The Dorsey Completed: Wynwood’s Biggest Ever Apartment Building With 306 Units

A major Wynwood apartment building called The Dorsey appears to have reached completion, according to Ryan RC Rea.

It becomes the largest residential building completed in Wynwood to date (there are others both under construction and planned that will surpass it).

The property was once home to a Coca Cola plant.

According to the Dorsey’s Zillow page, apartments are available immediately, with prices starting at $2464 for a 474 square foot studio, ranging to $7197 for a 1600 square foot 3-bedroom.

The 12-story building has:

  • 306 apartments
  • 35,000 square feet of retail
  • 70,000 square feet of office
  • 476 parking spaces

The project was developed by the Related Group, Alex Karakhanian’s LNDMRK, and Tricera Capital.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

 

(photo: Ryan RC Rea)


 

 

 

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Anonymous.
2 months ago

Finally Wynwood is getting more walkable but we need the Metromover to go there

Anonymous
2 months ago

“that neighborhood” is an awesome one to live in. It resembles very much SoHo or Williamsburg and I love it.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Well, maybe NYers appreciate something you clearly don’t. No one forces you to live there.

Anonymous
2 months ago

You don’t want to live there. I do! It’s that simple. So don’t live there and let me do what I want. See. Simple!

Anonymous
2 months ago

And I have the right to say they aren’t. At the end of the day, I still live there and you still b*tch about it. So, yup, I see how it works.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Agree move to Brickell if you want NY lifestyle. Wynwood is a way from there but will eventually be nice in long run.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Wynnwood is to Brickell, what Williamsburg is to Manhattan.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Manhattan its a cultural mecca. Brickell the only cultural institute is Brickell centre.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Why spend this amount here when you can live in Brickell? Looks like Brickell prices are about to go up too…

Anonymous
2 months ago

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Anonymous
2 months ago

Why is every new building in Wynwood a rental? I’d love to buy there!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

You don’t want to buy in an area with all rentals, buy in an area with more owner occupied units like Brickell.

Anonymous
2 months ago

No. I want to buy in Wynwood and I’m waiting for them to build some nice condos that are for sale.

Anonymous.
2 months ago

A studio in NYC in the city center and those amenities costs $5,000

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s a deal when property values are double the price in the more developed higher end parts of Miami.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Skectchy to you. Edgy to me😎

Pleezzee
2 months ago

“It will be hard to find Wynwood hipsters that are both naive and wealthy enough for this project”

Who said “Wynwood hipsters” are the only people on this earth?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Regular residents do not care about waterfront! Its not a selling factor, maybe for part timers and vacation rentals. For main residence, waterfront condo living is a nuisance, comes with high wind and regular flooding, isolated in terms of walkability, and does not have city views that make Miami unique. Water front is affordable and available all along the coast it’s not the main appeal here. People want walkable city living like NYC but better and tropical.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Sunny Isles is for former-USSR retirees and vacationers not American residents and professionals working in the City.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Sunny isles is the most boring neighborhood in America.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Was that before traffic levels of today? Wouldn’t even drive from Wynwood to Brickell on a daily basis.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Only if you spell it COKE

dn10
2 months ago

Studio in Manhattan is going to cost >$3k. Many were ~$4k over this past summer even.

Anonymous
2 months ago

It will cost more in NY, for a lower quality basement level small studio without amenities.

Anonymous
2 months ago

And your landlord will probably ignore you when things break (in NY), as they always do there.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Not a brand new studio with doorman, pool etc. Maybe an old co-op but it’s not comparable.

Brooklyn
2 months ago

Right? Can’t we just of a widespread boycott of these apartments so that they remain vacant and apartment owners come back down to reality?

Drac
2 months ago

Look, if you can’t afford a unit there, then you’re not moving there. If you can afford a unit there, then that means you can afford a unit in a lot of other places and can shop around.

Its that simple.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Move to Hialeah

Anonymous
2 months ago

A widespread boycott? Pack up, I’m sure they will follow you to Kansas.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Good for them! Wynwood is great area for affordable housing options in Miami.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Affordable housing should be in Hialeah not there

Anonymous
2 months ago

I mean affordable compared to Brickell, South of Fifth, Midtown and Edgewater. Middle income housing.

Alcoholiotic
2 months ago

Brickell should have dry streets everywhere after it rains to… but it doesn’t.

Anonymous
2 months ago

This is not on par with NYC or San Francisco, or even Brickell in Miami where studios start at around 3k – this is affordable market rate. Wynwood is perfect spot for affordable housing options like this.

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s very much on par with many hot spots in NYC, Williamsburg, Harlem, etc.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I lived in those parts of NYC, and its not on par in price. Maybe for an old walkup with rats and roaches and thin walls and crumbling infrastructure lol, basement level. This quality in NYC would be $4,000 minimum for a small shoebox version of a studio.