A recently released documentary explores the impact of gentrification on Miami’s burgeoning Wynwood neighborhood, which is being heavily targeted by major investors and developers.
Local filmmakers Camila Alvarez and Natalie Edgar collaborated on “Right to Wynwood,” a look at how Wynwood transformed from the city’s oldest Puerto Rican community to an art hub with many galleries and studios. The 21-minute documentary covers how the late Tony Goldman spearheaded Wynwood’s gentrification. Joseph Furst of Goldman Properties and David Lombardi are among the developers interviewed in the film. Artists, gallery operators and community leaders also opine on the neighborhood’s evolution.
Wynwood’s largest property owner is now Israeli businessman Moishe Mana, who recently hired architect Bernard Zyscovich to create a master plan for the area. — Eric Kalis