Wynwood’s Design Review Committee has received an application proposing to repurpose an existing single story retail building located at 2545 Northwest 3rd Avenue in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. The projected is titled Billionaire Boys Club according to the filing, which will be an adaptive reuse single-story retail building featuring architectural designs and alterations by MKDA Florida. LERNER 2545 NW 3RD AVE LLC, a subsidiary of Lerner Family Properties, is listed as the owner of the application.
The Wynwood Design Review Committee has received applications seeking approvals for 29N, a 964,963-square-foot mixed-use development in the Wynwood Arts District on a 2.9-acre site. Developed by New York City-based developers L&L Holding Company and Carpe Real Estate Partners, the building will be comprised of two interconnected structures of 8 and 12 stories spanning two transect zones addressed as 95 Northwest 29th Street. Gensler is responsible for the design of the project, which will yield 523 residential units, 26,372 square feet of commercial space, 200,618 square feet of office space and 668 parking spaces.
The final submission for the 12-story Wynwood Works has been received by the Wynwood Design Review Committee including revised designs for further review. The 179,105-square-foot mixed-use development is being developed by Wynwood Works LLC, a partnership between affordable housing developer Magellan Housing and Miami Heat star Udonis Haslem. The structure is expected to rise at 2035 North Miami Avenue on mostly vacant land owned by OMNI Community Redevelopment Agency (OMNI CRA) and is designed by Studio MC+G Architecture.
For a while, 7-Eleven was the king of convenience stores. With its hot-case items, fresh pastries, and iconic Slurpees, it virtually had no competition. However, as Wawa gains traction, 7-Eleven is seeking to expand its customer base by adding new locations throughout Florida.
Don’t be confused by the name––this development doesn’t have ski lodges or towering mountain slopes. Aspen Heights is coming soon to Tampa, FL, per the Construction Journal. Featuring 67 units spread out over 12 garden-style, low-rise buildings, the venture is presently in its “bids by invitation phase.”