Wynwood Arcade | ABOUT US
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The Wynwood Arcade consists of 25,000 ft² of retail and restaurant space located at 50 NW 24th Street and tailors to the thriving urban community of artists, designers, and edgy professionals.  A cascading staircase will connect the center of the building to the rooftop which will feature a bar and inevitably become the community’s meeting point.  The project’s space breaks down into a range of sizes starting at 750 ft² to fit the needs of independent retailers, specialty shops, and eateries.


East End is a vertically integrated owner, developer, operator and manager of commercial, residential and retail real estate located in New York and Miami. The company seeks out growth areas fueled by the arts and the creative class. East End adds value through development and proactive asset management. Recent projects include a collaboration with Brooklyn-based artist Faile to create an eight-story mural at The Plant at 321 West 44th Street in Manhattan and the transformation of 424 Bedford Avenue, a residential property in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.



DFA (Design, Form, Architecture) is a multi-disciplinary firm based in New York that sees Architecture as a critical yet playful mediator between program, materiality, and structure. DFA’s mission is to provide smart, creative, and logical solutions for our clients through our diverse expertise and commitment to understanding each client’s needs.



Tristan Eaton is one of the most prominent street artist working today. Eaton’s large scale mural work features a meticulous, visual collage of pop imagery mixed with his unique personal style, all executed with freehand spray paint on a colossal scale. Eaton’s work can also be seen in the Museum of Modern Art’s (MoMA) permanent collection.

Hitotzuki is a collaboration of Kami and Sasu, a husband-and-wife team from Toyko.  They aim to expand the stage of creativity rooted in street culture with a stream of vivid new landscapes. “Hitotzuki” stands for the sun and the moon, and when combined, represents the idea that one can harmoniously fuse together contrary elements.

Tristan Eaton