Miami’s Urban Development Review Board voted last week in favor of approving a residential building on a Wynwood site formerly owned by the Salvation Army.
The board vote was to approve the project as presented, without requiring any modification.
Previously, the developer said the building would have luxury apartments.
According to the UDRB filing, 18 NW 23rd St. is planned to rise 12 stories and include:
The Salvation Army sold the property last year for $18 million. It was used as a parking lot.
Breakers Capital and Alchemy-ABR Investment Partners of New York are the developers.
Arquitectonica is the architect.