New renderings have surfaced of The Wynhouse, an 8-story mixed-use development proposed for 2200 Northwest 1st Avenue in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. Generally referred to as FB Wynwood, the project is designed by Coral Gables-based Nichols Architects with interiors by New York-based Rockwell Group and developed by New York’s Fisher Brothers under the FBWS Development Senior LLC. The Wynhouse is planned to yield approximately 360,394 square feet of space including 308 residential units, 21,605 square feet of ground floor commercial space ,a 4,140-square-foot public paseo, and 122 combined onsite and offsite parking. Miami Lakes-based Langan Engineering is listed as the civil, geotechnical, environmental and traffic engineer. Hollywood-based Witkin Hults + Partners is the landscape architect.
A national dining and entertainment concept will be joining the already highly-anticipated roster of tenants slated to open at Miami Worldcenter, the $4 billion, 27-acre mixed-use development transforming the heart of Downtown Miami. The development’s ownership has signed an agreement with Live! Hospitality & Entertainment to bring its nationally acclaimed concept, Sports & Social, to the project. Located just steps away from Miami’s FTX Arena, Sports & Social’s Miami Worldcenter location will occupy approximately 20,000 square feet within the development’s glass-encased ‘Jewel Box’ retail building, designed by Nichols Architects, and will include an open-air third level and a rooftop restaurant overlooking the World Square public park and plaza.
On July 20, 2022, Miami’s Urban Development Review Board will consider proposals for M Tower, a 57-story mixed-use building planned for 56 Southwest 1st Street in Downtown Miami near the City’s Government Center. The applicants, Downtown 1st Street LLC, an affiliate of New York-based Lions Group NYC, and Miami-based Fortis Design + Build are proposing to improve the 1.046-acre property with a nearly 600-foot-tall mixed-use development consisting of a public parking garage for 694 vehicles and 10,531 square feet of ground floor commercial space, and a multifamily residential tower with 675 residential units. The project is designed by Nichols Architects with Naturalficial as the landscape architect, and Kimley-Horn is the civil engineer.