The Tenth Street/Promenade Metromover station in Brickell could be getting a renovation.
The developer of 1010 Brickell, the recently completed 50-story condo tower, wants an easement on station property that will allow pedestrians to access the building, with walkways and ramps connecting the development to the station. A utilities easement is also proposed.
In exchange, the developer is proposing to spend $764,780 renovating the station.
Existing planters, benches, and concrete monuments would be demolished. New landscaping, signage, handrails, and bicycle racks would be added. Other improvements include modiﬁcation and reconfiguration of the station entrance, reconﬁguration of existing fence and gates, relocation of automatic passenger counters, pressure cleaning and painting of ground ﬂoor and concrete structures, restoration of elevator cab and door, installation of new LED lights and fan inside elevator, and a one-time cleaning and maintenance of escalator.
Dade commissioners have a committee meeting tomorrow where they are scheduled to vote on the deal.