Wynwood Live Local Project Gets Utilities For 154 Units

A developer planning a Live Local apartment building in Wynwood has signed a deal to connect the new building to the county’s water and sewer system.

The development name is listed as Clara Wynwood in the utilities agreement, which was recorded on May 22.

The agreement says that Clara Wynwood is planned to include:

  • 152 apartments
  • 3,109 square feet of retail

In January, real estate firm Clara Homes announced it had closed on the purchase of the property, with plans for an apartment building.

The new building will rise around 200 feet, and will be designed by Kobi Karp.

Residents will have access to a full suite of premium amenities, as well as 24-hour doormen and valet service. There will also be ground floor retail space and Miami’s first rooftop padel court.

Under the Live Local act, 40% of units will be reserved for workforce housing.

 


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Anonymous
15 days ago

Jeez West Wynwood looks like it was hit by a bomb. I don’t understand why the city doesn’t invest in more green space and the urban canopy like Coconut Grove.

anon
15 days ago

this.

anonymous
14 days ago

because this was an industrial space for the last few decades so adding a tree canopy wasnt important. Now it is needed but most of these spaces are privately held and have tiny sidewalks so not as easy to add more trees. City should consider changing the layout of the roads to accomodate this

Anonymous
14 days ago

Good luck with that when FP&L won’t spend a penny to underground utilities and demands trees to be cut down.

anon
14 days ago

what’re you talking about? FP&L has been undergrounding across the state an insane amount in recent years, it’s driven by the state and local municipalities to put the plans and action… FP&L just executes… blame local officials

Anonymous
14 days ago

It looks like a hospital!

Anonn
15 days ago

Looks good for the location. it will have great presence from the highway.

No glass no class
15 days ago

It’s like the new Wynwood wall

anonymous
15 days ago

good use of this space. I see no problem having taller buildings on the edge close to the highway. More affordable housing in the core will be great and i suspect we will see lots of newer developments like this come up. Now is when the city and county have to focus on exapnding transit to get people around and not be in gridlock

huh, what? wait a minute
15 days ago

no transit close to the development

Anonymous
14 days ago

There’s a Brightline stop proposed within a ten-minute walk, but of course geniuses on here want Metromoober down every street while at the same time whine about how crappy the streetscape is.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Waste of brightline resources when it’s already too expensive

Azarius
15 days ago

A lot of ppl are upset about this development but I like it.

Anon
15 days ago

Looks good – looking forward to it

Anonymous
14 days ago

I know it’s affordable, but that refracted window pattern is the epitome of cheap and nasty design.

Johnny Blitz
12 days ago

Looks like something built in North Korea.

George D
15 days ago

Great views and quiet surroundings to fit well with all of the other premium amenities!!!

Anonymous
14 days ago

Too far above the core – should be in overtown or somewhere cooler