Coyo Taco owners unveil Asian-style concept in Wynwood

1-800-Lucky will feature marketplace, karaoke bar, convenience store and record store

Nov.November 06, 2017 01:00 PM

Rendering of 1-800-LUCKY, Wynwood’s First Indoor Asian Marketplace

The owners of Coyo Taco just revealed their plans for a space they leased last year in Wynwood.

Sven Vogtland, Alan Drummond and Gaby Chiriboga will open 1-800-Lucky, an Asian-themed marketplace at 143 Northwest 23rd Street, later this month, according to a press release. The Coyo Taco partners inked a lease for the 10,000-square-foot space, which includes a 5,000-square-foot terrace, in July 2016.

The restaurant will include a marketplace with seven food vendors, a karaoke bar and a small theater, Lucky Records and a convenience store. Vendors include:

  • Lotus + Cleaver: Chinese barbecue and wok-style items
  • Hayato Miami: a ramen concept from Shimuja
  • Bahn Mi: a charcoal Vietnamese concept
  • MYUMI sushi
  • YIP: a dim sum concept by Gold Marquees Fine Chinese Cuisine
  • Poke OG: an Anaheim, California poke bowl restaurant
  • Taiyaki: Japanese fish-shaped ice cream cones

The restaurant’s lease is an annual rate of $62.50 triple-net, which comes out to about $26,000 a month, Metro 1 broker Tony Arellano previously told The Real Deal. The off-market lease was brokered by Arellano and Fortune International Realty’s Ricardo Du Pond, and Tom Evental of Domain Real Estate Services.

The interior will feature 1980’s-style pop industrial designs with iron, concrete, neon lights and vinyl. Coyo will remain at its flagship Wynwood location, which is nearby at 2300 Northwest Second Avenue. A spokesperson for 1-800-Lucky did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Property records show Wynwood Elite Properties bought the building in January for $3.2 million.

Developer Moishe Mana is planning to bring Asian investment to Miami. In Wynwood, Mana has amassed 40 acres where he plans to build the Mana Wynwood Americas-Asia Trade Center & International Financial Center, a trade hub and cultural campus set to break ground next year. The trade center will encompass more than 10 million square feet focused on bringing in companies and trade partners from China and Asia, Latin America, North America and the Caribbean.

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