OMNI MAeD
Miami, Florida

MEDIA + ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT


Project Type: Planning, Zoning & Urban Design
Project Status: Completed
Site Area: 16 acres
Team: PlusUrbia Design
Client: OMNI CRA


The Miami Arts and Entertainment District (MAeD) is an urban mixed-use neighborhood within the OMNI CRA, located just north of Downtown Miami.   The MAeD part of the OMNI CRA is where art, events, restaurants and technology converge as a new economic hub for South Florida.


PlusUrbia completed a pedestrian and zoning study to predict potential build-out, tempered by height limitations to protect the scale of historic buildings on key block of North Miami Avenue. A related study created walkable complete streets with streetscapes to support sidewalk cafes and other vibrant urban activity.


The MAeD district is bounded by NE 24th Street to the north, I-395 Interstate to the south, the Florida East Coast [FEC] Railway/NE 2nd Avenue to the west, and Biscayne Bay to the east. It is immediately west of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Art and surrounding development.




OMNI MAeD
Miami, Florida
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OMNI MAeD
Miami, Florida

MEDIA + ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT


Project Type: Planning, Zoning & Urban Design
Project Status: Completed
Site Area: 16 acres
Team: PlusUrbia Design
Client: OMNI CRA


The Miami Arts and Entertainment District (MAeD) is an urban mixed-use neighborhood within the OMNI CRA, located just north of Downtown Miami.   The MAeD part of the OMNI CRA is where art, events, restaurants and technology converge as a new economic hub for South Florida.


PlusUrbia completed a pedestrian and zoning study to predict potential build-out, tempered by height limitations to protect the scale of historic buildings on key block of North Miami Avenue. A related study created walkable complete streets with streetscapes to support sidewalk cafes and other vibrant urban activity.


The MAeD district is bounded by NE 24th Street to the north, I-395 Interstate to the south, the Florida East Coast [FEC] Railway/NE 2nd Avenue to the west, and Biscayne Bay to the east. It is immediately west of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Art and surrounding development.