The Oasis Wynwood Announces That It Will Open In April 2021 & Become Miami’s ‘Cultural Epicenter’

The Oasis Wywnood has announced that it will open next month.

The 35,000 square foot outdoor space will span an entire block in Wynwood.

“We believe that the Oasis is going to be the new cultural epicenter of not only Wynwood, but also Miami and South Florida,” said Erik Rutter and David Weitz, developers of the venue, in s statement.

The developers say they plan to offer live music, rotating art installations, plays, comedy and stand-up acts, poetry events, and political events.

A total of six food and beverage options will surround an outdoor courtyard. Options will include Italian, Asian, Mexican, Pizza, Fried Chicken, and Mediterranean venues.

An indoor lounge called Huacachina will feature nightly DJs. There will also be an outdoor tower bar at the center of the property.

Spotify will have their Latin America headquarters office on the property. There will also be several retail shops, including a cafe and fitness studio.

The food and beverage areas will be open until midnight daily on both weekdays and weekends.

 

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Alpina
28 days ago

Next time trees instead of palm trees please!!

Anonymous
28 days ago

Yeah let’s put a bunch of trees in Wynwood…let’s turn the cool an hip community into the suburbs!

Anonymous
28 days ago

Trees are for shade. Palms can’t do that. Coconut Grove had trees and hipness before it was gentrified. It’s a delicate balance. Hopefully greed won’t be allowed to do what it did to the Grove.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Don’t you mean what the hurricanes did to the Grove?

Anonymous
28 days ago

Considering most the 100-year old trees that disappeared are being cut down by developers clearing and subdividing lots for concrete box McMansions, not much. In fact, when pruned properly, they act as wind breakers. Palms lose their heads.

Anonymous
28 days ago

yes and fact (IMO) is that Palm Trees are not native to Miami and blew in from the islands during past centuries storms….. gumbo limbo and live oaks are the way to provide cool shade during our favorite tourist free summer months….

Anonymous
26 days ago

Wrong. Palms are native to Miami.

fact (IMO)?????

Anonymous
28 days ago

what is the purpose of a palm tree really…the most useless tree ever. You don’t need a million more of them to prove to anyone you’re in the subtropics. It’s well felt already.

Anonymous
28 days ago

welp we know this fcker is a northerner

Anonymous
27 days ago

Right on!!!

Mr. Miami
27 days ago

What is the purpose of humans? They destroy everything they touch. Just stop breeding, and everything will start returning to normal in a hundred years. Hopefully they will be here long after our sorry asses are gone?.

Anonymous
26 days ago

They’re the prettiest of all trees. What’s your purpose?

Ex-Londoner now in 33132
28 days ago

Yes plant a stunning mighty English oak tree. It’ll shade Wynwood for 500 years.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Mr Ex-Londoner, Miami is not South Carolina.

Anonymous
28 days ago

…Yet cities like Charleston are considered to have the best urbanism in the county, with a comparable climate to Miami but good balance between palms and shade trees. God forbid we emulate success stories and not continue what has made Miami unsustainable because it’s sooo Miami!

Anonymous
28 days ago

Charleston does not have a comparable climate–winters are significantly colder than Miami’s. That affects what can be planted.

Anonymous
27 days ago

You’re right. I keep saying this to my friends.. “people with Smart Phones are some of the dumbest people in the world.”

Mr. Miami
27 days ago

What city is sustainable? I’ll wait for the answer.

Anonymous
15 days ago

Glad I’m not the only one that felt this way. It was the immediate thought I had looking at it. Palms are pretty and feel appropriate for Miami, but they don’t offer any shade and that seems important for a space to congregate.

Anonymous
28 days ago

It’s a cool project, but cultural epicenter of all of Miami? Let some air out dude

Anonymous
28 days ago

It says a lot about Miami.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Haha, yep. P.R. hype. Grain of salt, but a value add to the neighborhood, for sure. Be nice when N. Miami isn’t a three mile construction site, but progress has costs.

Anonymous
28 days ago

A traffic light needs to be installed somewhere along this part of north miami ave. Its dangerous with people just forcing their way into traffic.

Anonymous
28 days ago

How about a road diet?

Anonymous
28 days ago

its already a one lane road each way and are people suppose to just teleport there

Anonymous
28 days ago

If by road diet he means complete streets, what’s the point if Metromover ends up built right over?

Anonymous
28 days ago

“traffic is bad now, so let’s make it worse”….. smart move Einstein

Alpina
28 days ago

Cultural epicenter? Ayayayyyy….that statement makes me believe there is something wrong with our culture….so sad!!!

Anonymous
28 days ago

Looks third world to me, compared to the upcoming North Miami Beach development for millennials.

Anonymous
27 days ago

lol…

Anonymous
28 days ago

They need to start burying all those utility lines, it would create more space for sidewalks and landscaping. Love the progress overall

Anonymous
28 days ago

Would be nice, but very pricey

Anonymous
28 days ago

Absolutely right!

Marc
28 days ago

Palm trees and a sea of concrete. Hardly an “Oasis”

Anonymous
28 days ago

Metro mover to Disney shore power mana Elon musk Jeff bezos Lexus lanes double deck casino UDB something something etc etc

Don
28 days ago

The landscaping leaves something to be desired.

Anonymous
28 days ago

A food hall is going to be the self declared epicenter of culture for a city as rich in entertainment and destinations as Miami? Lol.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Wheres parking, I know people rather ignore it but uber and lyft drop offs and pick ups cause traffic too.

Anonymous
28 days ago

On the street. Also, this is Miami so there’s probably at least 3 parking garages or lots within a 5-10 minute walk.

Anonymous
28 days ago

the parallel parking on this street is already at capacity and the vast majority of visitors wouldn’t walk 10 minutes to and from the Wynwood garage, especially in heels

Anonymous
28 days ago

Oh well thats their problem…people walks miles in other cities! We need foot traffic in wynwood not car traffic

Anonymous
28 days ago

the majority of wynwood goers dont live in wynwood and Miami isn’t other cities

Anonymous
28 days ago

“Oh well thats their problem…people walks miles in other cities”

A lot of other cities don’t have the heat and humidity for months and months like Miami.

Anonymous
28 days ago

How do drunk driving arrests and deaths in Miami compare with other major cities per capita?

Anonymous
28 days ago

Yeah, a lot of other cities got long of winters of snow and ice and subzero temps to go with their hot and humid summers.

If you think it’s too hot and humid to walk in Miami and the weather sucks, then why do you live here? For the great paying job market? Lmao.

Anonymous
28 days ago

“Yeah, a lot of other cities got long of winters of snow and ice and subzero temps to go with their hot and humid summers”

For you northerners that are thinking of moving to Miami, please please pleaseeee hurry up and get here, and after, there might be an increase in some kind of intelligence in this city even if it’s only a tiny bit.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Mostly we get the losers who couldn’t hack it up North….for every 1 CEO that moves down here, 9 oft-fired burger flippers and bar maids follow.

Anonymous
27 days ago

Gee, you must’ve flipped burgers and waited tables in bars to know that?

Anonymous
28 days ago

there is nothing more humid than Atlanta, New Orleans, Houston in the summer…. and Manhattan during August with all the concrete is unbearable

Anonymous
27 days ago

so true!

Anonymous
28 days ago

again people… shade trees! Design District was a ghetto 20 years ago and 10 years ago they FINALLY installed trees on sidewalks….. you can see on google maps the areas with shade trees and those are the favored areas to exist and reside. its really a no-brainer

Anonymous
27 days ago

Those are the “favored areas to exist and reside” in MiamiDade because they finally installed some”trees?”

Ya hear that Brickell?..

Anonymous
28 days ago

Its wynwood why would it be parking there its enough parking! Uber and Lyft is perfect that’s the idea to get dropped off a not have to worry about parking!

Anonymous
28 days ago

How about bike lanes and light rail instead?

Anonymous
28 days ago

Bike lanes.. you wanna get ran over? Light rail.. haven’t you heard?.. Elon Musk and Mayor Suarez wants to give you tunnels for electric cars (but you can’t bring your own) at a price.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Best oasis in town is Miami IronSide. With huge eucalyptus trees and butterflies all around

Anonymous
28 days ago

Beautiful

Anonymous
28 days ago

Love Wynwood

Anonymous
28 days ago

Activation! Activation! Activation!!!!!! This is going to be great!

Anonymous
27 days ago

Yeah.. I can just imagine the only music these live bands will be playing.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Nice project with attractive plaza.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Proposed Metro mover station is 2 blocks away at 26th street and N Miami Ave.

Anonymous
28 days ago

“Spotify will have their Latin America headquarters office on the property”

So basically, what they’ll really be doing is catering to one culture?

Anonymous
28 days ago

Spotify is multicultural and this is just one of many HQs across the globe.

Anonymous
28 days ago

But the article states “Spotify will have their Latin America headquarters office on the property.”

They’re only there to catering to the Latin America culture… get it!

Anonymous
28 days ago

Gringo estupido

Anonymous
28 days ago

A Gringo who was born an raised in this country and didn’t run here from what Donald Trump called a “South American $hit hole.”

Anonymous
28 days ago

How about I go to Latin America and call you people by your cutesy casta names?

J.M.
28 days ago

There are about 2 dozen countries in Latin America but ok…

BDub
28 days ago

They should have consulted a dictionary.
Epicenter – the central point of something, typically a difficult or unpleasant situation.
“the patient was at the epicenter of concern”.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Great. We need more of these, more buildings, more offices, more! Like Britney says…gimme gimme more!