So, here’s a new condo project that just broke ground in Wynwood. A six story artsy building called 250 Wynwood, which will is being marketed as a live/work building with only eleven pretty huge units. 250 Wynwood was designed by NYC architect Laith Sayigh and the art direction is being curated by Spinello Projects.
“The mixed-use project consists of two ground floor retail units and nine generously proportioned one and two bedroom condominiums ranging from 768 to 1602 square feet and priced from the mid $300,000’s to just over $600,000. There are two large penthouses, one with nearly 3000 square feet of interior space and a 2,500 square foot sky garden. Each unit boasts 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass exteriors, vast open live/work spaces with 8.5’ deep private balconies and secured parking. Each unit’s balcony will feature artwork curated by Wynwood gallerist and Art Basel exhibitor Anthony Spinello of Spinello Projetcs. “The idea was to create something that blends, with the neighborhood’s artistic and cultural context, including such elements as the Wynwood Walls,” explains architect Laith Sayigh.”
250 NW 24th Street
Miami, Florida 33127
Source: Miami Urbanist