Major Office & Residential Complex Proposed By A Partnership That Includes Oasis Wynwood Developer

A large mixed-use project in Wynwood called 29N has just been submitted to the city for review. The development team includes the company that just opened The Oasis Wynwood.

The Rubell Family Collection was formerly located on the 29N property.

The new project will include rental apartments, office space, ground floor retail and micro retail.

Parking will be provided in a parking structure that is concealed behind residential units.

29N will also include 22,000 square feet of open space with a ground floor public plaza connected by paseo to the North, South and West.

There will also be about 30,000 square feet of programmable rooftop space.

29N is proposed to include:

  • 523 residential units
  • 200,618 square feet of office
  • 26,372 square feet commercial/retail
  • 668 parking spaces for cars, 954 parking spaces for bikes

Developers of the project include L&L Holding Company, CARPE Real Estate Partners, and Fortis Design + Build. L&L is a major New York developer. Carpe is the developer that recently opened the Oasis in Wynwood. Fortis is based in Wynwood with projects that include Wynwood 25, Cube, and Wynwood Walk.

The Wynwood Design Review Committee is scheduled to review the proposal on July 12.

Gensler is the architect.

James Corner Field Operations is designing the public areas.

Stefano Santoro, the Managing Broker of Current Real Estate Advisors, assembled the future mixed-use development site.

 

 

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Anonymous
4 months ago

29th street is going to be a wall of high rises from I-95 to the bay and i love it.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Wynwood winning! Metro mover extension and the local brightline stations are needed more than ever with all the developments that will be popping up in the next few years.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Please bury those ugly power lines. It looks hideous. This is the time to do it while the hood is being rebuilt.

Anonymous
4 months ago

What’s the point of bike lane and burying utility cables for complete streets if Metromover is running right over it? Ironically, I bet you’re the first to complain about the proposed signature bridge park.

Anonymous
4 months ago

say it again.. Wynwood Winning!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Pardon my ignorance. A MetroMover extension to do what?

Is it NEEDED to get communters from Homestead to board a bus to board a MetroRail to board a MetroMover to get to their _______ jobs?

Is it NEEDED to get people who pay top rents in Brickell to get to their jobs in Wynwood?

OR…
Is it WANTED by people who want someone else to pay for their ride from their XBox console directly to the place where homemade beers are less than $3 a pint?

Anonymous
4 months ago

Please disclose whoever is doing $3 pints of homemade beer in Wynwood! Regarding MetroMover, people like it and it gets used…that’s the reason to extend it. Beyond that, it’s so excruciatingly slow and takes forever to get anywhere. In my mind, it’s mainly for tourists that think it’s cute (it’s literally #7 thing to do on TripAdvisor) and for locals who don’t want to sweat for a few blocks and/or are too out of shape to walk. If they spread out the stops, shortened the length of time at the stops, and got it moving faster, then we’d be on to something that could resemble useful transit.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Wynwood is on fire..!!!

Azarius
4 months ago

Wynwood is now really winning with all these projects in development and breaking ground, It will never be the same! And that’s a great thing!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Beautiful🥰 Now get the metromover there and more bike lanes!

AbyNormal
4 months ago

This will be built and leased/sold before Mana ever gets a permit for a cardboard box on one of his many sites.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Keep talking and I’ll buy up a lot of property in Wynwood….

– Mana

Anonymous
4 months ago

Metromover to that former walmart site and a mixed used development for it.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Thank you!

Anonymous
4 months ago

metro mover to design district please

Postpresent
4 months ago

Great Project! Can’t wait for this to be built!
Need: More public transport, bike lanes, “humane” sidewalks, etc.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Time to update the zoning of more neighborhoods to match the density increases implemented in Wynwood. Additionally, some cclose-in neighborhoods should have the T-6-12 throughout.

Anonymous
4 months ago

The density is fine as it is as a transect between high-rise Downtown and low-rise Upper East Side, which was the purpose of Miami21 as a form-based code.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Gorgeous

Anonymous
4 months ago

Look, everything that gets built doesn’t need some type of psychedelic painting on it!

Anonymous
4 months ago

It’s the ‘homage’ to the former vibe of the neighborhood that made it desirable. LMAO

Anonymous
4 months ago

I’m pretty sure it was being located between Downtown and the Design District while having affordable land prices that make it desirable. Also, Midtown.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Can’t wait for the Woonerfs in wynwood!!!

Anonymous
4 months ago

one of the good things about wynwood is that they build small buildings and they get built a lot faster than high rises and it feels more like a real neighborhood

Anonymous
4 months ago

Didn’t expect this nice project.. I like it very much.

Anonymous
4 months ago

This is very nice. Go for it!

Anonymous
4 months ago

slow down, Wynwood

Anonymous
4 months ago

nearly 700 car parking spaces.. please stop building so much parking!

Anonymous
4 months ago

guy you act like all 700 cars will be on the road at the same time. I live in a midtown condo and most of the cars are just parked. I have my car to drive to sunrise when I cant WAH anymore and to visit family in Key West.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Amusing that you don’t object to all that parking for bikes.

Anonymous
4 months ago

We need more parking for bikes!

Anonymous
4 months ago

And more bike lanes!!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Funny how so many of you “more bike lanes” people are always riding your bikes on the sidewalks in Miami and not actually using bike lanes.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Citation?

Anonymous
4 months ago

because the streets are unsafe…

Anonymous
4 months ago

You need parking for bikes. “We” don’t.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Until we have a great public transportation system, cars are unfortunately needed. Hopefully we get the metromover expanded to the whole Miami and Miami Beach in our lifetime so we can finally stop building parking podiums and turn them into commercial spaces.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Metromover is hardly a “great” public transportation system, no matter where you expand it.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Uh, so the Metromover is not “great public transportation” because it hasn’t been extended in over twenty five years and let’s face it, some of the stops it goes to north of downtown are really useuless, you’re saying “no matter where you expand it” that still wouldn’t make a difference?

Okay Genius!

Anonymous
4 months ago

“nearly 700 car parking spaces.. please stop building so much parking!” But nobody’s car better be parked in my parking space when I get home…

TBIRD
4 months ago

Boring.

Wynwood has an energy that a lot of these new buildings don’t have; and disgraceful that they leave public art integration as an afterthought. Wynwood has been built over the last 12 years based on the arts community. Seems that most of these developers are here to pop up a generic box building without any thought into the history of the neighborhood.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Yes because the old shitty buildings are better than this new construction… LOL

Anonymous
4 months ago

Tell me why all these developers follow the art communities. Art is essential and all these greedy people know that.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Normally I would agree with this, but this is actually a nice looking development for a change.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Right, because we can’t wait until every neighborhood looks exactly the same with the same new buildings from the same developers with the same architects.

Anonymous
4 months ago

If the neighborhoods looks better with them than the old garbage that’s there now, I say, “bring it on!”

Anonymous
4 months ago

“old shitty buildings”

lol… you got that right!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Who needs facades with windows when you can have blank walls with LSD-induced murals as art, amirite?

Anonymous
4 months ago

Or hipster approved abandoned warehouses filled with crack heads and prostitutes. The “vibe” is simply not the same without the blight and licit activities. Oh well… I guess we must allow the neighborhood to develop and become cleaner, safer and more prosperous.