Wynwood Proposal For 2400 N. Miami Ave Submitted With 236 Residential Units

Another big apartment proposal for Wynwood has been submitted to the city.

2400 N. Miami Avenue is planned to include 236 apartments.

The building is being designed with a street art installation that flows vertically through the building, representatives of the developer said. The artwork is “uniquely accessible, visible, touchable to be experienced by anyone at any time of the day and night,” an attorney for the developer wrote.

The developer says they are designing the building with the pedestrian experience in mind. An angular canopy to provide sun and rain relief is part of the proposal, along with the artwork.

The ground floor will have 12,528 square feet of commercial space. There will also be 7,497 square feet of office space on the 6th story.

Apartments will range in size from 360 square feet to over 2,100 square feet, and there will be amenities including a sixth floor pool deck.

A 5-story parking garage will include over 400 spaces, and will also serve a 12-story office building proposed by the same developer at 2500 N. Miami Ave. The garage will be lined with residential units “consistent with good urban design promoted under Miami 21.”

East End Capital is the developer.

Kobi Karp is the architect.

The Wynwood Design Review Committee is scheduled to review the proposal at a meeting tomorrow (March 10).

 


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Anonymous
10 months ago

Another reason to extend the metromover up North Miami Ave

Anonymous
10 months ago

If it was shore powered when sea level rises, that would be a game changer. Wynwood winning.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Not if there’s parking minimums.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Can’t stop progress

Anonymous
10 months ago

Boring and repetitive. This could be anywhere.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Still waiting on your design

Anonymous
10 months ago

im not a designer, an architect or anything close to it, they are, so I expect them to do their job.
miami has a very boring, repetitive skyline from Brickell all the way up Biscayne Blvd.
sometimes I think the comments here are paid by the developers, when I read people celebrating any square that they called has been “designed”

Anonymous
10 months ago

only “sometimes”?

Anonymous
10 months ago

No everything has to be unique and basic designs keep cost down. Go move to slave labor dubai if you want everything unique.

Optimist
10 months ago

It has some midcentury modern flair. It should fit right in.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Like it!

Anonymous
10 months ago

Wynwood it up.

Anonymous
10 months ago

uninspired

Anonymous
10 months ago

This isn’t it

Anonymous
10 months ago

This is the way

Anonymous
10 months ago

I hope they realize what Wynwood is all about and the developers RESPECT the art.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Smh. Should’ve never taken 004 Connec out of this spot!

Anonymous
10 months ago

Off what street is the vehicular access?

Anonymous
10 months ago

I see it in the letter to the city. It’s off NW 25 Street. Good job!

Anonymous
10 months ago

236 residential units.
229 spots for cars (1:1 ratio)
12 bicycle spots.

Is Wynnwood a car-centric suburb or a walkable urban neighborhood?

Anonymous
10 months ago

I live in wynwood and I need somewhere to store my car and still walk around Wynwood. Most people still get to wynwood by car and its still an walkable neighborhood.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Until Metromover is extended into Wynwood, you cant expect people to live there without a car

Anonymous
10 months ago

So do it and gain taxable space instead of parking