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Palmer Lake Charrette Area Study
The area around Palmer Lake, east of Miami International Airport (MIA) and the Miami Intermodal Center (MIC), is centrally located within Miami-Dade County. While the this area has for many years been home to businesses related to the airport, with the opening of the MIC, many properties are now vacant and suitable for new uses. The Palmer Lake area is a desirable location for the future development of offices, hotels, meeting spaces, retail shops, residential development and light industrial uses serving airport and marine users.
This plan contains recommendations developed from the Palmer Lake Charrette, a process in which concerned property owners, area residents, business owners, and other stakeholders were invited, through a series of public meetings, to share their vision for the future of this area. Their ideas were further refined by planning staff and presented in the Palmer Lake Charrette Area Plan report. This document was adopted by resolution by the Board of County Commissioners on May 1, 2012.
The implementation of the plan’s recommendations is ongoing. As additional information becomes available, it will be provided here.
For more information, please call 305-375-2842.
Reports, Presentations & Maps
- Palmer Lake Charrette Area Plan Report (6.5 MB)
- Palmer Lake Charrette Work in Progress Presentation (6.2 MB)
- Study Area Maps (7 MB)
Steering Committee Meeting Agendas and Summaries
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