Miami Condo Market and Lifestyle Updates
Wheels Rolling To Run Industrial Spaces Out And More Residences Into Wynwood.

Wheels Rolling To Run Industrial Spaces Out And More Residences Into Wynwood.

by Sep Niakan | July 16, 2015


A new plan has been proposed for Miami developers and property owners to make it easier to build mixed-use and residential projects in the Wynwood area, while at the same time, preserving its history and culture.

This plan has passed the first line of defense, as the Planning, Zoning, and Appeals Board of Miami agreed upon the changes without opposition. The changes would eliminate most industrial uses and allow denser residential developments on about 205 acres of Wynwood properties. Before it can be fully implemented, the plans must be approved and finalized by the city commission.

The current law states that property owners and developers need to file applications one by one to change the property designation from industrial to anything else in Wynwood. With this new change, about 104 acres of land will be repurposed as general commercial use from its original industrial use and the rest of the already commercial land will be allowed to have denser residences.



Photo credit: Wynwood Aerial -

Recent posts


March Events in Miami Worth Attending

by Sep Niakan | February 26, 2017

The first days of Spring in Miami are arriving and so is a wave of exciting new events. Whether you’re enjoying the spring break (or trying to avoid those on one), here are some great events to look forward to in the month of March: Miami...

Real Estate News

Move over Edgewater condos, here come the hotels

by Sep Niakan | February 22, 2017

A previous blog on how a petition to privatize an alley adjacent to Cité Condo sparked rumors of a new hotel coming to Edgewater did spark another thought process. It seems the latest trend for developments in Edgewater is to either be a...


Where to Find the Best Latin and Caribbean Food in Miami?

by Sep Niakan | February 15, 2017

Miami has always been a melting pot of cultures. From the Bahamians that came to work at the Peacock Inn in the 1870s to influx of Cuban immigrants in the 1960s. Miami didn’t just welcome people with open arms, but also embraced their...


A Note from Sep: Valentine’s Day Thoughts in Miami, The Global City

by Sep Niakan | February 14, 2017

Valentine’s is just around the corner, and while most people equate Valentine’s Day with romantic love, I prefer to celebrate love in a broader sense. To me, it’s more about celebrating bonds and relationships of all kinds,...