Strong Demand: Wynwood’s First Residential Building Leases Over 100 Units In Just 30 Days

Applicants are flooding in to lease apartments at Wynwood’s first major apartment complex to reach completion, developers say.

Wynwood 25 opened recently, and has already leased 40% of units, just 30 days after the city issued a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy that allows residents to begin moving in.

The project is also unique in that it features micro units with apartment sizes starting at just 400 square feet.

In total, Wynwood 25 includes 289 apartments. Pricing for studios start in the the low $1,400s, with three bedroom prices reaching the low $4,000s. Around 80 percent of units are priced below $2000, and all include smart-home technology and ten foot ceiling heights.

Amenities include a fitness center and yoga studio, co-working space, a coffee lounge, a 12,000 square foot green courtyard, dog wash facilities, and a roof terrace with a pool, barbecue, and movie screen.

At the ground floor level is 31,000 square feet of retail. A garage with 340 parking spaces was also built.

East End Capital and Related Group are the developers. Kobi Karp is the architect, with Meshberg Group overseeing interior design and Naturficial the landscape designer.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

This is a beautiful project with a great design. The windows are state of the art which is rare in Miami. The amenities are on point and the ceiling heights are also a rarity in Miami. Of course it’s going to be successful.

Azarius
2 years ago

But at $1400 for 400sqf. That’s a fucking rip off!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Pay to play.. most of the bedrooms wont even fit a queen bed but it’s a ‘micro’ unit so there you have it..

Anonymous
2 years ago

great space for a minimalist.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wait.. what? state of art windows?!

Anonymous
2 years ago

It still looks like a jail, and doesn’t help with that gummy bear “art.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

the “gummy bear” is cute af.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You sure know a lot about jails.. why?

Anonymous
2 years ago

With all the residential growth coming to wynwood they’re gonna need a grocer in the area or even a walgreens

Anonymous
2 years ago

They all will come

Anonymous
2 years ago

Would be a great location for Whole Foods!

Anonymous
2 years ago

seriously? LOL

Anonymous
2 years ago

yes CVS for sure and a Chase bank. Fo sure

Anonymous
2 years ago

Its in the middle of wynwood so it will have alot of demand.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Small apartments at high prices like NYC, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Paris. Miami is an international city. ?

Anonymous
2 years ago

WORLD CLASS!

Anonymous
2 years ago

but there is no class in Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Bahhh haaa that’s funny.

Anonymous
2 years ago

that rooftop pool looks divine… take a look developers… stop being so cheap

Anonymous
2 years ago

Still not sure why Kobi Karp gets a bad rep on these sites. Constantly put out above average designs, a rarity in Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

L-O-V-I-N-G this apartment building. I’m seeing so many instagrammable moments in these pictures.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ah, Instagram. Whatever did we do without it? Fits right into Miami: vapid, fickle and fake.

Anonymous
2 years ago

here here – couldn’t agree more. yeah, i really need to live where i can IG everyday for all my followers to look and think “who give a F”

Anonymous
2 years ago

laugh all you want but I know the social market & what drums attention. You might not like the times we are living in… but you better catch up.

Anonymous
2 years ago

GAG

Anonymous
2 years ago

What are you sucking on?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice photos, great building.

Anonymous
2 years ago

400 sq ft isn’t considered a micro unit under the zoning code. It is the minimum size of a studio.

Anonymous
2 years ago

How’s the security gonna be here? People get robbed at gunpoint/carjacked. Not safe.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Me too. This just happened a few weeks ago at the gas station.

Anonymous
2 years ago

the boogie man’s gonna get you

Anonymous
2 years ago

OMG thanks for a good laugh

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stay in Kendall

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s got 10 foot ceilings so the units “FEEL” bigger than they are. LMAO

Anonymous
2 years ago

They can mark them as 10’x10’x10′

Anonymous
2 years ago

This just in… affordable (relatively speaking) units in trendy neighborhoods are in huge demand! In other news, water is wet and the sky is blue!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wynwood is the place to be. Now the place to live for Millenials with enough green.

Interested
2 years ago

Are these Miami apartment kitchens being designed by the same person? They all look exactly the same.

Anonymous
2 years ago

LOVE IT!!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Why would anyone live here when they can live in Midtown 5 or 6 for not much more and without all the riff-raff.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The beginning of the end of a very rare cool neighborhood in South Florida.

305
2 years ago

These are hardly micro in size and are hardly affordable. One can find larger studios in Brickell for only $200 more a month.

Anonymous
2 years ago

hopefully, the city will do some upzoning in this area. Would love to see much taller buildings being built for this area.

LOL
2 years ago

The city already upzoned the area by adding density, The 8-12 story height is perfect for a mid scale walkable neighborhood. If you want taller buildings go to park west and downtown.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Quit your bitching.. if something like twenty two stories bothers you, then move to Coral Gables or Homestead.

Anonymous
2 years ago

8-12 story apartment building isn’t going do the job. We need some 30 story building in Wynwood.

Thanks
2 years ago

Anyone know management’s policy on Airbnb’ing?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Not gonna happen..

Anonymous
2 years ago

Try and stop it.