Little Havana Revitalization Master Plan
Miami, Florida
Project Type: Neighborhood Revitalization
Project Status: Ongoing
Site Area: 1,700 acres
Team: PlusUrbia Design + National Trust for Historic Preservation + Dade Heritage Trust + Urban Health Partnerships + Live Healthy Little Havana + City of Miami
Client: Health Foundation of South Florida

Exclusive local planning studio for partnership that will preserve the authenticity of Little Havana while creating design guidelines for proper growth and development and setting the stage for zoning recommendations.


The unprecedented project is in partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, which named Little Havana a “National Treasure.” The effort will also focus on healthy urban living, a goal of project partner Live Healthy Little Havana. Dade Heritage Trust also is a partner in this initiative to retain character, density, scale and affordability in Little Havana.


This is an outgrowth of PlusUrbia’s advocacy for a complete streets approach to the pending FDOT redesign of the Calle Ocho corridor (SW 7 and SW 8 streets between SW 27 and Brickell avenue). Images were created of a 21st century Calle Ocho with multimodal transportation alternatives such as dedicated bike and transit lanes, comfortable wide sidewalks and additional safe crosswalks in a vibrant urban setting.



Dade Heritage Trust 2017 Annual Preservation Award
City of Miami 2017 Proclamation


For more information on this project, please visit http://littlehavanameimporta.com/




Little Havana Revitalization Master Plan
Miami, Florida
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Little Havana Revitalization Master Plan
Miami, Florida
Project Type: Neighborhood Revitalization
Project Status: Ongoing
Site Area: 1,700 acres
Team: PlusUrbia Design + National Trust for Historic Preservation + Dade Heritage Trust + Urban Health Partnerships + Live Healthy Little Havana + City of Miami
Client: Health Foundation of South Florida

Exclusive local planning studio for partnership that will preserve the authenticity of Little Havana while creating design guidelines for proper growth and development and setting the stage for zoning recommendations.


The unprecedented project is in partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, which named Little Havana a “National Treasure.” The effort will also focus on healthy urban living, a goal of project partner Live Healthy Little Havana. Dade Heritage Trust also is a partner in this initiative to retain character, density, scale and affordability in Little Havana.


This is an outgrowth of PlusUrbia’s advocacy for a complete streets approach to the pending FDOT redesign of the Calle Ocho corridor (SW 7 and SW 8 streets between SW 27 and Brickell avenue). Images were created of a 21st century Calle Ocho with multimodal transportation alternatives such as dedicated bike and transit lanes, comfortable wide sidewalks and additional safe crosswalks in a vibrant urban setting.



Dade Heritage Trust 2017 Annual Preservation Award
City of Miami 2017 Proclamation


For more information on this project, please visit http://littlehavanameimporta.com/