In Wynwood, An Arquitectonica-Designed Brick Office Building Is Now Under Construction

Now under construction: Cube Wynwood.

The project will have a brick exterior – unusual for the area.

It is the first new office building being built in Wynwood, with about 80,000 square feet of leasable space planned.

There will also be a rooftop terrace, and 11,400 square feet of ground floor retail and restuarant.

The office space is 27 percent pre-leased, with a shared office called Spaces signing on for 24,000 square feet, according to The Real Deal.

Arquitectonica is the architect. RedSky Capital is the developer.

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Yohan Perez
3 years ago

Wynwood is popping on Saturdays but dead rest of the week. Yet the prices there are skyrocketing. How can a business be it retail, cafe, restaurant, bar or nightclub survive on one good day a week?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Idk I go to wynwood on Sunday

Suomynona
3 years ago

I go during the week and always see people walking around

Anonymous
3 years ago

Try going on a Friday

Anonymous
3 years ago

whatever happened to the Wynwood Plant project?

bitg
3 years ago

i love it

Anonymous
3 years ago

Nice scale and design for the area, will have more people walking around during the day time.

Suomynona
3 years ago

I don’t mind new, larger scale construction like this in Wynwood.

But why on earth would you not incorporate some blank walls on the building for local street artists to use? You’re completely missing out on the essence of Wynwood.

Anonymous
3 years ago

That ship is sailing away for Wynwood. The neighborhood will be cleaned up with the coming wave of gentrification by yuppies replacing hipsters.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Nice brick, ugly irregular window placement.

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

Now, Let’s hear from the Architectonica haters …..

Spell Check
3 years ago

Let’s hear it from the people that can’t spell “Arquitectonica”

Anonymous
3 years ago

Lol… hey, he loves “archytectures!”

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

So little sense of humor! I should use a new name like, Sarchastic, but still people won’t get it!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Ok, it’s just plain Ugly. With the exceptions of the colorful blinds, this square box belongs in Oklahoma City.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So much for people friendly scale…

Anonymous
3 years ago

I’ve never heard that before… so the height of a building should be nice to people?

Anonymous
3 years ago

It must be nice to be so complacent that you use your ignorance as a basis for insulting others. Bravo!

Hello
3 years ago

Everyone that voted you up doesn’t understand what OP was getting at. There is in fact psychology behind building height and after a certain height it is less “nice to people.” The general consensus is nothing above 5 stories. This doesn’t apply to metro downtown areas though but to the feeling of place and neighborhood. Educate yourself.