Spotify To Open A Headquarters Office At The Oasis In Wynwood, Which Will Open Later tHis Year

The developers of The Oasis in Wynwood have announced that Spotify will anchor the project with a new headquarters office.

The Oasis is under construction. It is scheduled for completion in late 2020, developers announced last week.

The project will include an outdoor food hall featuring multiple food and beverage concepts around a 35,000 square foot heavily landscaped courtyard. There will also be a stage with nightly live music, and a bar. A 75-foot tower will feature rotating art installations.

The Oasis will also have 17,000 square feet of retail.

Spotify will occupy 20,000 square feet of space, where up to 100 employees will work. The company is moving from a much smaller office in Brickell, and an incentives deal last year with Miami-Dade stated the new office will become the Latin America HQ for the company.

“We are thrilled that Spotify is leasing space at the Oasis and are very happy to have played a role in making the vision of Wynwood as a best in class tech-hub become a reality,” said Erik Rutter co-founder of Carpe Real Estate Partners, the developer of the project.

“Wynwood is still in its infancy, and we are very excited to continue to watch the submarket mature. We feel that building a creative campus that attracts the likes of Spotify is the exact type of innovation that Wynwood needs to reach its full potential,” said David Weitz, co-founder of Carpe Real Estate Partners.

Brian Gale and Andrew Trench of Cushman Wakefield represented Carpe Real Estate Partners in the lease. JLL represented Spotify.

 

Previously: Spotify Is Likely Planning A Latin America Headquarters In Wynwood, With High Paying Jobs

 

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Anonymous

Expand the mover to Wynwood.

Anonymous

They’ll do it after a ten year study of the plan.

Anonymous

And FAA approvals

Anonymous

they will do a 5 year study to see if a study is needed….but seriously we will lose companies to cities more able to offer transportation options….its that simple….miami has zero leaders

Anonymous

Carlos Gimenez here. I’m a great leader. Vote for me and I will make sure we get all the money we need from Congress to build more highwa… I mean, “transportation infrastructure.”

Anonymous

Isn’t it sad that this article is written about the new Latin American Headquarters of a company opening and someone comments,”but seriously we will lose companies to cities more able to offer transportation options….its that simple”.

A Company expands out of WeWork (next to the NetroMover) and into a 20k space FAR away from the MetroMover.

Maybe…just maybe.. your professors have led you astray. Maybe, your fixation with transportation is misplaced.

Anonymous

Or maybe… just maybe. Lower rent is a powerful motivator.

Anonymous

Miami is a car oriented city. We don’t need public transportation. We like to stuck in traffic.

Anonymous

Waste of money, when much higher priority should be given to other transit projects, not a free low-speed pseudo-train because you hipster bugmen are too lazy to walk.

Anonymous

I see, so when the powers that be planned the Metro-mover, they only meant for it to go no further than the School Board District and end right there until the end of time.

Gee you’re a brilliant thinker… did you discover their plans all by yourself?

Anonymous

We need an Amazon LatAM HQ in Miami pronto!!

Anonymous

Couldn’t agree more

Anonymous

I think all major tech companies should open an HQ in Miami. Google, Facebook, Amazon etc. The tax cut surely investigated them and the location is the best strategic one.

Anonymous

That would be so great! Except that Miami doesn’t have the transit infrastructure to bring a large amount of workers here.

Anonymous

Neither does Dallas, Austin, Houston, LA, or Atlanta. Transit’s definitely a great help but you’re not making much of an argument here.

Anonymous

Nah, not really or else they’d be here already. Strategic? No talent to hire in Miami so not easy to apply great business strategies here.

Anonymous

Serious companies don’t want to move their employees in a corrupt cities which there is no rules in streets,luck of transportation, corrupt politicians do whatever want, drug dealers demand major music festival take place in a central park of city. Thats the result if latinization of miami.

Anonymous

We need big pharma to come down to Miami actually

Anonymous

Check out this list of biggest trade partners at MIA. Switzerland is in the top because Pharma is here.

Anonymous

Dare I say…epic… This is awesome tho!

Anonymous

I am REALLY looking forward to this project. I like the team that put this together, creative stuff!

Anonymous

Add Spotify to the roster of LATAM HQ in Miami.

Anonymous

delta and latam plan major expansion in miami…that headquarters could happen

Anonymous

Delta is staying in Atlanta and Latam is headquartered in Santiago and Sao Paulo. However, they have a huge operation at MIA that includes cargo

Anonymous

It’s going to be very interesting to hear what happens when their idea of a stage with nightly live music and a bar goes up against the residents of the new Wynwood apartments who’re at this very moment partitioning the city to either ban these outdoor clubs/bar establishments or make them close at 11pm.

Anonymous

That is incorrect, outdoor music will be allowed with permits, Mana was going about it without proper allowances

Anonymous

Be careful, the wieners who now live in Wynwood may not like the noise, and traffic!!!

Anonymous

That’s sick! I love it.

Anonymous

They said FOOD HALL !!!!! Punch BUGGY !!!!!!!

Anonymous

Now that’s what I’m talking about. Attracting big business with class A office space. Then comes the employees, thus the activity.

Anonymous

Nice! Though it’s gonna suck for the employees living in Brickell. Lol. No more walking to work.

Anonymous

What you said sounds dumb.

Anonymous

They could get off at school board station and walk up north miami ave or take the trolley.

Anonymous

Take the Trolley? LMAO! Taking the mover to School Board station and then walking will turn what should be an easy commute if we had effective public transportation into a one hour commute. Besides, that’s going to be a pretty long walk in the summer when you’ll either be soaking from sweat, torrential rain, or most likely both.

Anonymous

The trolley stops on biscayne blvd, they could walk six blocks to get here. The metromover station is eight blocks away. People all around the world and in Miami walk that many blocks when its hot or raining.

Anonymous

Wrong! They can’t walk from Biscayne to here. The train tracks block them from doing so. Not sure, but there might also be a fence blocking the tracks. If not, they can get arrested for trespassing by crossing the tracks.

There should be pedestrian bridges over the tracks but our dear leader Gimenez is too busy running for Congress in a suburban district. He could care less about us city slickers.

Anonymous

Guys, trolley is for people that have time, it’s too unreliable. You can’t depend on it to hold your job.

Anonymous

You really are out of your mind if you think with 8 months out of the year temps reaching 90° plus high humidity, people are going to walk through barren, empty blocks

Anonymous

plenty of people do, you’re just weak and can’t handle some sun and heat.

Anonymous

Take out the stupid shipping container gimmick, and it looks like any warehouse in Doral.

Anonymous

Iconic Signature Shipping Container

Anonymous

Do it Wynwood! Show MWC how it’s done.