WNWD21 Breaks Ground In Wynwood, 304 Luxury Rental Apartments Planned

Construction is now underway at WNWD21.

The luxury development will have 304 rental apartments, 18,000 square feet of retail, and 63,000 square feet of office upon completion in 2024.

 

 

RELATED GROUP, ROCKPOINT BREAK GROUND ON CLASS-A, MIXED-USE PROJECT IN THE HEART OF WYNWOOD

The newly commenced WNWD21 offers 304 rental apartments as well as high-end retail and office space

MIAMI (Dec. 15, 2022) – Leading developer Related Group (Related), in partnership with private equity firm, Rockpoint, today broke ground on WNWD21, a new luxury mixed-use tower consisting of 304 apartments, more than 18,000 square feet of retail, and 63,000 square feet of office space. Located in the heart of the Wynwood neighborhood, at the intersection of 22nd and North Miami Avenue, the project features architecture by South Florida-based Cohen Freedman Encinosa & Associates Architects and interior designs from iddi Design. Beauchamp Construction Company is spearheading construction, with completion expected for the third quarter of 2024.

“When I first started coming to the area in the early 2010’s, it was immediately clear there was something special happening,” said Jon Paul Perez, President of Related Group. “People visited Wynwood in masses and loved taking photos in front of the street art, and hanging out with friends – but there was simply no residential product. When we broke ground on our first residential project in the area, Wynwood 25, we made a big bet that those same people would want to live here full time. Today, Wynwood is one of the city’s most desirable places to live. It’s amazing to see how far the neighborhood has come.”

Located just miles from Miami’s downtown and beautiful sand beaches, WNWD21 offers residential and commercial tenants an opportunity to live and play in the center of it all. Once known exclusively for its street art and rich culinary offerings, Wynwood is now among the fastest growing residential markets in Greater Miami with more than 1,737 units in the pipeline. For Related, who now have more than 1,398 units in the area, this demand is exactly what they expected when they first entered Wynwood in 2017.

The latest in a string of highly successful Wynwood projects for Related, WNWD21 is made up of two, 12-story structures as well as a seven-story garage with more than 500 parking spaces. Unit layouts include studio, one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, with square footage ranging from the low 500’s to more than 1,300 square feet.

Once complete, residents will have access to a full suite of resort-style amenities, including an expansive rooftop pool deck, state-of-the-art health and wellness facilities, including a spa and sauna; private theater and music room, resident-only dining room, coworking space and a curated collection of museum quality art. Surrounding the property is a vibrant, conveniently walkable community home to art galleries, luxury boutiques, eclectic bars, five-star restaurants and the world-famous Wynwood Walls.

Additional Related-led projects in the Wynwood area include the ultra-luxurious NoMad Residences, Wynwood, a 329-unit hospitality infused condominium; as well as The Dorsey, a newly opened, 306-unit luxury rental.

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Anon
1 month ago

Every Wynwood proposal is starting to look the same.

subcommadante marcio
1 month ago

lookin like community college buildings in san diego……..

anon
1 month ago

There are many developers and architects involved in Wynwood. It’s not just one architect….

Brooklyn
1 month ago

cheap commoditized archicture

Anonymous
1 month ago

A lot of people downvoted me last week when I posted something like what you said. Sadly, it is true.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I once said they need to go to at least 15 or 20 stories on some of these projects to break up the monotony and was down voted for saying it.

Go figure…

Melo, the true giga chad
1 month ago

They’re moving fast on this one. We need about 100 of these in wynwood with public transit leading to downtown.

melo cheerleader for tea
1 month ago

hittin the sim city sizzrup this morning???

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well it’s right next to railroad tracks. You don’t need to extend Metromover and ruin streets with massive flyovers.

duh
1 month ago

Yes. God forbid we “ruin streets”. Wouldn’t want to “ruin” them with elevated rail and pedestrian infrastructure – that would be just awful..

smh…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Didn’t you know?.. he’s the – “flyover” – man, lol….

Anonymous
1 month ago

it’s good to see development in the southern part of wynwood , lots of empty lots on this area

Jose
1 month ago

Perfect size building

MINDSET
1 month ago

Ehhh…100ft taller would look better to me.

melo'd crypto chad
1 month ago

perez airbnb’s and eateries…..coming soon

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wynwood lost his artsy character. All the art gallery moving to allapattah and littke river. Stick with all fancy restaurants and pathetic night clubs. In ten years greedy developers will chase the artists one more tome.

Ride the Tiger
1 month ago

Don’t understand why there can’t be a district in Miami built in traditional architectural styles. hire a trusted firm from paris or amsterdam or geneva or something and just let them do their thing on a run-down part of town occupied with more vacant warehouses than buildings. People would flock in droves just to get away from the strip malls. That’s pretty much a lot of the current appeal of SoBe, Villa Vizcaya.

Sure these developments are good infill and all, and I don’t mean to be the type aimlessly whining “this ugly” to everything without expressing what I actually want. But I don’t think anyone actually from Miami ever liked these ‘progressive’ boxes, even if they do slap on their bright rainbows or britto art on the walls. And for anyone saying “ugh that outside style wouldn’t fit in Miami” well that never stopped the ugly as sin soviet Brutalist style from popping up all over (look up North Miami’s city hall.) In fact 1920s-60s downtown Miami used to have plenty of classic style buildings lost to time and memory and a lot better looking than some of the stuff getting the ‘historic’ designation.

Hilarious!
1 month ago

“what I actually want?”

Look, are you making sense.. yessss.

Does that matter in Miami.. nooooo.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Who needs a Pollo Tropical Architecture District?

Go marlins
1 month ago

There is already an entire city that has the mandated architecture you are looking for in Miami, and it’s quite large. Coral gables. Look at their new Lowe’s hotel development just off the mile. It’s a modern Venetian master piece.

Ride the Tiger
1 month ago

Coral Gables is a fair compromise, but wouldn’t it be interesting to see the idea taken a step further somewhere else in the county?

Elpit Onaso
1 month ago

knowing Related, they are probably gonna charge $2500 for a 400sq ft studio haha