Final Vote On $5 Billion Funding For Miami International Airport Expansion Set For Next Week

Miami-Dade commissioners are set to vote next week on issuing $5 billion in bonds for renovation and expansion of Miami International Airport.

Commissioners voted unanimously earlier this month to approve the bonds, and a second and final reading is scheduled for March 17.

Around $1 billion will cover projects that are already underway, with the remaining $4 billion to cover projects between 2020 and 2036.

The Central Terminal will see the biggest changes, including demolition and rebuild of Concourses F and G. There will also be a new check in area, and even the curbside and exterior will be rebuilt.

In the North Terminal, four new widebody gates will be added by reconfiguring space. The regional gates at D60 will also be expanded and rebuilt.

The South Terminal will be expanded with several new gates and a new retail area.

The funding and plans will be structured to allow the airport to speed up or slow down the expansion based on any rise or fall in demand.

Here’s a full list of what is being funded at MIA from 2020 through 2036. The total value reaches $4,015,563,000 when including work at other county airports like Opa Locka:

  • MIA North Terminal Gate Optimization Phase l
  • MIA Concourse “D” West Expansion — D60
  • MIA North Terminal Ramp Level Restrooms
  • MIA Central Terminal Redevelopment Phase 1
  • MIA Central Terminal Redevelopment Phase 2
  • MIA New CC F Enabling Up—gauge and Down-gauge Project
  • MIA New Concourse “F”
  • MIA Concourse F New Apron Phase 1 and Phase 2
  • MIA Concourse F Demo Phase 1- Headhouse Demo and New Hardstand Area
  • MIA Concourse F Demo Phase 2 — CC_F Pier Demo and New Apron Phase 3
  • MIA Lower Concomse E FIS Renovations ~ Phase 2
  • MIA Central Terminal Upper Drive Facade and Curbside
  • MIA Concourse “G” Demolition
  • MIA Concourse “E” and “F” Taxi Lane and Apron Rehabilitation
  • MIA South Terminal Apron and Utilities Relocation Phase 1
  • MIA South Terminal Expansion East (New Gates) Phase 1
  • MIA South Terminal Apron Enabling — Demolition of Building 3050
  • MIA South Terminal Centralized Checkpoint
  • MIA Concourse “H” – Glazing, Curtain Wall Assessment and Corrective Action
  • MIA Terminal Wide Re-roofing and Lightning Systems Upgrades
  • MIA North and Central Terminal Passenger Loading Bridges Phase 2
  • MIA Tenant Relocations
  • MIA Vehicle Fueling and Car Wash Facility
  • MIA Demolition Building 3039 and Fuel
  • MIA Temporary South Terminal GSE Facility & 20th Street modification AOA
  • MIA Demolition Building 703 and 703A
  • MIA Demolition Building 703 Environmental Assessment and Remediation
  • MIA Building 5A Tenant Relocation
  • MIA Building 702 Apron & Airside Improvements
  • MIA GSE Facility for North Terminal
  • MIA Demolition Building 5A
  • MIA Building 702 Expansion
  • MIA Demolition Building 704
  • MIA Consolidated Cargo Fumigation Facility
  • MIA West Cargo Truck Parking
  • Land Acquisition
  • MIA Runway 9-27 Rehabilitation
  • MIA Perimeter Road Bridge
  • MIA NW 37th Avenue Improvements
  • MIA New Hotels
  • MIA Fuel Storage Facility Expansion (Tank No. l)
  • MIA Fuel Storage Facility Expansion (Building and Tank No.2)
  • MIA Runway Incursion Mitigation (RIM) Hot Spot 5 (Corral area)

 

 

Central terminal rebuild:

 

North Terminal expansion:

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Anonymous

Make updates, you all act like you can’t work from home.

Anonymous

Not too much to update these days…

Anonymous

They’re alot because construction hasn’t stopped and some projects are getting funding thus they will start soon.

Anonymous

how about the update of this airport expansion vote

Anonymous

The real deal has updates daily…come one TNM we liked you better. No excuse.

Anonymous

even on saturdays

Anonymous

Real Deal now charges $$$ after a few articles. TNM is Free 😉

Anonymous

TNM editors traditionally post while attending techno raves in Wuhan. They had to stop.

POLO

Let’s do our own reporting. 830 Brickell has installed two cranes on site!

Anonymous

Recently had mat foundation pour as well. Another huge step toward going vertical.

Anonymous

Also the MLS stadium submitted their SAP proposal but the zoning department recently said the city shouldn’t approve any new SAPs this year.

Anonymous

Also the ferris wheel in Bayfront is up

Anonymous

Also a new development is approved and starting contribution in Allapattah. Called Allapattah 14.

Anonymous

Also Southland Mall in Cutler Bay may shut down

Anonymous

Also Crescent Heights had a set back in getting a waver to close an ally.

Anonymous

Also Rail 71 is back on sale

Anonymous

also Virgin trains wants stops in Wynwood, Design District, El Portal, North Miami, FIU Biscayne….. and soooooooooo much more but y’all get the idea…

Anonymous

TNM IS DEAD WHAT THE HELL!!!!

Anonymous

Update: Mana has still done nothing with his properties

Anonymous

Why would he start in this environment?
If he didn’t start before, he’s smart to hold off now.
Especially with all the brilliant people of this country who want to abolish and/or defund the police. Imagine the fortresses that would need to be built if that were to happen. We’d go back to the Middle Ages and build fortresses with moats with their own defense mechanism.

Anonymous

Read up on what defunding means before you pull things out of your ass.

Anonymous

It means diverting police funding to social welfare programs. More free shit with less criminal arrests. Meanwhile, social workers armed with teddy bears will be responding to assault calls. It’s a win win for the criminal degenerates. Read up on it your damn self. This is what is really wanted.

Anonymous

youre the one ignoring how dangerous criminals are and just want them to be hugged

Anonymous

alot of these people also whine about urban sprawl but the further suburbs will be booming again and the ubran cores of cities still suffer again after this defund movement.

Anonymous

Hey TNM, it is time to start this Journal again. Life goes on, and Covid-19 is affecting all aspects of the real estate industry. Please start this Journal again who I have enjoyed reading and blogging. You won’t have a Journal left as everyone will forget about you. Life needs to continue and so does real estate journalism. More so now than ever before. New issues with respect to real estate and how this pandemic is affecting real estate, travel etc.
Thanks for your past journalism and web site, and I hope you start up soon.
Stay safe.

Anonymous

such a joke how they cant update this site.

Anonymous

Meanwhile their competition are making daily updates, construction hasn’t stopped and alot of projects are rising quick. Others are getting funding meaning theyre going vertical soon. This website has got lazier throughout the years.

Anonymous

I don’t get it either…… seems like the kind of site one could update from their toilet seat. How did social distancing put website updates on hold while construction work continues?

Anonymous

Can you at least give an update on the update?

– When do you plan to go back live?
– Do you plan to go back live? –
– What should we expect?
– Should we give up checking and consider this site dead?

Anonymous

????

Anonymous

LMAO that is when we will have a recovery overall when that extra $600 a week runs out.

Anonymous

If we only got an update though. Like, what’s going on? Is this site dead or just in a coma? That would help.

Anonymous

Anybody know of a similar competitor blog since TNM doesn’t have laptops to work from home in 2020 ????

Anonymous

they took down my comment of me giving you the other sites, funny how they cant post but still monitor comments. I think I will stick to the other sites now.

Anonymous

I thought you took it down because I told you it cost $15 a month or $150 a year which is ridiculous anyways. TNM is dead but atleast I didn’t pay $150 for it to be dead

Anonymous

They’re other ways around it and there is another site which is totally free

Anonymous

What is it??

Anonymous

A few updates is that Link at Douglas 1 is about to top off and Link at Douglas 2 is getting ready to go vertical. Genting proposed a $700million transit system going to South Beach. Una is doing site work, 830 Brickell is going vertical. Related Group brought a lot in Wynwood for $18 million. A huge mix use project is breaking ground in Aventura. Construction has stopped at Royal Caribbean Head Quarters due to COVID 19. Gateway at Wynwood is going vertical. The Boulevard Apartment building on Federal is going to be topping off soon. Missoni is still going vertical. There is more going on as well.

Anonymous

I get to watch the gateway out of my window

Anonymous

Nice. I follow one of the guys that works there on IG and they seem to be moving along nicely

Anonymous

It’s imo going to be a nice looking building

Anonymous

Heres a update everyone, Melos 5th st twin tower already has one tower that is 7 stories up. The office building on 29st and north miami ave is also completed with foundation work.

Anonymous

Looking at Downtown 5th gives me coronavirus.

Anonymous

Is this site dead???????????????

Anonymous

The Dead Miami

Anonymous

Ya’ll so dramatic. It’s a website and you can’t update it with info? If you can’t work from home for an online business I don’t know for what business you can. What a total disappointment.

Anonymous

GIVE US UPDATES????????????????????????

Anonymous

Another day another no update

Anonymous G

Amazon has won approval to build a massive facility in South Miami Dade near Homestead. They are paying $22.1 milliom for the vacant lot and will invest $80 million in the facility.

Anonymous

I wish they came to downtown. What’s going on with the Innovation Center?

Anonymous G

Cheaper to get a lot of that size they want down in Homestead. No clue no new news.

POLO

So they are planning to demolish Concourse F and rebuild, instead of remodel? Also, they should demolish the headhouse in Concourse H to match the rest of the councourse.

Anonymous

Can’t do web updates from home dafuq

TNM = THESE NUTS MIAMI

Anonymous

81 days and counting.

Anonymous

82 days and counting.

Anonymous

83 and counting

Anonymous

84 days and counting

Anonymous

85 days and counting

Anonymous

111 days and counting

Anonymous

Lockdown is over

Anonymous

I believe the lockdown is pretty much over.. LOT’S to update !

Anonymous

When TNM’s biggest update in months is changing the words “following the coronavirus lockdown” to “late Summer.” Hey an update is an update.

Anonymous

How about an entirely new central terminal?

Anonymous

By the time it’s complete, it will be relatively even more outdated. Say what you want about the current one, but it aged pretty well for a sixty-one-year-old building. If there’s any modern architecture worth saving in Miami, it’s Central Terminal, not some seedy motels to prevent high-rise redevelopment.

Anonymous

They shut down The Next Miami due to corona virus but MIA is letting in international flights with corona virus carriers on daily still

Anonymous

Still no updates wtf

Anonymous

Everything is reopening. You guys can go back to posting. Even Miami Beach voted to reopen hotels and beaches so you guys should be able to continue to post.

Anonymous

It’s a good start, but LaGuardia is getting a complete overhaul with emphasis on design and efficiency for only 4 billion. Finger terminals are very dated and need to be replaced. I feel like we can do better with 5 billion

William

The total is 8 but I still agree with your overall point.

Anonymous

LaGuardia is a much smaller airport/

Anonymous

LGA is anything but efficient, and the rebuilding was a pet project of corrupt politicians. It doesn’t even fix the main problem that the runways are too short for new aircraft. The competent thing that should have been done was close and sell or lease the land to developers, and expand JFK and Newark as they absorb services.

Anonymous

Like most US airports, pathetically poor designs, no infrastructure, I mean think of it this way, Dulles is the most important international airport in the US capital and it has no mass transit connectivity.
It’s embarrassing…

Anonymous

The DC metro silver line is being extended and will soon be providing service to Dulles Airport.

Anonymous

Correct ^

Anonymous

Go back

Anonymous

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Anonymous

Did the owners of TNM have a heart attack and got paralyzed. If not allow Public to publish posts and pics instead of just comments. We will all rise to the occasion and keep this going.

Anonymous

Someone is moderating the comments. That means there is life out there. Here is my suggestion: open the blog for posting pics and articles by members and not just the admin. Since someone is out there filtering the comments, they can delete posts they think are not appropriate or not in their interest. At least we can keep this going.

Anonymous

Update, the lot where Wynwood Yard use to be just got funding for the apartment that will be built there.