Developers Reveal a Proposal for Three Projects in Wynwood
Sterling Bay, a big-time developer in Chicago, has submitted plans for three projects in Wynwood including a large mix-used office. The proposed project will be the first investment in Miami from the company.
The development of the 10-story building will make up of 209,050 square feet of office space while the ground floor of about 28,436 feet is set aside as commercial/retail space. The building will boast 459-space parking garage.
Gensler designed the building plan to include balconies for offices as well as 4,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space. The building will also feature a fitness center, art murals and a shop-lined pedestrian paseo connecting Northwest 26th Street to Northwest 27th Street.
Andy Gloor, Sterling Bay Managing Principal, is highly optimistic that the company will be setting a new standard in Miami, even more, because the project is located in Miami’s vibrant neighborhood.
The representative of Sterling, Attorney Steven Wernick, also reveals that “Wynwood has been renowned for its unique art, restaurants, retailers and residential buildings, and many incredible opportunities abound to build on the innovation of new workspaces and building amenities that inspire collaboration and boost productivity.”
These three proposed projects in Wynwood have high potential and will make a difference in Miami retail and commercial activities.
Sterling Bay is setting the new standards to meet growing demands for modern and dynamic office and retail space in the 21st century. Just two months ago, Sterling Bay oversaw the acquisition of Groupon’s headquarters building and many other projects.