250 WYNWOOD is your first chance in a decade to own a new condominium in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, one of the most renowned creative neighborhoods in the United States. This boutique live/work building has only eleven exquisite units and is located steps away from Panther Coffee, the area’s town square. Each unit features 10-foot ceilings with vast open living spaces, floor-to-ceiling windows, and oversized private balconies. 250 Wynwood is designed by New York City architect Laith Sayigh (formerly of Foster + Partners, Diller Scofidio + Renfro and SOM), and features site-specific artwork chosen by Miami gallerist phenom and Art Basel exhibitor Anthony Spinello.
Imagine waking up in your new Wynwood condominium. Subdued light from the morning sun fills your cavernous live/work residence. You sit on your terrace for a few minutes, answering emails and watching the sun rise. You throw on a baseball cap, and head to the elevator. As you stroll 50 paces to your morning java stop, Panther Coffee, the smell of fresh-roasting beans fills the air. You sit under the Royal Poinciana tree, watching the neighborhood come to life. Young creatives, artists and entrepreneurs arrive—some on bikes, some with dogs—to hatch their next plans.
You head back home to work for a while. For lunch, you meet a colleague at Joey’s Cafe and enjoy a delicious plate of pappardelle gratinate. Afterward, you walk over to Gary Nader Fine Art to check out the Botero sculptures. On the way, you notice an incredible new street mural on the side of a building, and you check out the Wynwood Arts District Association app on your smartphone to find out who created it.