Wynwood Oasis Now Under Development, Will Include Restaurants, Office & Retail

Wynwood Oasis, a campus with office, food and beverage, and retail use, is now being developed.

Oasis will include 35,000 square feet of heavily landscaped courtyard with outdoor dining experiences, including a 75 foot tall “Tower Bar” made out of shipping containers.

Completion is set for late 2019.

The 70,000 square foot lot was acquired in March of 2018 and included 35,000 square feet of warehouse.

In addition to retail and restaurant use, the warehouse will also be converted into creative office space.

Developer David Weitz of Carpe Real Estate Partners said that there has been a lot of interest from “very cool,” millennial driven tech companies to lease the office space, along with “great” food & beverage and dry goods retailers.

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

I like the whole black and pink with – the Petal and the Oasis tropical theme …both with neon lights. Very 80’s Miami. <3

Anonymous
1 year ago

Just a rendering. The actual conception will be typical yuppie corporate hangout. Did you miss the “ interest from millennial tech companies “. The neighborhood is not an arts district anymore, it’s a yuppie district. This is a predominately yuppie website so I guess goes hand n hand though

Anonymous
1 year ago

Agreed. The arts scene left years ago when the greyhound buses with Chinese peeps with selfie sticks arrived.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Young Urban Professionals? Yeah, I guess you can say that about Wynwood. Is there a good acronym for the Flunkie Urban Club Kid Set that used to live there?

Anonymous
1 year ago

jesus you must be a miserable person

Anonymous
1 year ago

^^^ the yuppie strikes back.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Agreed, love the comeback. It’s so much better than gunmetal grey and brown from the past ten years.

Anonymous
1 year ago

this is so dope. Proud of all the progress in Wynwood.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Projects like this makes a city unique, not what it is happening in downtown with all the not even tall, flat top, repetitive boxes.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wow, very cool!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Heavy shade trees for the sun and heat.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What’s the use of the ‘tower bar’ ?? can you go up in it ? :/

Anonymous
1 year ago

Alcohol beacon

Anonymous
1 year ago

as if living in dade county wasn’t a sign

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wonder if the tower is hurricane proof

Anonymous
1 year ago

Better start worrying if where you live is “hurricane proof.”

Anonymous
1 year ago

Cant stand that EVERY rendering coming out of this city for new projects never has anyone of color. Brown / black people don’t come as an option for making renderings or are they not supposed to go to “Oasis”

Anonymous
1 year ago

the majority of Hispanics are white in Miami and also never say brown and black. theres no coalition.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Such a cool neighborhood. Wynwood is popping off!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Get the Metromover up there!

Anonymous
1 month ago

What happens to the container tower in hurricanes? They will collapse.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Another reason why we need a highway entrance at 29th st.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Let’s hope Lennar doesn’t come and tear this down and force these guys to move to Doral.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Why so many downvotes? That’s what happened to the Wynwood Yard.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Lennar Lemoved them smh.