Walking Miami’s District Evolutions: Juan Mullerat co-leads NACTO walkshop

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05/10/2024
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On May 8 and 9, 2024, Miami played host to an enlightening walkshop titled “Metamorphosis of a District: How the Design District, Midtown, and Wynwood Emerged as Miami’s Preeminent Revitalization Experiments.” The event, part of the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) Conference, was led by urban planning experts Juan Mullerat, Graham Jones from the City of Miami, and Cesar Garcia-Pons of Garcia+Pons and Associates, LLC.

The walkshop offered attendees an in-depth look at the remarkable transformation of Miami’s former warehouse districts and railyards into bustling urban centers. Participants, including urban planners, architects, and city officials, explored how these areas have become some of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods.

The walkshop concluded with participants gaining a deeper understanding of how these districts exemplify successful urban revitalization. The Design District, Midtown, and Wynwood each tell a story of transformation through diverse strategies and collaborative efforts.

Big thanks to the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) team for having us, for co-leads Cesar and Graham, and for all the wonderful people involved in making the walkshops a resounding success.

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