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Midtown Miami

Kimley-Horn developed an urban mixed-use master plan and provided brownfield assessment and remediation design services for the Midtown Miami redevelopment.

This 56-acre brownfield is the largest redevelopment project in the City of Miami. Kimley-Horn worked with the architectural design team to develop a truly urban mixed-use master plan and provide brownfield assessment and remediation design services.

The design includes urban streetscapes, a linear park system, an urban plaza, and a series of vest pocket parks. Kimley-Horn authored streetscape design guidelines for the project and prepared a Justification Report to increase DRI thresholds. The firm also provided urban design, land use, landscape architecture, civil, utility, traffic and environmental engineering, and transportation planning services. To date, Kimley-Horn has also been the landscape architect and civil engineer of record for all private-sector developments within the project.

Project Awards:

  • 2009 Phoenix Award from the US EPA
  • First place in the 2004 Gold Coast Section of the American Outstanding Redevelopment Study