibe minus those those towers unless it’s actually serves a purpose and is storing collected rainwater

Anonymous

Exactly.

Anonymous

Shore Power requires water towers.

Anonymous

Maybe they are storing greywater in there, keeping with the eco theme?

Anonymous

“Theme of the neighborhood” ? I didn’t know Wynwood was Brooklyn circa 1932.

Anonymous

“ arts district “ lmao

Anonymous

Not far from the Touzet Studio itself. How convenient…

Anonymous

take notes artequtshit

Anonymous

Does this mean RIP Art By God?

Anonymous

I hope they move locations again. Great store!

Anonymous

Art by god was in bayside market place idk if they still have a store there

Anonymous

Glazed facade with little to no solar response…sustainable? Not likely.

Anonymous

Parking?

Dokter

That wouldn’t be very eco.

Anonymous

That’s right you people that wanna stay in the hotel rooms and you people who rent units in this building, drive around and find your own parking.