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  • Wynwood retail development lands Ducati as tenant

    Motorcycle giant could be first of many luxury brands to target growing area
    March 24, 2014 12:00PM
    Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and Metro 1 president Tony Cho at Wynwood Gateway Complex event

    Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and Metro 1′s Tony Cho at Wynwood Gateway Complex event

    Luxury retailers are beginning to take notice of Miami’s evolving Wynwood neighborhood, which is becoming known for more than just its arts scene. [more]

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  • Developer Edelstein proposes Wynwood project

    Robert Futterman part of group planning mixed-use development
    March 13, 2014 03:30PM
    David Edelstein

    David Edelstein

    Prominent developer David Edelstein wants to stake a claim in Miami’s burgeoning Wynwood area through a partnership that includes New York real estate heavyweight Robert Futterman.

    Edelstein has submitted a proposal for a mixed-use development on 1.75 acres at 2801 Northwest Third Avenue, exMiami reported. The project would include 264 residential units, 39,000 square feet of retail space and 19,200 square feet of offices. [more]

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  • Miami board approves Wynwood rezoning

    Developer wants to construct area's densest residential building
    March 11, 2014 11:15AM
    Rendering of 250 Wynwood

    Rendering of 250 Wynwood

    A City of Miami board has allowed a developer in Wynwood to construct the densest building in the burgeoning neighborhood.

    The Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board voted 7-1 in favor of developer Wynwood 250’s request for a zoning change giving it the ability to build one or more eight-story structures and up to 80 apartment units on a half-acre property on Northwest 24th Street, Daily Business Review reported. City staff had recommended a denial of the request. Wynwood 250, a partnership between David Polinsky and Bradley Carlson, previously announced plans to construct a six-story, 11-unit luxury condo building on about half of the property. [more]

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  • Wynwood Central construction begins

    Eight-story mixed-use building on track for mid-2015 completion
    March 07, 2014 10:30AM
    Wynwood Central rendering

    Wynwood Central rendering

    Construction of the $50 million Wynwood Central mixed-use development is underway.

    The eight-story, 385,000-square-foot building is on track for a mid-2015 completion, according to Thursday’s written announcement from a project spokesperson. Wynwood Central’s plans include 69 residences, 40,000 square feet of retail space and 50,000 square feet of mixed-use space that could be used for showrooms or creative offices. Developers Shawn Chemtov and Marc Kovens hope to attract arts, technology and design tenants eager to relocate to the burgeoning Wynwood area. [more]

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  • Bank taps into Wynwood arts scene for branch

    C1 in midst of aggressive South Florida expansion
    January 31, 2014 11:15AM
    C1 Bank's Wynwood branch

    C1 Bank’s Wynwood branch

    The first full-service bank to open in Wynwood in more than 20 years is designed to fit in with the burgeoning Miami neighborhood’s art and nightlife scenes.

    C1 Bank’s new branch in the area is adorned with artwork from Andy Warhol and Keith Haring and designed with modular conference pods and LED-lit seating areas, the Miami Herald reported. When the business day ends, the 3,700-square-foot building can be used as an entertainment space, as the bank installed a stainless steel catering kitchen and designed a streetfront glass wall that opens to the sidewalk. The bank paid $2.9 million for the two-property site and spent another $1 million on the branch’s interiors. [more]

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  • Developers plan mixed-use Wynwood Central

    Project includes retail, office and residential components
    December 06, 2013 11:15AM
    Wynwood Central rendering (via exMiami)

    Wynwood Central rendering (via exMiami)

    A pair of developers unveiled plans for a large mixed-use building in Miami’s evolving Wynwood area.

    Marc Kovens and Shawn Chemtov announced details of their proposed Wynwood Central project, exMiami reported. Plans for Wynwood Central include eight stories of retail, residential and office space. The building would also have more than 400 parking spaces, an open-air courtyard and rooftop pool and bar. [more]

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  • metro-1

    From left: Jason Weisman and Tony Cho

    An affiliate Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Forte Capital bought a 22,462-square-foot building at 48 Northwest 25th Street in Miami’s Wynwood art district with plans to redevelop it into a showroom, restaurant and retail site.

    “This transaction represents a rapidly increasing presence of high-profile investors from New York and beyond who believe in the emerging neighborhood of Wynwood as a future hub for retail, office and residential use,” according to Metro 1 Commercial agent Jason Weisman, who represented the buyer in the deal. [more]

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  • Wynwood warehouse-to-retail project underway

    Arquitectonica will create shops, gallery space of concrete and glass
    August 09, 2013 01:00PM
    Rendering of 2601 NW 2nd Ave.

    Rendering of 2601 NW 2nd Ave.

    Internal demolition of a former shoe warehouse in Wynwood slated for conversion into a retail and gallery space is complete, Gaston Miculitzki of Brightway Properties, who brokered the building’s sale last December, told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • SoFla dance clubs among Rolling Stone’s top 10

    LIV and the Electric Pickle ranked among the best places to get down in America
    August 08, 2013 12:00PM
    From left, LIV in Miami Beach and the Electric Pickle in Miami

    From left, LIV in Miami Beach and the Electric Pickle in Miami

    Two South Florida night spots made Rolling Stone’s top 10 list of America’s best dance clubs as part of the magazine’s annual Venues That Rock ranking. [more]

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  • Moishe Mana and Wynwood

    Moishe Mana and Wynwood

    Businessman Moishe Mana, who is looking to build a Tribeca-like neighborhood in Jersey City, has also set his sights on Miami real estate, Haaretz reported. Mana recently bought five blocks in the Wynwood neighborhood in Miami, and will build an art complex at the site. [more]

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