East End Capital betting on Wynwood with 236 unit building!
2400 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33137
45 NW 24th st Wynwood
The building is being designed with a street art installation that flows vertically through the building, representatives of the developer said. The artwork is “uniquely accessible, visible, touchable to be experienced by anyone at any time of the day and night,” an attorney for the developer wrote.
The developer says they are designing the building with the pedestrian experience in mind. An angular canopy to provide sun and rain relief is part of the proposal, along with the artwork.
The ground floor will have 12,528 square feet of commercial space. There will also be 7,497 square feet of office space on the 6th story.
Apartments will range in size from 360 square feet to over 2,100 square feet, and there will be amenities including a sixth floor pool deck.
A 5-story parking garage will include over 400 spaces, and will also serve a 12-story office building proposed by the same developer at 2500 N. Miami Ave. The garage will be lined with residential units “consistent with good urban design promoted under Miami 21.”
Kobi Karp is the architect.
45 NW 24th st Wynwood
AMLI buys "45 Winwood" for 35 million!! Is mutlifamily coming?
Edelstein of New York-based TriStar Capital sold the “45 Winwood” development site to AMLI for $35 million. Together, the properties are zoned for 669,600 square feet and 321 residential units. The assemblage, at 45 Northwest 24th Street, between Northwest Second Avenue and North Miami Avenue, is currently home to five buildings with 41,000 square feet of commercial space.
MLI plans to develop the land into a mixed-use project with 321 residential units and 45,000 square feet of retail .
Chicago-based AMLI has owned and developed thousands of apartments in South Florida. In Miami, it’s currently leasing out newly built Midtown at 3000 Northeast Second Avenue.
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