Plans for an apartment building in Miami’s Wynwood district have been filed by Omni New York, a development company run by former MLB All-Star Maurice “Mo” Vaughn.
On March 15, the city’s Urban Development Review Board will review the proposals for Omni 21, which is proposed at 100 NE 21st St.
An affiliate of Omni New York, Wynwood 21 Apartments, paid 4.5 million for the 0.6-acre site in 2020.
The 9,856-square-foot automobile facility that currently sits on the land would be removed to make room for the apartments.
Omni 21 would have 97 apartments, 5,865 square feet of retail space, 130 parking spaces, including 25 spaces for electric car charging, and 166,960 square feet of space across 11 levels. On the fourth level, there would be an outdoor amenity deck with grills and a dog walk, and on the rooftop, there would be an amenity deck with a pool, a fitness center, and a clubroom.
The sizes of the flats would be between 481 and 1,164 square feet. There would be 42 two-bedroom units, 40 one-bedroom units, and 15 studio apartments.