View 29 Proposed In Wynwood With Affordable & Workforce Housing

A non-profit is proposing to build a project in Wynwood called View 29 with a mix of affordable and workforce housing.

The Urban League of Greater Miami is planning the project through their New Urban Development, LLC affiliate.

Miami-Dade County deeded over the land to the company in exchange for the commitment to build the  affordable and workforce housing.

View 29 is proposed to rise 12 stories and include 116 apartments, a garage with 105 parking spaces, and 6,910 square feet of ground floor retail.

The Wynwood Design Review Committee is scheduled to review the plans on May 12.

Studio MC+G is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
2 months ago

There is a lot going on design-wise with this project… This additive type architecture with tacking on random things, like those angeled poles between balconies seems unnecessary, expensive, and ugly. I hope the Design Review Board issues denial and makes them come back with a new design concept more aligned with the high design quality that we should strive for.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The murals are conceptual, I hope. Otherwise, it’s a pretty solid building.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Solid piece of garbage? Yep

Anonymous
2 months ago

wow that’s ugly

Anonymous
2 months ago

I guess you prefer the third world look of these one and two story buildings that one can find all over Wynwood.

Anonymous
2 months ago

poor justification, bad architecture has no place in Miami

Anonymous
2 months ago

Buddy, anybody can say “wow that’s ugly” and “bad architecture.” That ain’t saying sh!t!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

What are the random angled poles on the balconies? The base has so much going on, and doesn’t integrate the tower. Also, funny how the projections to the south aren’t occupiable, so the main purpose is for sun shading? And yet they put the sun so low in the renders you don’t even see how the sun shelves work. poor thinking and execution.

Anonymous
2 months ago

^ So you got an architectural degree hanging on a wall somewhere?

Anonymous
2 months ago

*”renderings” not “renders”

Anonymous
2 months ago

Well
Just drive down flagler all the way up to the Palmetto and feast your eyes on real ugly architecture

Anonymous
2 months ago

At least they buried the utility poles along Flagler.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Affordable = $1999 for a Studio.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Wyndwood is getting packed. I love it!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

And windy apparently😂 damn autocorrect. TNM please bring back the editing feature please.

Anonymous
2 months ago

once sleepy 29th street is going to be lined with towers.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Is this project in Wynwood? I thought Wynwood stopped at 29th street? I love how everyone with a project within 1/4 mile of Wynwood calls their project “in Wynwood”.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Neighborhood boundaries make no sense in Miami. Case in point, “Little” Havana sometimes classified as over one-fourth of the city limits, ignoring neighborhoods like Shenandoah, Citrus Grove, and Auburndale.

Shawn Kouri
2 months ago

Affordable housing is coming to Winwood

Anonymous
2 months ago

Is that my MINI in the picture?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Here’s a design that is not a cereal box & helps with severe lack of affordable housing and folks still knock it.
Can’t win with this crowd.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Well, you gotta remember, most of these people are the reason we now see chickens and roosters running around and crowing in this town.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The building is tacky and instead of affordable housing get people jobs to be able to afford houses !!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Get the economy back to before Covid and people will be able to afford houses !!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

“instead of affordable housing get people jobs to be able to afford houses !!”

Wtf???

Anonymous
2 months ago

Is this building tacky because is working force or the architect is from the 1950’s ! 😆

Anonymous
2 months ago

Oh !!! How insensitive to associate working force with tackiness!! Call the Woke police !

Anonymous
2 months ago

Geez dummies like you need to learn when to use the word “is” and when to use the word “it’s.”

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s… is Not One Word… it’s the contraction of 2 words “It is”
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 dummy !!

Anonymous
2 months ago

^ “Is this building tacky because is working force.”

Now that’s some really tacky grammar, but someone that’s as ignorant as you are really doesn’t giveafuck!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Please, will you one day finally stop whining and get over them turning your designs down?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Have you ever even seen subsided housing from the 1950s? Google Pruitt-Igoe.

J.M.
2 months ago

This is great news!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Even this low income shit has balconies. Waldorf Astoria sales team better find some drugged out South American pharmaceutical suppliers desperate to hide their cash in America.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Nice project

Anonymous
2 months ago

No poor people in this neighborhood!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Absolutely beautiful. New York City architects, take note, this is how apartments should be built with balconies in Miami.

Azarius
2 months ago

Like the design and purpose of this project but will it meet the needs of local residents. Will it really be affordable?

Anonymous
2 months ago

doubt it will be affordable with all that tacky ornamentation all over it

Anonymous
2 months ago

“tacky ornamentation?”

Well I guess you haven’t driving around Miami in a long time?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Of course not.