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The Bradley Breaks Ground In Wynwood With 175 Apartments

The Bradley Breaks Ground In Wynwood With 175 Apartments

Construction is now underway in Wynwood on The Bradley (formerly Wynwood 26), after a groundbreaking ceremony this morning.

The courtyard-style building will include 175 rental apartments on levels 2 through 5, including micro-units ranging in size from 400 to 900 square feet, averaging 700 square feet.

Arquitectonica is the architect, with Lenny Kravitz doing interior design.

To keep the building facade flat, Arquitectonica designed false balconies (or Juliet Balconies) on the upper levels.

On the ground floor, there is retail, and a cross-block paseo.

Parking is concealed on the mezzanine level. Zoning demanded 254 parking spaces, but the developers were able to obtain a 30% reduction to 179 spaces by paying into the Wynwood Parking Trust Fund.

Related Group and Block Capital Group are the developers.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Perfect development for the area with small units, minimal amenities, and reduced parking, hopefully it’s affordable enough to attract future wynwoodites to live in the area full time and spur more development there.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Perfect for other areas of Miami as well.
NW 7th Ave, Little River, Allappatah and Biscayne Boulevard.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Reduced parking in an area that it is not near the Metro or Metromover? How are these residents supposed to get around? SMH
And I am not promoting more parking garages. I am saying the Metromover or Metro should expand into this area.

drive less walk more
drive less walk more

Uber/Lyft, bike, walk, I agree though that a line must be extended to this area asap

Anonymous
Anonymous

The MetroMover currently ends at 15th. The southern boundary of Wynwood is at 20th. It would be very easy to extend it even 14 blocks to the southern edge of Midtown.

suomynona
suomynona

Or even 36th, to the southern edge of the Design District.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes, I mean, if it’s going to expand, which is a no brainer, it should go to the ICA Museum

Anonymous
Anonymous

29th is a more logical connection because it services Midtown, Wynwood and Edgewater. Design District may be a destination, but it doesn’t have density to justify the connection.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The IRIS FEC/CSX connector and downtown Miami Tri-Rail station are both almost complete. This means that Tri-Rail trains will soon be running right down the middle of Midtown anyways. All you need to do to connect Wynwood/Midtown to the mass transit grid is build a new platform or two.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Didn’t you hear the county Mayor? We need a new highway. Sorry, no time for a few platforms to enable intra-city transit.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They will bike.. lots of bike lanes all around Miami.. oh wait…

Anonymous
Anonymous

We should call them Wynwoodies

Raidel Oviedo
Raidel Oviedo

the building looks nice. METRO MOVER NEEDS TO BE EXTENDED ALL THE WAY TO DESIGN DISTRICT!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Why Metromover and not Metrorail, streetcar, or using what we have like the FEC tracks for a little thing called Coastal Link? Metromover isn’t fit to serve outside Greater Downtown Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“Metromover isn’t fit to serve outside Greater Downtown Miami.”

Ok, let them extend the Metromover and I’ll ride on it while you refuse to because you’re waiting for a streetcar or the Metrorail to come to that area.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Enjoy being in a little tin can bus packed with smelly hipsters going at thirty miles an hour. Even cars hitting every stoplight will catch up to you. Frankly, the only reason you people prefer Metromover is it’s free. If it’s expanded, not for long!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Some people are just living in the past or haven’t been in wynwood. This building is perfect for wynwood and I say no more faux spanish, impractical and crappy architecture. We need to move forward and embrace the fact that this city is over that. As for the parking spaces, no one living there would need to go anywhere else which lyft/uber cant reach for less than $10.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Anything new in the area is good…… will help to fill all those empty lots

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not bad, even though I would rather have an outside balcony.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wynwood needs more of these projects.. Related has to jump in headfirst and not just partnering up with existing developers.

Anonymous
Anonymous

are these rentals?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Good looking bldg. Average 700 sft (nice size) plus underground parking for residents and mezz parking for visitors.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Eliminating parking is a bad trend. Owners who don’t need parking can lease spaces for additional income. These spaces will be in demand and increasingly valuable as technology allows for self driving vehicles for on demand transportation.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wow, just wow. There were so many ways to form an objectively valid argument, regardless how unpopular that opinion might have been, but you just used the most nonsensical support in existence.

Anonymous
Anonymous

they have more than 1 parking per unit…lots of parking and Related is building it underground.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Another artsy-farty project disguising the fact it’s a cheap, nasty, and ugly facade of cluttered windows. It would have been nice if it was orderly because of those muntins too, like classic industrial warehouse lofts.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lol……

Anonymous
Anonymous

What a constructive reply!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agree, They should build more Spanish revival buildings in the area, to match Old Miami Architecture.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Please…I’m tired of this “Spanish revival” stuff in Miami. Miami needs more variation.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The majority of what I’ve seen the past boom are crappy excuses for modernism, worse than the most “kitschy” Tuscan McMansion in Kendall.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Kendall …. where is that? Close to Plantation?

Anonymous
Anonymous

This isn’t Spain, this is the USA, that’s why they call it the “New World.” You wanna see a bunch of “Spanish revival” architecture, move to Mexico City.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Mexico City has exquisite architecture.
And their new styles and modern designs are more edgy and functional than anything here. Travel and see the world before you speak

Anonymous
Anonymous

Well, take your ass to Mexico City then, they have everything you like and want.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um, Mexico isn’t the “New World?.”

Anonymous
Anonymous

Fully agree
Are you kidding?
More Spanish Revival?
How about MIMO, Art Deco, Mid Cent Mod, even Brutalism
Anything but….
So sick of the faux Med rev Miami look

Anonymous
Anonymous

If they want Spanish revival they could go to Coral Gables and get something close to it lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah, and you wonder why Coral Gables is considered one of South Florida’s best cities where everybody wants to live? Except for nihilistic assholes building them, nobody wants to live in a concrete modernist box spec house offensive to their surroundings.

Anonymous
Anonymous

offensive to their surroundings ? lol