JLL Tapped To Lease Creative Office Space At Reimagined Wyncatcher Building In Wynwood

JLL has been selected to lease the office space at Wyncatcher, a boutique mixed-use property comprised of two stories and 47,852 square feet situated at 2413 NW 1st Ave. in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District.

Formerly an industrial building, the stand-alone property has been fully converted by its ownership, Morabito Properties, for office and restaurant use and features a rooftop terrace with striking views of the Wynwood area. Known for its modern luxury properties designed by the world’s finest architects, artisans, and craftsmen, Wyncatcher is the developer’s first mixed-use development in the Wynwood neighborhood.

JLL Senior Managing Director Eric Groffman, Managing Director Cameron Tallon, Vice President Edward Quinon, and Senior Associate Emily Brais, will lead leasing efforts in partnership with Andres Nava and Bernadita Banfi with Metro1 Commercial Real Estate Brokerage on behalf of Morabito Properties.

“Wynwood, one of the country’s foremost communities for the arts and creative businesses, is the perfect setting for Morabito’s latest property given its dedication to elegant design and the highest level of craftsmanship,” said JLL’s Cameron Tallon.“The commercial complex offers unusual branding potential and a unique office space for new-to-market and locally established firms seeking office space in a vibrant community like Wynwood. We are delighted to join Metro1 in curating the tenant mix at Wyncatcher that will further elevate Wynwood as one of Miami’s hottest office markets today.”

Designed by world renowned Arquitectonica, the unique building, sports elegant double-height, industrial-style windows that bathe the interior in natural light. Space configurations for office tenants are flexible, ranging from 3,976 square feet to 37,427 square feet. The restaurant space features 6,861 square feet of outdoor space as well as 6,051 square feet of interior space

Just 10 miles north of Downtown Miami, Wynwood’s rapid rise from abandoned industrial district to thriving haven for art, fashion, innovation and creative enterprise now welcomes more than 5 million visitors annually. Over 400 cutting edge companies, including Spotify, WeWork, Founders Fund and Live Nation, have a business address in Wynwood’s 50-block district. Highly rated restaurants, such as Momosan, Uchi and Pastis, have made it one of the most dynamic culinary scenes in the United States. Currently, more than 3,500 new residential units, 400 hotel rooms and a million square feet of office space are in the pipeline.

The District is already pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly, with easy access to public transportation. Additionally, infrastructure improvements to expand mobility are underway. Miami-Dade County is committed to establishing a new commuter rail service that would connect Wynwood with Downtown Miami. Metromover, the city’s free light-rail transit service, plans to extend service between Wynwood and existing stops such as Perez Art Museum; FTX Arena, home to the Miami Heat basketball team; Bayside Marketplace; Miami Dade College; and Miami International Airport. A Brightline commuter station that would connect Wynwood with Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando has also been proposed.




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