Thor To Begin Construction At Former Lehman Pipe Property In Wynwood

At the entrance to Wynwood, Thor Equities is about to begin site work at Wynwood Walk, on the former Lehman Pipe property.

City records show a construction permit was issued in September to remodel 9,088 square feet of space, at a cost of $194,044.00.

A second permit was filed for in June, including remodeling 32,902 square feet and adding 19,613 square feet at a combined cost of $6,311,202.00. That permit was denied.

The developer says they have obtained construction financing from Bank of the Ozarks for an undisclosed amount, according to The Real Deal.


63,000 SF Retail and Restaurant Development Ideally Situated in the Burgeoning Wynwood Art District

Miami, November 7, 2017 – Thor Equities, a global leader in urban real estate development, leasing and management, has commenced construction of Wynwood Walk in Miami, company executives announced today.

Running the entire block from NW 29th Street to NW 28th Street near Wynwood’s northern entrance, the prime corner site will be home to approximately 63,000 square feet of new retail and restaurant space.

Developed by Thor Equities and designed by Oppenheim Architecture, the project located at 2800 NW 2nd Ave. will include a green rooftop, a paseo, 300 feet of retail frontage on NW 2nd Avenue, and a landscaped terrace with outdoor seating.

“We are excited to begin construction on this premier development situated in the heart of the Wynwood Art District, which continues to draw hundreds of thousands of visitors each year to its numerous galleries, open-air street art installations, retail stores, bars and restaurants,” said Joseph Sitt, CEO of Thor Equities.

Area retailers include Pucci, Aesop, Warby Parker, Shinola, Scotch & Soda and Ducati, along with The Screening Room, Panther Coffee, Wynwood Kitchen & Bar, R House, Federal Donuts, Gravity Brewlab and Concrete Beach Brewery.

Thor owns additional Miami properties at 2722 NW 2nd Ave. and 250 NW 24th St. in Wynwood; 70 NE 39th St. and 120 NE 39th St. in Miami’s Design District; and 605 Lincoln Road, 663-667 Lincoln Road and 852 Collins Ave. in South Beach.