Urby, a joint venture between David Barry and Brookfield Properties, has submitted plans to build an apartment complex in Wynwood.
Urby already has developed and owns 3,000 apartments in the U.S. since 2016, with plans now underway for new properties in five cities.
Wynwood Urby is proposed to rise 8 stories and include:
- 289 multifamily units
- 17,238 square feet of ground floor commercial space
- 193 parking spaces spread over two levels
Zoning law requires 400 parking spaces, but the developer is seeking a Transit Corridor waiver, bringing the requirement to 279 spaces. They are also building surplus bicycle spaces (in lieu of 14 vehicular spaces), and will contribute to the Wynwood Parking Trust Fund (for a 68 space reduction).
Amsterdam’s Concrete is the design architect, with 5G Studio the architect of record.
The project is set for a hearing before the Wynwood Design Review Committee on April 12.