The developer of a Wynwood apartment building has submitted plans to build the brand new complex with a rusty façade and an “iconic” clock tower.
The apartment development, known as Wynwood Station, is proposed next to a potential site for the Wynwood train station planned along the Brightline tracks.
Wynwood Station is being developed by Chicago’s Fifield Companies. It is now in redesign from a previous submittal.
The iconic clock tower is planned to be designed by an artist that is to be determined, the plans show. The developer is asking for a height waiver to allow it to be built.
The second unique feature will be an aluminum mesh screen with a rusted finish covering the building’s parking garage.
Metal panels with a rusted finish are also proposed on the building’s balcony railings.
According to the latest plans, the 8-story Wynwood Station is proposed to include:
MSA is the architect.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to review the proposal at a meeting on November 17.