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Thor’s Wynwood Walk Approved, Designed By Oppenheim

Thor Equities has been granted Wynwood Design Review Committee approval to build a mixed-use project called Wynwood Walk.

The proposal includes ground level retail, along with restaurant on the second level.

There will be 20,398 square feet of commercial space in a new structure, along with 36,884 square feet of adaptive reuse commercial in three existing warehouses on the site.

Oppenheim Architecture is the architect.

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

I’m starting to like the uniqueness of Wynwood.. needs the residential projects to become reality.

Anonymous
Anonymous

you must mean it needs “residential that caters to my specific demographic” (i.e. hipsters millennials) because there is plenty of residential nearby, just the people that have lived there for years before anyone new what “wynwood” was. What should be happening is more of a synthesis between old and new so the neighborhood is not as disjointed as it is now between the residents who live there, and the cultural tourists who visit there.

Anonymous
Anonymous

No one is forced to sell their homes.. plenty of blocks with home there..

But if a developer hands you a check for $500K, will you not take it when it’s worth 100?

suomynona
suomynona

What’s going on with the public parking garage that was proposed between 26th and 27th St?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wynwood is becoming a wasteland of hundreds of empty retail spaces and desperately needs residential to support the retail. Not a single store is thriving, only certain restaurants and bars. You can only have a limited number of stores selling expensive knicknacks in a neighborhood like this.

Anonymous
Anonymous

enjoy the uniqueness before it’s all gone and the hipsters are left looking at each other’s thick beards in wonder. lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

What a hot mess.

AtlantaHug
AtlantaHug

To each his own. No one will be holding a gun up to your head and making you visit or spend your money there.

Anonymous
Anonymous

To each his own is not a successful approach to urban design and architecture.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Could use a Starbucks or two in the area…

Anonymous
Anonymous

What? You must be joking. The beauty of Wynwood is the lack of ubiquitous chain establishments. I love the independent coffee places there now. Why would you like something you can find anywhere in the world in an area as unique and artistic as Wynwood?

Anonymous
Anonymous

There is nothing unique about new Wynwood. It is Urban Disney now.

Anonymous
Anonymous

If you want Wynwood to become a prosperous neighborhood, you have to accept minor gentrification to serve immediate residential needs. No one wants to live in a neighborhood deserted of basic and affordable options.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agree and let’s be real here wynwood is a piece of sh*t. Lame unrepresented art over concrete does not make it a art district. If it was quality then the art galleries would actually sell pieces. Restaurants are pretty decent though.

Really???
Really???

I don’t think they are arguing against the gentrification just not boring and bland. For example a blue bottle coffee is going to be at basically the same cost as a Starbucks but won’t have the generic strip mall feel.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Have you been to Wynwood?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes a few times. Piece of sh*t. How many cars have to get broken into, people shot (last week), and fights until people realize that it’s for the trash of Miami.

Terrapin
Terrapin

You must understand that this is sarcasm?

Anonymous
Anonymous

And a CVS

Anonymous
Anonymous

True.. Wynwood does need a pharmacy and grocery store.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Don’t forget a BofA and Chase bank.

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