Wynwood Aerial Photo Tour: Here Are Some Of The Projects Under Construction In Miami’s Hottest Neighborhood

Wynwood is Miami’s hottest neighborhood, with dozens of construction projects in the area.

Earlier this year, The Next Miami compiled a list of the 21 biggest projects planned or under construction in the neighborhood.

Since then, the list has only grown, with newly announced projects including The Collective, 29N, and what a developer says will be Miami’s most technologically advanced office campus.

New aerial photographs show just how extensive construction is in the area.

The under-construction projects that can be seen captured in the images below by Aaron Demayo include:

All of the above projects also include retail.

Still others are under construction nearby, but didn’t make it into these pictures.

Arlo, Wynwood Square, and The Dorsey have also been photographed separately. We’ll post those photos soon.

 

Wynwod Green in the foreground. Behind it is Wynwood 29, Wynwood 28, and Wynwood 27:

(photos: Aaron Demayo)

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POLO
1 month ago

A new city within a city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

A city with no grocery store or pharmacy…

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m sure that’s coming..

Anonymous
1 month ago

No grocery no pharmacy and no fleamarket.we need a flea market at wynwood so it can be a real neighborhood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

We need a super-Waltmart in Wynwood!

Anonymous
1 month ago

That ship sailed, thankfully. I assume you weren’t around ten years ago.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes, so fat cholas and their seven s**tspawn can eat croquetas and buy counterfeit clothing, right?

Anonymous
1 month ago

“we need a flea market at wynwood so it can be a real neighborhood”

Yeah.. high tech jobs, meet flea markets…

lol…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ever heard of Target and Trader Joe’s in Midtown? Frankly, you’ll be the first to complain about a Publix opening.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They should put a metrorail station here.

Anonymous
1 month ago

How?
Metrorail goes west to the Civic Center

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s gonna get metromover and the new northeast commuter line

305 donk rider
1 month ago

Metromover from school board station is the best option.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Metromover cars are donkey carts, donk rider.

Azarius
1 month ago

The monorail is being extended to midtown and south beach

Azarius
1 month ago

**monomover

eymay
1 month ago

metromover 🤣

Anonymous
1 month ago

At least a Tri-Rail Coastal Link stop.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Love this site! You guys ROCK!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Where is Mana’s Sidewalk Labs/Asia Trade Center project? Trump has been out of office for a while so you can’t blame him anymore Mana.

Azarius
1 month ago

Frfr

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s would be the Governor’s fault for not keeping the State in an arbitrary perpetual lockdown and bending the knee to Chicoms, or the Mayor for not entertaining Mana’s mutilated microprick enough by inviting him to conferences with people who actually build.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Mana wanted flip all his land to Evergrande through establishing connections with his “Asia Trade Center,” but it’s all big bad Orange Man’s fault for ruining his game-changing, iconic, and grand “plans.”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Up, up and away!

Azarius
1 month ago

These buildings will have some of the best views of downtown miami

305 donk rider
1 month ago

They’re plenty of buildings about to start south of them, so no. It does make wynwood more walkable at night.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Brickell has the best views of downtown.
They look north, bright and crisp with sun behind you
From Wynwood you look south and it’s more hazy and sun in your face.
Don’t believe me?
Test it yourself.

Azarius
1 month ago

From Brickell you can’t see the full layout of the city, here there are low buildings where you’ll be able to seee the actual skyline of downtown. Pics 4-7 shows what I’m trying to state.

Anonymous
1 month ago

From Brickell I can see Russia from my house.

Anonymous
1 month ago

From my poorly-designed Related/Arquitectonica condo, I can see you taking a s**t from my juxtaposed balcony looking directly into your bathroom.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Maybe it’s because of new construction/demolition but certain parts of Wynwood feel emptier lately

Anonymous
1 month ago

Even with that list and the photos provided, we still see many, many, vacant lots just waiting for development.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So much land in Wynwood! Keep building!

Anonymous
1 month ago

They need some sort of light rail on the 29th Street corridor to connect the Midtown with the metro rail on NW 12th Ave.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Watch people on here complain about another mode of transit, as if something that isn’t on a flyover destroying any potential for streetscapes it runs along is worse than no good transit at all.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Dude, give it a rest. The MetroRail and MetroMover both have been in place for at 35 years and over. That’s probably before you were born or just a little boy running around in Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

aerial pics look awful, I hope the buildings look better at the pedestrian level.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Haha.. a “Pretty Policeman.”

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Guy I walk through it all the time, its not that bad to walk.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Keep the art spirit in wynwood. Don’t forget that artists transform this neighborhood in what is today.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Changing neighborhoods work both ways. Already, Allapattah is becoming like old Wynwood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Gee.. and all this time I thought it was the merchandising warehouses back in day that transformed it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

D
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Anonymous
1 month ago

Also the one on north Miami ave and 23rd street is topped off and many more are about to start

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love driving on I-95 and seeing how different Wynwood looks now.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What is the demo for these apartment buildings, is it young professionals, probably those relocating from NY or SF? Either way, great to see more development across Miami that DOESNT include Brickell!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I live here. Traffic is already a nightmare

Anonymous
1 month ago

Move

Anonymous
1 month ago

No.. he/she would rather live in a growing city and complain.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Walk or biking. It’s simple.

Anonymous
1 month ago

These developments are great, but MAJOR improvements need to be made at the pedestrian level asap. Walking around the neighborhood is so difficult when there’s so much clutter on the narrow sidewalks with all the utility poles and other neglected infrastructure. Even driving through Wynwood can feel so chaotic with the lack of traffic lights, designated crosswalks, road markings, and just overall poor street design.

Anonymous
1 month ago

WYN Winning!

JFM
1 month ago

Okay, but, no skyscrapers? If so, then this is a total waste of an excellent area for very tall buildings. And the fact that is so close to downtown Miami, Biscayne Boulevard, the Civic Center, and so many other great urban metropolis like areas. What a waste of some great potential there to help turn Miami into a really amazing looking city of the future. And why is it that all of these Miami neighborhoods that are so close to downtown Miami, but are either located west of downtown, or west of Biscayne Boulevard, like Wynwood is, are not being allowed to have skyscrapers, like in New York City(Manhattan) where they have them throughout many of their urban neighborhoods? Who is the person, or group of people, that are responsible for making those types of decisions? Anyway, if things were different in that city, maybe Little Havana today would have had it’s own one hundred floors skyscraper. Probably built around the area of West Flagler street, and twelve avenue. There is some great potential, and a great location there for a skyscraper that tall. And, it would still be close to downtown Miami. The problem with Miami, is that it is so far behind all of the world class cities, and it needs to grow. It needs to expand, especially it’s downtown. But instead, the people that are running the city, do not have a great vision of how that city needs to be, and how it needs to look like in the future. The city leaders of Miami, lack that vision.