Wynwood 29 Near Construction Permit, With A New Design By Arquitectonica

Related Group and Metro 1 are now finalizing a construction permit for a project called Wynwood 29.

The project was resubmitted to the Urban Development Review Board earlier this year with a new design by Arquitectonica.

The UDRB comments included asking for a clear connection between the two project blocks that are across the street from each other, with either a bridge or landscaping and pavement design.

The board also asked the developer to consider breaking up the massing of the walls with some other visual shadow relief, and to consider a richer material other than the stucco.

Two buildings are being built – 12 stories (178 feet) and 8 stories, on opposite sides of the street.

Wynwood 29 will include:

  • 248 apartments (starting at 464 square feet)
  • 26,651 square feet of retail
  • 372 parking spaces

Painted murals will cover the rear side of the building and the parking garage.

A construction permit was filed for in May and is moving through the approval process as of this week.

A utilities agreement for water and sewer service was signed with the county in August.

Lennar’s Wynwood Green project is under construction next door.

PRH Cho Dragon Wynwood, LLC is the developer. The company is a joint effort between Related Group and Metro 1.

 

 

 

The old design by Arquitectonica, now scrapped:

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Anonymous
10 months ago

Hehhh.. I kinda like the old design a little better, but, what the heck, I’m okay with either one.

On with the construction.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Old design was so Miami. New design is so Chicago brick.

Shawn Kouri
10 months ago

this is definitely going to improve the area. More activity is coming.

Anonymous
10 months ago

I think the new design is classier and better fits the area. The ok’d design was better for a high rise downtown.

eymay
10 months ago

This new design is refreshing to see. The old design looks like any other boxy building in miami. At least this one adds something new with the red coloring and industrial look

Alpina
10 months ago

Much better design and love the idea of not using stucco.

Anonymous
10 months ago

This belongs in NoMa, DC.

Anonymous
10 months ago

It’s not that bad….

Anonymous
10 months ago

It’s the brick and big black window panes for me

Anonymous
10 months ago

The old design is significantly better looking…

Anonymous G
10 months ago

I do like the old design better but this new one isn’t bad at all. Good to hear it is moving through the approval process. Hopefully ground breaking and General Contractor will be announced soon.

Anonymous
10 months ago

look like brooklyn

Anonymous
10 months ago

Damn, Wynwood lookin’ NICE!

Anonymous
10 months ago

Looks awesome! Hope to see fancy restaurants with industrial decor

Anonymous
10 months ago

The old design is much much better, and fits in with Miami.
The new red design color is a more older north eastern looking design.

J.
10 months ago

Ewwww no. How boring. The new design belongs in Chicago or DC.

Anonymous
10 months ago

old design >>>

Azarius
10 months ago

Will Miami 29th be the future New York 57th?

Anonymous
10 months ago

No. Not even close

Anonymous
10 months ago

We shouldn’t expect any 1400ft talk buildings on 29th street.

Anonymous
10 months ago

The world famous Miami proposal degradation, proposal 4 will be a concrete box.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Too much car parking.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Too much whining about “too much car parking.”

Anonymous
10 months ago

He’s right. Too much parking

Anonymous
10 months ago

Not everyone living and going there wants to ride a scooter.