Hialeah warehouse districts could transform into vibrant mixed-use communities
Hialeah City Council approved regulations for two new urban communities
The Hialeah City Council unanimously approved regulations for two new vibrant, mixed-use communities that would be erected around rail transit.
PlusUrbia, the visionary studio behind Wynwood and the more recent MyCalle8, created a neighborhood plan to transform two large warehouse districts into walkable communities, which would develop around two Tri-Rail stops: Market Station (1200 Southeast 11th Avenue) and Transfer Station (1125 East 25th Street).
“Transit Oriented Development is key to walkability and reducing car dependency,” Project Director Maria Bendfeldt said. “New development will put more people on the streets. That activity supports Complete Streets—corridors that are just as welcoming, useful and safe to pedestrians, cyclists, transit riders and people with disabilities as they are vehicles.”
A CRA is pending and at least three developers have plans in place, aiming to overhaul the industrial area for the better, jolting Hialeah’s economy. – Josh Baumgard
Published November 4, 2016 in Miami.Curbed.com.
Rendering Courtesy of PlusUrbia