Wynwood Square Begins Vertical Construction With Two Tower Cranes Now Installed

Vertical construction is now underway at the 12-story Wynwood Square.

Two residential towers with a combined 257 rental apartments will rise above a mixed-use podium.

Multiple uses will be included in the podium, including a  parking garage with 480 spaces, and 60,000 square feet of office space. At the ground floor, 27,000 square feet of retail and studio space is being built, while amenities for residents will be located at the top.

CIM Group and One Real Estate Investment are the developers, and have obtained a $71.2 million construction loan. Stantec is the architect.

Completion is expected in mid-2021.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

This should spur additional developments on N Miami ave in the area, nice scale also…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Should be taller….

Anonymous
1 year ago

It will jumpstart development on North Miami Ave, wish the metromover would be extended up it to midtown.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s part of the Beach Corridor SMART Plan route.

Anonymous
1 year ago

yeah and?
that “smart” plan is a joke

Anonymous
1 year ago

Residents coming to Wynwood.. about to become a complete neighborhood.

Anonymous
1 year ago

minus all the great restaurants that got bulldozed or couldn’t afford the rent to build apartments where people will be able to go to chain stores and hopefully a CVS.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s called gentrification, and it’s a cycle. The next Wynwoods and Allapattah and surprisingly, parts of Hialeah.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Expand the Metrorail to Midtown

Anonymous
1 year ago

Or better yet, expand Metromover up to 36 Street

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s part of the SMART plan. Beach corridor actually. Goes up N Miami Ave to 40 street.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This is a beautiful project. It will do wonders for the area.
Very well designed.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Expand the Metromover to Hialeah

Anonymous
1 year ago

Great idea with a stop in front of Ñooo que barato

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s fine but not very Wynwoody? Have a feeling the neighborhood will be mostly white-walled condos like the rest of central Miami by the 2030s.

Anonymous
1 year ago

not Wynwood? You need an eye check!! The building is covered in artwork.

Anonymous
1 year ago

There’s less art on it than some of the mural buildings in downtown or Brickell

Anonymous
1 year ago

look again. There is a large mural on the end caps and in the middle (looks to be the entrance). In the first half of the building, paintings are between the windows (office space). Then there is a skinny mural space between the two balconies of the residential space.

Anonymous
1 year ago

480 more cars to the neighborhood. Way to ruin the hood.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Like what the little boy in the movie said “I see dead people,” you see “cars” despite what this project is bringing to the neighborhood.

Anonymous
1 year ago

omg.. it’s like people don’t have jobs or anything. Do you non-car people not leave your apartment?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Some people actually walk, bike, scoot, bus, metro, etc. to work instead of driving.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What?
Half of 1% of the population!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Not only that, what does that half of 1% of the population do for transportation when they’re not just going to work?

Anonymous
1 year ago

You’d think people moving here would have a job close to the core within walking, biking, or scooter distance