Miami Design District Development Hits Market In Bankruptcy Sale Led By Avison Young

Located at 3601 North Miami Avenue in Miami, the site sits at the gateway of three of Miami’s three most dynamic, high-growth districts: Miami Design District, Midtown Miami, and Wynwood.

Largest Development Site In Wynwood Hits Market

The property comprises four conjoined lots being sold together, which are all zoned T6-8-O NRD-1, allowing up to 8 stories by right and 12 stories with bonuses of mixed-use infill development. Under this zoning, the property can be developed into up to 207 units (310 with bonuses) or licensed for up to 414 hotel keys.

NAI Miami’s Larkin, Gallaher Engaged to Sell Iconic Building In Wynwood

The building has seen booming business for the last fifty years, but now the business is planning to serve their clientele elsewhere as a strategic business move.

Class A Office Building Tops Off in Wynwood

The building, located on the border of the iconic Wynwood and Midtown neighborhoods, will offer about 195,000 square feet of leasable Class A office space and nearly 25,900 square feet of prime street-level retail space. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Corner Lot In Wynwood Fetches $11.5 Million

Commercial real estate investment services firm Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of the 23,490-square-foot lot. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE


CIASF Panelists: CRE Is Heating Up In Miami’s Urban Core

Miami’s urban core markets generated $1.2 billion in retail property sales last year, according to a recent CIASF commercial real estate report. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Ari Dispenza Negotiates $650 PSF Sale Of Wynwood Retail Property

The property is contiguous to the corner building on Northwest 24th Street and Fifth Avenue owned by Moishe Mana. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Thor Equities Lays Down $41.5 Million In Wynwood

The parcels were purchased for $200,000 in 1995. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

City Proposing To Rezone Wynwood

In total, about 205 acres could see zoning changes. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE