Wynwood 25 Has Topped Off, First Big Project In Area

East End Capital and The Related Group have celebrated the top off of Wynwood 25, the first large-scale project in Wynwood.

Completion is scheduled for summer 2019.

“This top-out brings us one step closer to achieving our vision of bringing top-tier living options to Miami’s most creative and artistic neighborhood,” said Jon Paul Perez, Vice President of The Related Group. “We expect Wynwood 25 to not only set the standard of living for the area, but also serve as a catalyst for the neighborhood’s next chapter. We look forward to a successful delivery next summer.”

The 400,000 square foot mixed-use development will include 289 rental apartments, 31,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and 340 parking spaces.

Wynwood 25 will predominantly feature studio and one-bedroom apartments, all equipped with 10′ to 12’ ceilings, luxurious kitchens and bathrooms, and full-sized washer/dryers. Residents will be able to enjoy a rooftop pool, rooftop barbecue area, rooftop movie lounge, bike room, EV car-charging stations, a large state-of-the-art fitness center with yoga studio, a 12,000-square-foot green courtyard, and dog wash facilities, among other amenities.

Construction is also progressing with The Wynwood Annex, a separate adjacent building which will consist of 47,000 square feet of leasable office space, with suites ranging from 5,500 to 7,200 square feet. The Annex is nearly half-way complete with four of its eight stories already finished. Also, slated for a summer 2019 completion, the building will offer tenants on-site parking, a rooftop outdoor space, a covered outdoor conference center and access to Wynwood 25’s fitness center and rooftop pool.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s amazing how fast and far Wynwood has come…just shows how strong the demand is here and how developers are building to reflect the changing needs of the consumer, great project!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Burglary bait.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is a beautiful project.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Thanks for covering and being a legit news site. The Real Deal has a policy of not covering groundbreakings, top-off, construction loan closings, sales success – its really disgusting and a manipulation of the real estate market news down here. I get the best news here – The Real Deal is the TMZ of real estate news. So lame.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Whoa, whoa, whoa!!! TMZ isn’t THAT bad.

Anonymous
2 years ago

One is not better than the other. Both have major flaws in content.
TNM just has the Comment section with the always amusing ANTI-PARKING GROUP and of course, the best Architectural and Urban design Critics the city has to offer.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Try working in public relations and see for yourself!

Anonymous
2 years ago

summer 2019 completation ? This project isn’t massive why would installing wiring, drywall and painting the inside take a year.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Because they are the ones building the thing so they must know, not you.

Anonymous
2 years ago

All these building restriction held the area back all these years!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

That and there was nothing but factories and warehouses for 120 years.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It would be nice if David built the stadium in Wynwood… does anybody else agree??

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yep and with a metromover station inside of it extended from school board station.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They need to send the Marlins to Orlando or somewhere else in Florida and repurpose that stadium because who GAF about baseball here? Am I right? What a waste.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You Right! but actually we did care for sometime, until Marlins Ownership shafted us after two championships and also, with a bit of help from our local Commissioners, we paid for an Ugly Useless stadium…
I wish we had Vision like the people in Atlanta that built the The Mercedes-Benz Stadium…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Lmao luxury around the corner from the projects smh

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami’s new ghetto, the poor millennial ghetto.

Suomynona
2 years ago

Huh?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Poor Millennial???
Where the rich millennial live, Kendall or Pembroke Pines?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Brickell, Miami Beach. Coral Gables, Aventura, Sunny Isles, etc. etc

Anonymous
2 years ago

Aventura, Coral Gables, Sunny Isles, and Miami Miami Beach… I didn’t know the 80’s were back.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Umm, some of us born in 1982 that are classified as “Millenials” are now pushing 35, 36…at that point in life if you are struggling you must not have went to a good grad school or really took a lame admin job. Sorry.