Wynwood 27 & Wynwood 28 Break Ground With 152 Apartments, Office, & Retail

Kushner Companies and Block Capital Group broke ground today on a project in Wynwood.

Wynwood 27 and Wynwood 28 began construction after obtaining an $80 million construction loan, according to The Real Deal.

In total, the combined projects will include:

  • 152 apartments
  • 46,000 square feet of office space
  • 33,500 square feet of retail
  • 232 parking spaces

Wynwood 28 includes a 5 story multi-family building over ground-floor commercial on the south side of the property. The north side will have an 8 story building with ground floor commercial, with a parking garage above, and 3 levels of office over the garage. The project address is 127 NW 27 Street.

Wynwood 28 will include 40 residential apartments, ranging in size from 510 to 665 square feet. There will also be 47,025 square feet of office, 15,880 square feet of retail, and 232 parking spaces.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

Wynwood 27 will be a 5-story building, with 26,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space and 112 apartments on the upper four floors. The address is 129 NW 26 Street.

The construction permit for Wynwood 27 lists the hard cost of construction at $20,045,000.

Beauchamp is the contractor for both projects.

 

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Anonymous
10 days ago

Meanwhile mana…….

Anonymous
10 days ago

… ain’t doing JACK!

Anonymous
10 days ago

Cranes on every Wynwood block.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Good.. a gigantic makeover for Miami will do wonders.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Not until electric lines get buried. It will still look third worldish.
It must be demanded from developers. Forget half parking and demand underground utility lines

Anonymous
9 days ago

Those electric wires are the responsibility of the city and county, not the developers.

Azarius
6 days ago

Local board tried to push the cost off on Mana

Anonymous
9 days ago

Japan must be third worldish as it littered with power lines amongst its densest cities/neighborhoods. While I think the city should prioritize burying lines where possible, there are downsides to having buried lines. When flooding hits, water intrusion into the lines can cause major havoc. Further, when trying to service problems with a particular line, you’d have a difficult and costly endeavor to locate and dig up the problem area. I’m all for burying them when feasible, but I understand it’s not as clear cut as it may appear.

Azarius
10 days ago

That area is real active now with more residential than ever. Metro rail needs to happen ASAP. It’s only right!

Anonymous
10 days ago

It will never be Metrorail. Metromover, si, since it’s actually planned.

Anonymous
10 days ago

its not plan, just talked about. it be plan when theres a contractor being paid

Anonymous
10 days ago

Even more reasons for a metromover expansion

Anonymous
10 days ago

Wynwood is becoming our own “Brooklyn”.

Azarius
10 days ago

Soho/Tribeca

Anonymous
9 days ago

Central Harlem❤️

Anonymous
10 days ago

no, it is Wynwood.

NYC Loves Miami
10 days ago

I’m a beach guy, but I think Wynwood will be the coolest neighborhood 5 – 10 years for sure.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Now all we need is the Metromover extension to Wynwood

Anonymous
10 days ago

Downtown 1st has commenced foundation work

Anonymous
10 days ago

The Melo Group are not Land Bankers.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Wynwood in 5 years will be amazing

Anonymous
10 days ago

This is the change we’ve all been waiting for.

Anonymous
10 days ago

It already is amazing via its murals (arguably the largest collection of outdoor murals in the world).

Anonymous
10 days ago

Need a fact check on that

Anonymous
10 days ago

Love it!

Anonymous
10 days ago

Gorgeous

Anonymous
10 days ago

kushner companies investing big in south florida i hope they keep it up

Anonymous
10 days ago

It’s interesting when you think about a $20M cost. They are making a lot of money here on sales and rent in the future. Hire me

Anonymous
10 days ago

Half of Wynwood 28 is a 1960s office building squatting over a parking garage with some metal and “/’s…” Lame. The rest looks pretty solid.

Anonymous
10 days ago

How can anyone live in a 500-600 sq.ft. apartment? It’s like a Days Inn room with a kitchenette.

Anonymous
10 days ago

If people can live on the streets, they can live in a 500-600 sq.ft. apartment.

Anonymous
10 days ago

I don’t live on the streets so I can’t

Anonymous
10 days ago

500-600 Sq.Ft will work for singles or young couples with no kids.

Anonymous
10 days ago

That makes for a decent studio apartment, not much more though.

Anonymous
10 days ago

I lived in a 300 sq ft apt for 5 years. It can be done. It sure as heck beat having to have some loser roommate to live with in a larger apartment.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Heck, there are a lot of people right now who have been living in their car for months!

Anonymous
9 days ago

Boy, you can’t speak the truth on this site, if you do, you’ll get “thumbed down” or “comment awaiting approval” flagged.

Anonymous
9 days ago

I’ve noticed this myself.

Azarius
8 days ago

Only problem I have with this is rent isn’t cheaper they end up charging more for less space quoting amenities which is straight bs. Like now $2500 1/1 650sqft in Wynwood when I can get $2000 800sqft in Downtown/Brickell. Big companies are moving away from ppl actually owning thing which is VERY BAD long term. Kills assets to wealth.