Wynwood

Wynwood Crossing At 2000 North Miami Avenue Gets Updated Design By Leo A Daly

CLEARLINE Real Estate has revealed an updated design for its proposed 12-story mixed-use development at 2000 North Miami Avenue in Wynwood. The project, now named Wynwood Crossing and alternatively referred to as 2000 Wynwood or 2000 North Wynwood, has showcased a refreshed look in recent images in a waiver application submitted to Wynwood’s Design Review Committee. The innovative design is the work of the Miami branch of the renowned Omaha, Nebraska-based architecture firm Leo A Daly, which has replaced the former design from Arquitectonica. Working alongside Leo A Daly is Langan Engineering, contributing as one of the engineers, and Naturalficial, the landscape architect. The approximately 150-foot-tall structure is set to offer 380,806 square feet of space. This includes 310 residential units that range from studios to two-bedroom floor plans, 9,479 square feet of ground-floor retail space, 308 parking spaces, and 141 bike racks for residents and visitors.

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12-Story Mixed-Use Development Submitted For Review At 2100 N. Miami Avenue In Wynwood

Plans have been filed for 2100 North Miami Avenue, a proposed 12-story mixed-use development in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. Designed by Arquitectonica with landscape architecture by Urban Robot Associates and developed by Houston-based Bazbaz Development under the Wynwood Owner, LLC, the project encompasses approximately 503,000 square feet of space and features a diverse building program. The development would include 339 residential units totaling 272,087 square feet, 25,653 square feet of retail space, 18,713 square feet of amenities, and 407 on-site parking spaces spread across seven levels. Standing 202 feet tall, the project caters to the needs of residents in an area well-served by transit and transportation options, aligning with the vision for the Wynwood NRD-1 district and introducing much-needed residential units to neighborhood.

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Permits Filed For Diesel Wynwood At 161 NW 28th Street In Wynwood, Miami

Located at 161 Northwest 28th Street in Wynwood, a one-acre development is set to take shape as Bel Invest, an international real estate investment and development entity with a portfolio in Italy, Spain, Germany, and the United States, collaborates with Diesel, the renowned Italian fashion and lifestyle brand, to lay the groundwork for the Diesel Wynwood condominium project. Envisioned by the esteemed Zyscovich Architects, the eight-story structure will occupy approximately 323,633 square feet, comprising 159 residential units and a substantial 15,889 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Nestled on the northern boundary of Northwest 28th Street, between Northwest 1st and 2nd Avenues, the development’s site stands directly opposite its existing sales center. Moss & Associates LLC is the general contractor.

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Developers Break Ground On The Wynwood Plaza At 95 NW 29th Street In Wynwood, Miami

L&L Holding Company, Oak Row Equities, project partner Shorenstein Properties, and co-investor Claure Group have broken ground on The Wynwood Plaza, a 1-million-square-foot mixed-use campus at 95 Northwest 29th Street in Miami’s famed Wynwood Arts District. This milestone came after securing $215 million in construction financing from Bank OZK for this dynamic project, designed by the renowned architecture firm Gensler.

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Developers Lock In $215 Million In Construction Financing For The Wynwood Plaza

L&L Holding Company and Oak Row Equities announced they have closed on $215 million in construction financing for The Wynwood Plaza, a one-million-square-foot campus that will bring class-AAA office, residential, retail, and outdoor space to 95 NW 29th Street in Miami’s famed Wynwood Arts District. The developers, alongside project partner Shorenstein Properties LLC and co-investor Claure Group, secured the loan from Bank OZK. With full project financing now in place, major construction will commence immediately, with anticipated completion in 2025. 

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