The Collective has unveiled plans for its first co-living project in South Florida within a mixed-use building in Miami’s Wynwood Art District.
The city’s Wynwood Design Review Committee will consider the project at 2825 N.W. Second Ave. during its April 14 meeting. The 41,750-square-foot lot is owned by Wynwood Gateway II LLC, an affiliate of the Collective, a co-living operator based in New York, London and Berlin. The project would replace an auto showroom currently on the site.
The Collective first announced its intention to develop the site in 2019, but it hadn’t put forth a specific description of the project until now.
The building would total 351,443 square feet, with 12 stories along 29th Street and eight stories on 28th Street. It would have 108 apartments, 70 hotel rooms, 9,508 square feet of commercial space, and 163 below-grade parking spaces. As for the units, the hotel rooms range from 330 to 1,049 square feet. The apartments would range from 1,083 square feet with four bedrooms to 2,395 square feet with six bedrooms.
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