These Are The 21 Major Wynwood Projects Planned Or Under Construction In 2021

Wynwood – one of the hottest neighborhoods in Miami – is about to be transformed with thousands of residential units, hotel rooms, office and retail projects.

To help you track it, we’ve created a list of the 21 major project currently planned or under construction, in 2021.

All of these projects missed our list of the 21 tallest buildings under construction in Miami in 2021, due to Wynwood’s height limit.

To narrow down the list, we’ve only included the very biggest projects. That excludes some large and exciting retail projects, for example.

Also excluded are the many projects that are just outside the Wynwood line, including those in Midtown Miami and Edgewater

Here is the list:

1. Society Wynwood

Society was submitted to the Wynwood Design Review Committee in December 2020.

It will include 326 residential units and 41,258 square feet of retail.

Completion is scheduled for summer 2022.

PMG and Greybrook are the developers.

2. PRH N. Miami

This untitled project was submitted to the Wynwood Design Review Committee in December 2020.

It will include 317 residential units, 60,400 square feet of office, and 22,700 square feet of retail.

Related Group is the developer.

3. The Dorsey

The Dorsey is under construction with 306 apartments, 35,000 square feet of retail, and 70,000 square feet of office planned.

Groundbreaking took place in December 2020.

Related Group, Alex Karakhanian’s LNDMRK, and Scott Sherman’s Tricera Capital are the developers.

4. AMLI Wynwood

AMLI Wynwood will include 316 apartments and 30,596 square feet of retail.

The project was submitted to the Wynwood Design Review Committee in December 2020.

A contractor has already been selected, with completion scheduled for 2023.

AMLI is the developer.

5. Foyer Wynwood (2400 N. Miami Ave)

Foyer Wynwood will include 236 apartments, 7,497 square feet of restaurant, and 12,528 square feet of retail.

The project is in construction permitting and was reviewed by the Urban Development Review Board in July 2020.

East End Capital is the developer.

6. The Oasis

The Oasis will include an outdoor food hall, 17,000 square feet of retail, and 20,000 square feet of space (occupied by Spotify).

Construction on this project is nearly complete.

Carpe Real Estate Partners is the developer.

7. Kushner Wynwood (untitled)

Kushner Company is planning to build a 150-unit residential project with ground floor retail.

Groundbreaking is expected in the first quarter of 2021, the developer said recently.

8. Gateway at Wynwood

Gateway at Wynwood will include 220,000 square feet of class A office space, and 25,900 square feet of retail space.

Construction is underway and contractors topped off this tower in November 2020.

Rose & Berg Realty Group is the developer.

9. Strata Wynwood (formerly Wynwood Square)

Strata will include 257 apartment units, 60,000 square feet of office, and 27,000 square feet of retail.

The project is under construction and has topped off.

Cim Group is the developer.

10. Arlo Wynwood

Arlo Wynwood will include 217 pod hotel rooms, ground floor restaurants and bars, and an 8,000 square foot “hidden” music venue.

Construction began in January 2021.

11. Wynwood Green

Wynwood Green will include 189 apartments and 16,768 square feet of commercial.

Vertical construction is underway.

Lennar is the developer.

12. 545Wyn

545Wyn will include 298,000 square feet of office and 26,000 square feet of retail.

Construction is nearly complete, after topping off in November 2019.

Sterling Bay is the developer.

13. Wynwood 29

Wynwood 29 will include 248 apartments and 26,651 square feet of retail.

A construction permit is now being processed.

Related Group and Metro 1 are the developers.

14. Wynwood 28

Wynwood 28 is planned to include 40 residential apartments, 47,025 square feet of office, and 15,880 square feet of retail.

The project was submitted to the UDRB in February 2020.

Block Capital is the developer.

15. 2500 N. Miami Ave

2500 N. Miami Ave is planned to include 99,000 square feet of office and 5,704 square feet of retail.

The project was submitted to the UDRB in March 2020.

East End Capital is the Developer.

16. Wynwood Haus

Wynwood Haus is planned to include 224 residential units and 5,204 square feet of ground floor commercial space.

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board reviewed the plans in February 2020.

TSG Group and Lineaire Group are the developers.

17. Wynwood Quartier (Diesel)

The project is planned to include 6 buildings with residential, hotel, and retail units, including a Diesel Living condo.

Bel-Invest is the developer.

18. Quarters

The project will include 200 furnished co-living apartments, and 3,600 square feet of retail.

The project was announced in February 2020.

W5 Group LLC and Related Group are the developers.

19. One Eleven Wynwood

One Eleven Wynwood Hotel will include 72 hotel suites managed by Sonder, 6,000 square feet of retail, and a rooftop restaurant.

The project was announced in December 2019.

The developers are BH Investment Group, Hogg Holdings and Eduardo Vargas.

20. Shepherd Eco Hotel

Shepherd Eco is proposed to include 150 hotel rooms, 48 residential units, a ground floor restaurant and a rooftop bar.

Construction will begin later this year.

21. Wynwood Train Station

A train station on the Brightline tracks is planned by Miami-Dade after being lobbied for by area business groups.

Honorable mention goes to Mana Wynwood. The Americas-Asia Trade Center & International Financial Center was announced years ago for the property, but plans still haven’t been submitted.

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Anonymous
7 days ago

Impressive list. Thanks TNM for your work!

Anonymous G
6 days ago

Yes thank you TNM for the work. Much appreciated!

Anonymous
7 days ago

Meanwhile Mana is still giving excuses on why he hasn’t started anything.

Anonymous
7 days ago

I hope one day he will finally start building everything at the same time! I hope…

Azarius
7 days ago

Please let’s not make this post about Mana

Azarius
7 days ago

Why down vote not talking about a someone who doesn’t matter. We see all the projects that are coming and he’s not stopping anything but his own progress

Anonymous
7 days ago

Okay mana

Anonymous
7 days ago

well, he can’t blame Trump anymore…..

Anonymous
7 days ago

Mana is a charlatan

Anonymous
7 days ago

smartest and most blessed guy in the game

Anonymous
6 days ago

Biggest fake in the game you mean.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Now get the metromover to cover the whole area. Make Wyndwood more walkable also by cleaning it of homeless on the streets.

Anonymous
7 days ago

the homeless are there because of those homeless outreach centers on 20th street. Miami will try to relocate it to 7th probably.

Azarius
7 days ago

Then that’ll be the new clean up area but I think they are trying to relocate all the homeless and mental health there

Anonymous
6 days ago

What’s with all this bashing of the homeless?

Anonymous
7 days ago

Yes, please relocate them to Doral, Miramar and anywhere on Broward

Anonymous
7 days ago

Due to a case lost against the city of Miami, Miami is forced to have them here.

Anonymous
6 days ago

The homeless are there because any empty derelict plot is game for them.

Anonymous
7 days ago

The metromover from school board station up north miami ave to that 29th lot where walmart was suppose to be would be perfect.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Give it up.. not happening.

Rent a Scooter

Anonymous
7 days ago

I actually walked from that station to midtown because art basel had a $50 surge for uber in 2019.

Anonymous
7 days ago

I run along N. Miami Avenue frequently. 15th to 29th is just over a mile. That’s a 20-25 minute walk at a moderate pace. The whole Wynwood area is walkable, but would really benefit from Metromover. The low-rise buildings mean reduced density and longer walks. Metromover is a good solution for those modest distances.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Walking works, too.

Anonymous
6 days ago

It’s called a Coastal Link stop.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Coastal link is a commuter line not rapid transit. People aren’t gonna wait an hour at non rush hour times to take a train from downtown to wynwood

Bryan Riley
6 days ago

This is what we get with half solutions. People are not understanding the significance in the commuter rail for a inter city corridor. Frequency and short distance 🤦🏾‍♂️

Anonymous
6 days ago

Metromover will just given them free transit to go to your street after loading up on Miller High Life at the local 7-Eleven, and over shelter to loiter under the elevated tracks.

Anonymous
6 days ago

You seem to be very knowledgeable about these things, could it be that that’s what you did once upon a time?

BDub
7 days ago

Would be nice to see a map.

Anonymous
7 days ago

❤️

Anonymous
7 days ago

We need a map of downtown, edgewater and wynwood with all new buildings coming up.

Anonymous
7 days ago

It’s not always up-to-date, but check out the Crane Watch map. It’s pretty good.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Yes. I was thinking the same thing. Can’t tell where anything is.

Anonymous
7 days ago

I’m not from Miami but I visit often from Europe and I love it. However, in Wynwood everything is too distant from each other and it’s hard to walk from place to place, thank god for CitiBike!
Also, there is no public transportation and Ubering everywhere is costly. I mostly end up biking everywhere which is fun but not optimal, especially if you want to travel between the beach and the city, or in the entire Miami Beach.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Not a lot of safe places to lock your bike up.. and that’s a problem.

Anonymous
7 days ago

We got buses going to the beach

Anonymous
7 days ago

Buses aren’t 21st century public transportation. We need the metromover to cover the whole Miami and the whole Miami Beach!!

Anonymous
6 days ago

Yeah, and metro Mover is 21st century public transportation? Quit proping up an archaic, inefficient, slow, smelly and unsafe trolley on rails.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Well, we all can’t jam into your “archaic, inefficient, slow, smelly and unsafe” vehicle.

Anonymous
7 days ago

I know exactly what you mean. However we have a ton of folks on this site that still think Miami is walkable. Imagine if within Wynwood alone, it’s difficult to walk….
Imagine having to come from anywhere else.
Unfortunately, this is a city built for a car. The minute they started growing beyond 57 AVE and building parking lots like there is no tomorrow, the possibility to make it feasible for mass transit is impossible.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Did you read?! The person is saying that they don’t want to rely on a car. Bring metromover, buses, bike lanes and *less* cars.

Anonymously snappy
7 days ago

So snappy

Anonymous
6 days ago

And you’re so delicate.

Anonymous
7 days ago

EXTEND THE METROMOVER ALREADY!

Anonymous
6 days ago

SHORE POWER!

Anonymous
6 days ago

Okay man, we get it.. you don’t have to shout it…

Anonymous
6 days ago

MIAMI WINNING

Anonymous
7 days ago

Would the club and bar scene survive with thousands of future residents living near by.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Yes, that’s what happens in big cities. Look at NYC

Anonymous
7 days ago

This isn’t nyc and wynwood has far more venues with outside portions. We also don’t play indie music that much so nyc wine lady dog mom wouldn’t like it.

Azarius
7 days ago

I’m not sure Miami has a trend to mess a good thing up

Anonymous
7 days ago

Possibly some of the newer ones (that opened because of development), but smaller establishments won’t. The rent is simply becoming too expensive, and people and business are being priced out. If developers offer the right price on the land for future development, business will sell.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Maybe wealthier people get prices in

Anonymous
7 days ago

*priced

Anonymous
7 days ago

That’s true.. that would be my exit strategy.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Having thousands of residents in walking distance is going to help a lot of businesses. When the first grocery store goes in it’s going to be a real neighborhood.

Anonymous
7 days ago

the current residents are complaining about the noise currently though

Anonymous
6 days ago

They complain about loud music coming from outside club and bar establishments which they feel they shouldn’t have to put up with at all times of night if they’re paying rents from $1800 to $2400 a month.

You may not agree but I think they do have a point.

Anonymous
7 days ago

PLEASE, anything but Publix

Anonymously snappy
7 days ago

I like my bogo

Anonymous
6 days ago

You’re in the wrong State.

Azarius
7 days ago

If all of these projects were to materialize Miami would be in a great position! Really would change the area and beyond!

Azarius
7 days ago

Put the power underground and add the MetroRail and we have a world class city

Anonymous
7 days ago

Yes, I totally agree. The power lines are such a distraction and makes the city look third worldish.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Yes it does. If the state would mandate Fl cities to have underground lines, the way South Fl. is mandated to have hurricane impact windows and doors, FPL would be forced to spend the money they gouge from customers every month with no competition allowed.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Most are already under construction and quite a few have topped off.

Anonymous
7 days ago

And yet no effective public transit to downtown.

Anonymous
6 days ago

A street car would be more appropriate.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Okay, next time I take the Metrorail, Bus, or Trolley to go downtown, I’ll smack myself on the head for not remembering that there is “no effective public transit” to get there.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Love the development, but fear the inevitable gridlock. The streets are very narrow, there is no wide artery to funnel traffic, no real transit, this is bound to be a shit show.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Then get rid of cars and make it more walkable.

Anonymous
7 days ago

then how are people suppose to visit ?

Anonymous
7 days ago

By using the amazing public transportation that would replace cars!

Anonymous
7 days ago

where are those projects ?

Anonymous
7 days ago

flying-cars of course

Anonymous
6 days ago

I don’t know about anybody else but I get tired of reading these fear of “gridlock” comments every time TNM do a news article about some new development in this city.

Anonymous
7 days ago

HOW?

Anonymous G
6 days ago

Exciting time for Wynwood. The future is very very bright. Hopefully I can be apart of one of these projects coming up.

Anonymous
6 days ago

it is a one -time opportunity to build the area correctly.

Leave room for transit (trolly/metoromover/whatever),
Some streets should be left open for pedestrian walk areas.
favorites are 1,3,5,11,16,and 17.

The outdoor food venue is great. Possibly another walkable area like Lincoln Ave Mall.

Anonymous
6 days ago

More trees for shade in hot days. More pedestrians streets around wynwood. Oasis is perfect example of neighborhood square which people can socialize. Miami urban area starts to look like European city finally.

Anonymous
7 days ago

An “outdoor” food hall? Why?

Anonymous
7 days ago

Mimi has the nicest weather in the country. Why would you wanna be inside?

Anonymous
7 days ago

*Miami (TNM could you bring back the editing option? Thanks😅)

Anonymous
6 days ago

TNM- While you’re at it, maybe you can fix the terrible rating button.

Anonymous
7 days ago

This is why tampa and Miami are going to have alot of superbowl spots.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Miami only has “nice” weather for 2 or 3 months out of the year. I don’t think too many people are going to be dining outdoors (with no shade) in the summer.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Yeah but with shade it’s perfect. Not too hard to have some shade on tables

Anonymous
6 days ago

I think Miami has nice weather for 8 months a year. That’s why I live here. Why do live here if you think the weather sucks?

Anonymous
7 days ago

Miami has the nicest weather Nov-Apr. The rest of the year it’s either raining or too hot/humid to be anywhere but indoors. “Why would you wanna be inside?” sounds like something a tourist would say.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Moved here recently after many years in Manhattan. Managed through the hotter weather in September, even eating outdoors. Key for me has been shade. 80-90 outdoors is ok if you’re in the shade. Direct sun, especially at this latitude, adds 15 degrees to how it feels. I feel like providing covered outdoor spaces makes the climate pretty manageable, though I haven’t been here in June or July.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Fuk the heat and humidity, you better watch out for the mosquitoes.

Anonymous
6 days ago

I visit from Manhattan always in July-August and I love the weather. Plus the water is hot, it’s perfect. Miami needs more trees, not palm trees though, more trees that create shade

NYC Transplant
6 days ago

I saw these amazing trees in L.A. called jacaranda. They are a shade tree that only grows in warm climates (SoCal, South Texas, South Florida). They turn bright purple when leafing out before becoming leafy and green. Worth considering if you need a shade tree.

Anonymous
55 minutes ago

Jacarandas are stunning but not terribly wind resistant. You see them a lot in St. Pete, some look great and others have had lots of damage. And St. Pete hasn’t been through the frequency of storms that Miami has. So have to take that into consideration for public street streets. Native trees do better

Anonymous
6 days ago

God forbid you went to the beach or pool or went boating. There’s more to life than eating out at restaurants and walking to museums.

Anonymous
6 days ago

for the 10,000 new residents that are going to be moving in there.
Count up the residences being built this year, then add the same amount for the next 5 years.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Good!

Anonymous
6 days ago

Every project put sone sort of effort to have artistic features and embrace the neighborhood they are moving into except the Kushner project.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Some* typo

Anonymous
6 days ago

Does your project have these features ?

Anonymous
6 days ago

Useless without addresses.

Anonymous
7 days ago

I love the well deserve hate to Mana, he such a grifter

Anonymous
7 days ago

Wynwood will be the next South of Fifth neighborhood.

Anonymous
7 days ago

The Williamsburg or Harlem of Miami

Anonymously snappy
7 days ago

Lol. I live in nyc. Hardly. That’s a planned community. Suburban.

Anonymous
6 days ago

I live in NYC too, Harlem to be exact and this area could be just as cool and trendy

NYC Transplant
7 days ago

Williamsburg or DUMBO, though without the water. It’s still pretty far to the water from Wynwood, and the shoreline in Edgewater doesn’t seem to be set up for public access like it is in Brickell and Downtown.

Anonymous
6 days ago

I bet people in Kansas are going “what?!.. it’s still pretty far to the water from Wynwood?

Anonymous
6 days ago

If you life around between N. Miami and NW 2nd Ave. in Wynwood, Biscayne Bay likely won’t be part of your evening stroll. Once you’re in a car, you’re in a car. At that point, Edgewater’s waterside isn’t likely to be part of your equation.

Anonymously snappy
7 days ago

Lol

Anonymous
6 days ago

Add Wynwood Works to the list
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Anonymous
6 days ago

Add Wynwood Works to the list
https://omnicra.com/wynwoodworks/

Anonymous
7 days ago

Half of them will never happen.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Lmao… many happened already!

Mana not so much.

Anonymous
7 days ago

umm this isn’t 2009, these are happening.

Anonymous G
6 days ago

You didn’t read the article did you? If you did you wouldn’t of made this comment.