The land-swap that developer Moishe Mana and Miami-Dade County are planning includes the construction of a new Puerto Rican Community Center, offices for the County's Community Action and Human Services Department, and a new office for County Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, to be built at Mana's expense. Long before the industrial district south of 29th Street became a hopping arts neighborhood, the residential and commercial zone, the original Wynwood, was a thriving Puerto Rican community. The building, being designed by Berenblum Busch, will look like this. " Included in the project are artist studios, a café, community spaces, offices and parking totaling approximately 49,000 square feet on three levels in a contemporary designed building that will activate the south edge of NW 2nd Avenue." say the architects.
· Miami-Dade Considers Land Swap [SFBJ]
· Berenblum Busch Architecture coverage [Curbed Miami]