Wynwood Haus Applies For Construction Permit And FAA Height Approval

Wynwood Haus is moving forward with construction permitting.

The tower is planned to rise 20 stories.

Developers TSG Group and Lineaire Group filed for a construction permit in December, and are asking the city for an expedited life and safety review. The plans are still being reviewed.

The permit lists an estimated hard construction cost of $52,008,076.

There will be 224 apartments and 5,375 square feet of ground floor commercial space in a 20-story tower, according to the permit. There will also be 222 parking spaces, according to a previous filing with the planning department.

Lineaire Construction is listed as the contractor.

The FAA application was submitted on February 1, and lists a height for the building of 222 feet above ground, or 232 feet above sea level.

The developers also recently agrees to make a payment to the Miami-Dade School Board for concurrency.

Corwil is the architect.

 

 


 

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Anonymous
8 months ago

I thought Wynwood was north of 20th

Anonymous
8 months ago

it is, people just want to claim it. I’ve seen places on 7th ave claiming they’re in wynwood or midtown.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Wynwood does have a notch down on some maps, but that side of N Miami is Edgewater or Omni.

Anonymous
8 months ago

It used to be called “Miramar” before some crummy city n Broward County and label-happy planners plastered layers of imaginary neighborhoods and districts over each other (Arts & Entertainment District, Town Square, Omni, etc.).

Anonymous
8 months ago

Why on earth does a 200 foot condo east of I95 need FAA approval?

Anonymous
8 months ago

Bro, that FAA approval shit for buildings that’s only this tall has always boogled my mlnd.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Nice infill I guess. Would prefer closer to 30 stories for this area. Get some density going.

Anonymous
8 months ago

I wouldn’t want a north facing apartment there.

Anonymous
8 months ago

I know, me too. the cemetery view is not the best.

Anonymous
8 months ago

I know someone who works there too and he even does a certain kind of tour through it…

Anonymous
8 months ago

You’ll have to really look down at that height, otherwise it’s a nice view of Biscayne Park behind it.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Great looking industrial design, perfect for the location.

Azarius
8 months ago

Yes this area desperately needs development between 17th St. and 20th St. Let’s not be afraid of height in this area as well, at least 36 stories

Anonymous
8 months ago

Yes!! Density❤️

Anonymous G
8 months ago

Not bad at all. Excited for Wynwood’s future

Anonymous
8 months ago

It’s not Wynwood.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Looks ok but why the heck they couldn’t do the same thing to that blank wall as they did on the other side?

Anonymous
8 months ago

sure

Anonymous
8 months ago

Does anybody know if something was proposed to be built on that large piece of land by the cemetery? So much land there you could build pretty much anything!

Anonymous
8 months ago

suppose to be a hotel but they went bankrupt or something

Anonymous
8 months ago

Does anyone what the plan for the GIANT lot to the east of this project is?

Anonymous
8 months ago

suppose to be a hotel but they went bankrupt or something

Anonymous
8 months ago

That development name would be better for a gated community

Anonymous
8 months ago

No, a gated community would be Wynwood Hills on land flat as a pancake. “Haus” exemplifies Wynwood’s tryhard edge.

Anonymous
8 months ago

This is a good project, this is right on the corner of the new midtown metro mover station line

Anonymous
8 months ago

No it’s not.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Yes it is dude