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September 15, 2022

Miami-Dade has $10B plan to turn ‘wasted space' into vibrant neighborhood with transit connections

  • The family-friendly district would cover over eight city blocks and include up to 8,500 multifamily units.
    Miami Herald

    Photo by Matias J. Ocner/Miami Herald via AP [enlarge]
    The sculpture “Dropped Bowl with Scattered Slices and Peels,” lower right in the shadow of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center, would likely move to a location outside of downtown Miami because it takes up too much space. The tower would stay.

    MIAMI — This is the vision: At the western end of downtown Miami, a dense, walkable, transit-centered and family-friendly high-rise district would bloom over eight city blocks.

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