1 Million Square Feet Of Residential At Station, But Majority Commercial Space

All Aboard Florida’s mixed-use Miami station will have a 1 million-square-foot residential component, but the majority of the 3 million-square-foot project will be built as commercial and office use:

About the Station

  •  All Aboard Florida’s Miami station will serve as its primary, multimodal hub and a true “live-work-play-commute” urban environment
  • From downtown Miami, the new express passenger rail service will transport travelers to Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Central Florida
  • The station and surrounding transit-oriented development will encompass nearly three million square feet and span two sites:
  •  A nine-acre transportation hub in downtown Miami just east of Miami-Dade County Hall – to include mixed-use development with residential, office, commercial, and a retail concourse
  • A two-acre multi-use complex in Historic Overtown at the corner of NW 2 nd Avenue and NW 6 th Street – to include mixed-use development with retail, commercial and parking to support and enhance the transportation hub


  • Terminal to feature a mix of premiere and unique dining options, shopping, and entertainment:
  • Approximately 2 million square feet dedicated to office/commercial development
  • Approximately 1 million square feet dedicated to residential space
  • Adequate parking space allocated to support the development


  • Station to serve as a transportation gateway, iconic destination, and a landmark terminal and symbol of 21 st -century Miami


  • A modern epicenter, station design elements include:
  • Passenger rail system elevated 50 feet to align with existing public transportation systems
  • Retail spaces beneath the soaring tracks
  • At ground level, thru street remains open to traffic and allowing for an atmosphere of walkability


  •  All Aboard Florida’s Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach stations are designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM), one of the leading architecture, interior design, engineering, and urban‐planning firms in the world


Video of station unveiling

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