New York-based Fisher Brothers Management has proposed an apartment building with ground-floor retail in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District.
The city’s Urban Development Review Board on July 20 will consider plans for the 1.39-acre site at 2200 and 2250 N.W. First Ave., plus 2201 and 2229 N.W. First Court. It’s the former home of the Miami Rescue Mission.
FBWS Development Senior LLC, an affiliate of Fisher Brothers, purchased the property for $18.6 million in 2021.
The FB Wynwood building would total 359,694 square feet in eight stories, with 308 apartments, 21,724 square feet of retail and 122 parking spaces. The developer would pay $2.2 million to the Wynwood Parking Trust Fund, which promotes parking development in the neighborhood, to reduce the parking requirements at the project.