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2009 Cra Redevelopment Plan

2009 Cra Redevelopment Plan

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NOVEMBER 2004 by Dover Kohl & PartnersFINAL UPDATE MAY 2009 by the City of Miami Planning Department(Ver. 2.1)
  Table of Contents for the
Southeast Overtown/Park West
Community Redevelopment Plan
November 2004Final Updated May 2009
Section ONE
Page 222Page 3Page 55Page 66Page 7Page 9
 This Document
 Topics Frequently Asked from Neighborhood Stakeholders
Historical Context
Century Context
 The Potential: A Livable City 
History of the CRA
Revised Boundaries
Revisions from the Original CRA Redevelopment Plan
Findings of Necessity 
New Legal Description
Section TWO
Page 11Page 13
Goals and Guiding Principles
Redevelopment Goals#1 Preserving Historic Buildings & Community Heritage#2 Expanding the Tax Base using Smart Growth Principles#3 Housing: Infill, Diversity, & Retaining Affordability #4 Creating Jobs within the Community #5 Promotion & Marketing of the Community #6 Improving the Quality of Life for Residents
Guiding Principles 1.
 The community as a whole has to be livable. Land uses and transportation systems must becoordinated with each other.2.
 The neighborhood has to retain access to affordable housing even as the neighborhoodbecomes more desirable to households with greater means.3.
 There must be variety in housing options.
Section TWO (continued)
 There must be variety in job options.5.
 Walking within the neighborhood must be accessible, safe, and pleasant.6.
Local cultural events, institutions, and businesses are to be promoted.7.
 The City and County must provide access to small parks and green spaces of an urbancharacter.8.
Older buildings that embody the area’s cultural past should be restored.9.
Newer buildings must respond to our climate and reflect the community’s cultural heritage10.
Streets and buildings must be attractive.11.
 Twenty-four-hour environments are to be encouraged.12.
Identifiable neighborhood centers are to be established in a distributed pattern withinOvertown and Park West.13.
 The zoning and other development regulations must be reworked to yield the resultsenvisioned in this Redevelopment Plan.14.
Restore a sense of community and unify the area culturally.
Section THREE
Page 19Page 21Page 22Page 23Page 25Page 27Page 39Page 40
 The Build-out Plan
Conceptual Plan Diagram 
Land Uses & Residential Units
Hypothetical Build-out Plan 
Publicly Owned Land for Public Improvements
Open Spaces: Parks, Plazas, and Green Spaces
 Transportation System: Mobility and Access
Reestablishing the Traditional Urban Network of Streets
Pedestrian Friendly Street Improvements
Promoting the Return of Two-way Streets
Rail and Transit Routes
Key Ideas from the Miami at Midnight Report
Providing and Retaining On-street Parking 
Off-street Parking 
Land Development Regulations
 Adherence to Local Land Development Regulations
Revisions to the City’s Zoning and Land Development Regulations
Physical Plan

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