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Prices from the low US$600,000

The Rider at Wynwood is the latest release in Miami-based Rilea Group's latest high-end condominium in Miami's Wynwood district, the city's most exhilarating neighborhood. Located at 94 NE 29th Street, the 12-story, 146-unit turnkey boutique building breaks the boundaries of everyday living with an atmosphere rich in rock-n-roll history and an amenity collection that's equal parts rest and rebellion. 


With 15 million visitors a year, according to the Wynwood Business Improvement District, Wynwood is often dubbed Miami's "coolest" neighborhood. It acts as a captivating canvas, beckoning artists to leave their marks in iconic murals and vibrant street art that has resulted in a collaborative collection of not just art but also standout stores, restaurants, entertainment, and more in an area that was once just warehouses. Recognizing the electrifying atmosphere and how it fuels innovation, tech titans have chosen to open up shop in the district, now home to blue chip tenants such as Spotify, Live Nation, TikTok's parent company, Gensler Architecture, Sony Music, and more.

RENTAL POLICYOwners can rent out their fully furnished residences short-term or long-term without restrictions and will have the option of full or part-time living; as an option, they can rent through platforms such as Airbnb, VRBO,, etc., or take advantage of The Rider at Wynwood's in-house rental management service.

Short-term rentals have grown increasingly popular in South Florida in recent years. During the pandemic, between 2021 and 2022, some 58.9 million overnight visitors spent $13.8 billion on vacation rentals in Florida, Oxford Economics said in an economic impact study. Additionally, according to a recent report by the Chamber of Commerce, the average daily rate for short-term rentals in Miami is among the 10 highest markets in the U.S.


Among the amenities, there will be a fleet of in-house Harley Davidson motorcycles, Vespas, and electric bicycles, along with 24-hour valet service, EV charging stations, and a parking garage.

Each floor tells a different story of decadence and defiance throughout the building. Start the day at the ground-floor "Ready, Set, Café" in the lobby, press play on AC/DC, and hit the gym with state-of-the-art Pelotons, training mirrors, and Technogym equipment. Get ready for your close-up at the "Backstage" beauty room, outfitted for hair, makeup, and nail services; pamper your pet too at the "Doggy Style" pet spa. Chill out at "The Vinyl" hi-fi listening room with a state-of-the-art sound system and an epic collection of classic records to comb through. Then, ascend to the crown jewel of The Rider at Wynwood, the rooftop pool deck, home to a resort-style pool overlooking the city, as well as a standout restaurant and speakeasy bar that will be accessible from the ground level via a direct private elevator through a side entrance. The following day, be sure to visit the "The Reset" room to enhance one's well-being, with multiple cold plunge pools, infrared saunas, and IV therapy – ensuring that you can keep living like a rockstar. 


Each turnkey residence will come complete with open living areas, gourmet kitchens with elegant Italian Bertazonni appliances, Dekton by Cosentino countertops, spa-inspired primary baths with Porcelanosa fixtures, smart home technology with keyless entry, all glass balconies, and impact windows. The aesthetic will continue the building's interior, with rich hues, bold fabrics, and a distinct sexy glamour embodying the legendary spirit of the 1970s.


Prices range from the low $600,000's to upwards of $1.8 million. The Rider at Wynwood will offer fully furnished studios and 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom residences, with select floorplans featuring dens and half baths measuring between 511 and 1,612 square feet in size.


The building's ambiance pays homage to the icons of the music industry, immortalized via a curated collection of famous 1970s-era rock photography from Morrison Hotel Gallery, Iconic Images, and Modern Rocks Gallery in the common areas and amenity spaces.

Deforma Studio designs the Rider at Wynwood. This Miami-based architecture firm just completed Bella Isla, a luxury waterfront multifamily development adjacent to The Standard Spa, Miami Beach. The Rider at Wynwood will combine the feel of Chicago's industrial, gritty aesthetic and the exposed brick, steel, and concrete found in New York's SoHo and Meat Packing Districts with Miami's vibrant Wynwood artistic flavor. Adorning the building's façade and interiors will be various commissioned murals and graffiti art from renowned international artists.

The Rider at Wynwood's innovative interior design concepts are the creation of RADYCA, whose museums, pavilions, private residences, mega-yachts, and private jets have won countless awards worldwide since the firm's founding in Mexico City. RADYCA is also behind The Bond, Rilea Group's most recent luxury condominium development on Brickell Avenue.


This development has just launched, and sales have just been released; if you are interested, be sure to contact me immediately! This is the moment to select the best unit for you. 


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