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7th Avenue

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the 7th Avenue Corridor and to create a more vibrant and commercially viable economy along this uniquely situtiated corridor adjacent to the I-95 highway.

Area Overview

7th Avenue Corridor CRA

The NW 7th Avenue Community Redevelopment Area boundary is generally defined as the area bounded on the North by 119th Street, on the South by the municipal boundary of the City of Miami, on the East by I-95 and the West by the properties bordering on NW 7th Avenue, and the area bounded by the City of Miami Gardens on the North, the City of North Miami on the South, on the West by the westernmost property lines of the parcels that abut the westerly right-of-way along NW 7th Avenue and on the East by Interstate I-95.

NW 7th Avenue CRA Business Corridor: Brand Name Challenge

 

 

 

 

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The Finding of Necessity study adopted by the County in designating this a CRA. 

Meetings

Annual Reports

7th Avenue Budget

7th Avenue Redevelopment Plan

Action Plan

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NW 79 St Corridor Community Redevelopment Area

Area Overview

79 Street Corridor Proposed CRAAn urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the NW 79 Street Corridor and to create a better place to live and work.

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79th Street Budget

Annual Reports

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City of Homestead Community Redevelopment

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the City of Homestead and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

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Area Overview

Homestead CRA MapThe City of Homestead Community Redevelopment Area is bounded by Redland Road on the West, US Highway 1 on the East, NW 9th Court on the North, and SW 8th (Lucy) street on the South. 

Learn more about community redevelopment and The Homestead CRA Redevelopment Plan. (1.53 MB)

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City of Miami Beach Community Redevelopment

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the The City of Miami Beach and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

Area Overview

MapThe City of Miami Beach - City Center District Community Redevelopment Area is generally described as being bounded on the East by the Atlantic Ocean, on the West by West Avenue, on the North by 24th Street, and South by 14th Lane. 

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City of Miami - Southeast Overtown/Park West - Community Redevelopment

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the City of Miami - Southeast Overtown/Park West area and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

Area Overview
The City of Miami - Southeast Overtown/Park West Addition is bounded on the East by Biscayne Boulevard, on the North by I-395, on the West by I-95 and on the South by NW 5th Street and then again by the Metro-rail on the West, NW 1st Street on the South and Miami Ave on the East, and then again NW 5th Street on the South.

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City of Miami - Southeast Overtown / Park West CRA

 

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City of Miami - Omni District - Community Redevelopment

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the City of Miami - Omni District and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

Area Overview

City of Miami - Omni DistrictThe City of Miami - Omni District Community Redevelopment is bounded by NE 20th from the Florida East Coast (FEC) Railway Tracks east to Biscayne Boulevard then southeast along NE 20th Terrace to the Bay (northern boundary). 

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Mid-town Miami Community Redevelopment

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the Mid-town Miami and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

Area Overview

Miami Mid TownThe Mid-town Miami Community Redevelopment Area is bounded by NE 36th Street on the north, NE 2nd Avenue on the east, NE 29th Street on the south and North Miami Avenue on the West.

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City of North Miami Community Redevelopment

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the City of North Miami and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

For information on the resolution declaring and approving the City of North Miami Community Redevelopment Agency click the links below.

Area Overview

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City of North MiamiThe City of North Miami Community Redevelopment is bounded on the West by the City boundary, on the East by Biscayne Boulevard, on the North by the City boundary, and to the South by the City boundary, a separate area from East of Biscayne Boulevard to the F.I.U. campus and an additional separate area generally between NE 123rd on the North, 18th Avenue on the West and the alley paralleling Sans Souci Boulevard on the South.

 

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City of North Miami Beach Community Redevelopment

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the City of North Miami Beach and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

For information on the resolution declaring and approving the City of North Miami Beach Community Redevelopment Agency click the links below.

Area Overview

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MapThe City of North Miami Beach Community Redevelopment is  the town center both to the north and the south of N.E.163rd Street  from N.E. 8th Avenue to Biscayne Boulevard.

 

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City of Opa-locka Community Redevelopment

On October 1, 2013 the Board of County Commissioners adopted resolution no R.795-13, and Ordinance no. O-13-94, approving the Redevelopment Plan, and establishing a Trust Fund, respectively for the Opa-Locka Community Redevelopment Area.

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the Opa-locka area and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

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City of South Miami Community Redevelopment

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the City of South Miami and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

Area Overview Map

The City of South Miami Community Redevelopment Area is bounded by S.W. 62nd Avenue on the West, SW 57th Avenue on the East, SW 62nd Street on the North, and SW. 72nd Avenue on the South.

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Request for Revenue Bond Approval and CRA Extension R#931-06

Original Redevelopment Plan

 

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Florida City Community Redevelopment

An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of  Florida City and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play. 

Area Overview

Florida City CRAThe Florida City Community Redevelopment Area is bounded by Redland Road on the West, State Road 821 and City of Florida City municipal limits on the East, NW 2nd Street and Lucy Street on the North, and SW 1st Street and Florida City municipal limits on the South.

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The Finding of Necessity Study 2008

 

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Naranja Lakes CRA & District

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A urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the Naranja Lakes area creating better neighborhoods  to live, work and play. 

Resolution approving the Naranja Lakes Community Redevelopment Agency Budget for Fiscal Year 2013-2014

The Finding of Necessity study adopted by the County in designating this a CRA can be seen in the attached.

The Redevelopment Plan adopted by the CRA and approved by the County for this area can be seen in the attached.

The primary redevelopment project is being implemented according to the following documents.

Annual Report

Budget

Naranja Lakes CRAWhat's new! Naranja Lakes is poised for new growth that may well be precedent-setting model for future neighborhoods in Miami-Dade County. The first step in this process is the new community of Mandarin Lakes under development on 212-acres of vacant property that is part of the Naranja Lakes Community Redevelopment Area.

A forward-looking,citizens-directed agency is tackling one of the most important economic development initiatives in South Miami-Dade,the rebirth and renewal of an area still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Andrew in 1992.

Mandarin Lakes

A traditional neighborhood development with 1,567 residential units, retail shops, commercial buildings, public squares and greens, a Village Center with an outdoor public amphitheatre and a childcare facility.

Naranja Lakes CRA

Naranja Lakes CRAOur nine-member board is appointed by the Board of County Commissioners to serve you. The Naranja Lakes community board oversees an area bounded by SW 288th Street on the south,  SW 268th Street and 1st Road on North, SW 137th Avenue and Florida Turnpike on the east, and Old Dixie Highway on west. 

Suggestions and ideas on how to further improve the Naranja Lakes community redevelopment area or to learn how you can become better involved in rebuilding your community, call 305-375-1537.

Community Policing Report 

 

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West Perrine Community Redevelopment

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An urban initiative to stimulate and guide the redevelopment of the West Perrine area and to create a better neighborhood to live, work and play.

The Finding of Necessity study and the Resolution Approving West Perine CRA adopted by the County in designating this CRA can be seen in the following file.

Meetings

Area Overview
West Perrine CRAThe West Perrine Community Redevelopment Area is bounded on the North by SW 168th Street, bounded on the East and Southeast by State Road 5(US-1), and bounded on the West and Southwest by the State Road 821 (The Homestead Extension of Florida's Turnpike).

Annual Reports

 

 

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