Wynwood Green & Gateway At Wynwood Continue Construction With Residential, Office, & Retail (Photos)

In booming Wynwood, construction continues on two major projects nearly across the street from each other.

Wynwood Green will include 189 apartment units and ground floor commercial space. It is being developed by Lennar.

Gateway at Wynwood will include 220,000 square feet of class A office space and ground floor commercial space.

 

(photos: Aaron DeMayo)

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Anonymous
1 day ago

Now we need Metromover and burying the power lines.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Midtown needs at least two Metro mover stops

Anonymous
1 day ago

yup and that lot where walmart was suppose to go could have a station

Anonymous
1 day ago

Pointless to bury the power lines if Metromover spoils any potential for any street going right over it.

Anonymous
1 day ago

What a difference from five years ago

Anonymous
1 day ago

Yes.. and there are still areas in those pictures that can and should be redeveloped.

Anonymous
1 day ago

I see these projects made improvments to the streetscape in their project limits.. right?

Anonymous
1 day ago

What streets are these projects at?

Don
1 day ago

29th and N. Miami Ave

Anonymous
1 day ago

Density❤️❤️❤️

Anonymous
1 day ago

Any office leases signed at Gateway?

Azarius
1 day ago

The has really activated this area. The streets are going to be real active soon. Now we need the woofers and more development in Wynwood Norte to bridge everything together

Don
1 day ago

Interesting that Related has a .75 acre parcel to the south. Wonder what they could feasibly build there

Anonymous
1 day ago

Really going to activate 29th st

Vilatic
1 day ago

WINwood

Anonymous
1 day ago

There, see.. for all you people who’re whining about those gawd awful outside loud music establishments having to go indoors now in Wynwood because the area is going through so much redevelopment, tell the truth, what TNM is showing looks so much better and it doesn’t really hurt, does it?

Anonymous
1 day ago

There is no more room in Brickell to build, so Wynwood was the next location. I don’t know who is going to live in all these new buildings…or where all the low incomes residents are going to be displaced too.

Anonymous
1 day ago

who cares?

Anonymous
1 day ago

Just keep paying attention and you’ll see these new buildings fill up with residents. And stop acting like you care about displaced low income residents because every time a trailer park is sold and the people who live there have to get out, you can care less about them.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Wynwood and Brickell are apples and oranges, and there’s still plenty of space in West Brickell, as well as the CBD and historic core to develop, Mana’s slum holdings aside.

NYC Loves Miami
1 day ago

Don’t you worry. Us New Yorkers will gladly fill up some of those buildings.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Can’t wait!!!

Anonymous
1 minute ago

Low income renters?
Or low income owners?
The low income owners dont have to leave if they do not want to.
If they want to, they sell their property for 10x and buy another place.