Magic City Special Area Plan Set For Vote Today

Magic City Innovation District’s Special Area Plan is scheduled for a hearing today.

The developers are proposing to build a walkable campus, with:

  • 2,630 residential units
  • 1,987,686 square feet of office
  • 101,669 of expo space
  • 432 hotel rooms
  • 344,538 square feet of retail
  • 6,081 parking spaces in garages

In total, 17 buildings with the tallest at 24 stories are planned, spanning six city blocks.

Leasing is already underway for the first phase, which includes renovating warehouses to provide 200,000 square feet of commercial space. Renovation is already underway, with occupancy in September 2018.

The second phase of the project will include the Forest of Curiosities park created in partnership with Lune Rouge, the Montreal-based enterprise founded by Cirque de Soleil founder, Guy Laliberté. The park promotes innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship and will have a central role in the curation and creative direction of Magic City’s arts and entertainment venues.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

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Anonymous

6,000 parking spaces next to train tracks and the number 3 bus route.

Anonymous

Winning!

Miami1

Not enough parking…

Anonymous

Too much parking…

No parking yet

There are 40 parking spaces now. There MIGHT be 1,000+ parkings spaces in 10 years. Maybe?

No Parking Now

There are almost zero parking spots now. Maybe? Maybe there will be several hundred spots in 8-10 years?

Anonymous

YES!!!!!!!!!
BUILD IT. DON’T LET THE ELVIS CRUZ AND HIS GANG OF UPPER EAST SIDE FAUX ACTIVISTS INTIMIDATE THE REST OF THE COMMUNITY!!!

Anonymous

stfu. can you please get off this racist shtick of yours.

Anonymous

I don’t talk about little Haiti real activists, you moron, I’m talking the gated neighborhoods east of Biscayne Boulevard, they fight everything that will keep Miami from growing.

Anonymous

“Little Haiti real activists,” i.e. the other side of the anti-development coin.

Suomynona

That wasn’t racist.

Anonymous

Everything is racist, the left has waterdown the name.

Anonymous

Yeah, just like the right label “Black Lives Matter” a hate group. You guys love to equate something to what you really are.

Anonymous

They’re a hate group and have attack innocent people burned buildings. What bubble to you live in where they are the good guys ?

Anonymous

Please, quit making up stuff, you’re thinking about what your buddies did in Charlottesville.

Anonymous

Yeah, after Antifa’s “counterprotest” of rioting and physically attacking people.

Anonymous

I have to step in here and clarify for you idiots. Black lives matter is NOT a hate group. It is a group formed by black people who feel that the criminal justice system defends Rouge police officers who patrol their neighborhoods with the sole intent of provoking police/citizen altercations resulting in the deaths of many innocent people in the name of law enforcement. Funny how they do not patrol white neighborhoods with the same voracity as they do black neighborhoods. The term Black lives matter does not imply that the lives of others does not matter. It the term was coined to reinforce the fact that their

Anonymous

Continued: the term was coined to reinforce the fact that their lives matter, the same as any other life. Black lives matter work to bring about change within police departments, court systems, judges etc.

Suomynona

I am part of the left, bub. So try again.

Anonymous

I wish Cruz would stick to efforts in preserving legitimate pre-war neighborhoods and properties east of the FEC tracks. Him and NIMBYs already got MiMo, AKA a bunch of glorified, autocentric, post-war motels protected so decent tallish buildings can’t be built, so what else do they want? More historic designation of 1940s, 50s, and 60s houses where you can’t even replace a door without taking up HPB’s time?

Anonymous

Everything is up for vote today in the county and City

Anonymous

City has approved.

Suomynona

Thanks. Ridiculous this site didn’t update to say what the vote was.

Anonymous

Looks good! Along we Eastside Ridge, we need these catalysts to ignite the flame of revitalization of Lemon City!

Lemon City

Lemon City deserves better than 2-3 badly planned projects.

Anonymous

Please, you are welcome to propose your own project. Criticizing is easy.

Kill Eastside Ridge

Eastside Ridge should DEFINITELY get denied.

No To Eastside Ridge.

Eastside Ridge is a mess. Terribly planned. A definite FAIL.

Anonymous

did the city council approve the special area plan?

Not final yet

No.

Anonymous

I really like the group behind this project. They really seem to care about the folks in that community

Anonymous

hahahaha Good one!

Miami Realist

Nice.! I hope it gets approved and built. Little Haiti needs lots of improvement, it look’s more of a third world country when you pass by there.I’m glad gentrification is happening all over Miami. Especially in all the ghetto area of Miami, its good that all the scums are being push out.

Anonymous

Is 62nd St still filled with prostitutes at night? Does sex work fall under the “restricted commercial” zoning?

Anonymous

They are moving back to Biscayne Blvd.
I rather deal with the prostitutes than with any Morningside Civic Association pro-segregation member.
We pay taxes so they can live in a segregated neighborhood.

Anonymous

Yeah, except prostitution is also attached to organized crime and drugs, smartass.

Anonymous

I still prefer them that the Morningside racists hypocrites.

Anonymous

You’re a bastard. I bet you go around snagging little young boys. You faggot.

Anonymous

Was your message sponsored by the Morningside Pro Segregation Civic Association or the Keep the Minorities West of the Tracks MorningSide Association?

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