Wynwood 25 Micro-Unit Project To Break Ground Next Week

Construction is about to begin on Wynwood 25.

East End Capital and Related Group have scheduled a groundbreaking ceremony for July 10, according to The Real Deal.

The developers obtained a $57.9 million construction loan from Bank of The Ozarks.

The project will include 289 micro-units, ranging in size from 400 to 1,200 square feet. Prices will start at about $1,400 per month. There will also be 31,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and 340 parking spaces.

Kobi Karp is the architect.

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Anonymous
4 years ago

looks really sharp…and helps to create better urban environment by adding residents to area….lucky stiffs will be right next to concrete brewery…..

Anonymous
4 years ago

J Wakefield is better 😛

Anonymous
4 years ago

Great..bring people to live in Wynwood!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

and when it was done Brad turned to Chad as they stroked their thick beards and sipped on Panther coffee and said…. WTF are we doing here, man ?

Anonymous
4 years ago

awesome!!!

Mondocondo
4 years ago

Time to find the next wynwood

Anonymous
4 years ago

Wynwood baby!

William
4 years ago

400 SqFt studios are not micro in my opinion. I wonder if this means? Are there floorplans?

B Dub
4 years ago

And $1400/mo for it sure isn’t a micro rent

Anonymous
4 years ago

I’m not a fan of the horizontal window stripes bulging outward, but the interior courtyard area not shown on these renders is very nice.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Nice Urban Concept……

Anonymous
4 years ago

Starting at $1,400/month for a starting size of 400sq ft? Daaang, I got to start raising my tenant

Anonymous
4 years ago

I love the dark tones.It will surely contrast with all the greys and pastels of Miami

Anonymous
4 years ago

overpriced…you could rent a sizable 1bed/1 bath blocks away on nw2nd ave for 1000$…with parking..but that dark color scheme reminiscent of some brutalist architecture is different for miami

Anonymous
4 years ago

where else would you live on nw 2nd?

suomynona
4 years ago

Love the project. Hate the size-to-price ratio. I second Wakefield being better; that’s an *easy* call.