Downtown

NoMi Connects


Where community, culture and commerce converge.

Downtown

NoMi Connects

Where community, culture and commerce converge.

Reimagining Downtown NoMi

The City of North Miami is breathing new life into our 9-acre downtown area to build a vibrant, active, and thriving city center for all of our residents, businesses, and visitors. Anchored by a new City Hall, expansion to the Police Station, expansion to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and parking garage(s), the multi-phase reimagining of Downtown NOMI aims to create an energized and walkable downtown area that will bring together community, culture, and commerce.

How Redevelopment Connects Us

Community

The Places that Connect Us

Improved access and efficiency in city government services, enhancement of public safety; housing; parking, green space, and walkability

Culture

The Experiences that Connect US

MOCA, arts, culinary, community events, a place for diverse cultures to gather and celebrate

Commerce

The Amenities that Connect Us

Retail, small business, growth of existing businesses, new commercial development, economic development, job creation

How Redevelopment Connects Us

Community

The Places that Connect Us

Improved access to and efficiency in city government services, enhancement of public safety; housing; parking, green space, and walkability

Culture

The Experiences that Connect US

MOCA, arts, culinary, community events, a place for diverse cultures to gather and celebrate

Commerce

The Amenities that Connect Us

Retail, small business, growth of existing businesses, new commercial development, economic development, job creation

How we will

Make Redevelopment Happen

Public Private Partnership (P3) Development Model

A Public Private Partnership is a contractual agreement between a public agency (federal, state, or local) and a private sector entity.

Project Location

The New City Hall and City Hall Parking Garage shall be located in the northwest quadrant of the intersection of NE 123rd Street and NE 8th Avenue.

Project Phases

Phase I includes the design, construction, financing, operations, and maintenance of a New City Hall and City Hall Garage.

RFP for Selecting a Developer

The City will be seeking Proposals from experienced and qualified Developers with the necessary resources, capacity, qualifications.

How we will

Make Redevelopment Happen

Public Private Partnership (P3) Development Model        

A Public Private Partnership is a contractual agreement between a public agency (federal, state, or local) and a private sector entity.

Project Location        

The New City Hall and City Hall Parking Garage shall be located in the northwest quadrant of the intersection of NE 123rd Street and NE 8th Avenue.

Project Phases        

Phase I includes the design, construction, financing, operations,
and maintenance of a New City Hall and City Hall Garage

RFP for Selecting a Developer        

The City will be seeking Proposals from experienced and
qualified Developers with the necessary resources, capacity, qualifications..

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A New Downtown NoMi

North Miami is embarking on an exciting endeavor to revitalize its downtown area and create a dynamic hub for everyone in the community through a Public Private Partnership (P3). Through this P3 initiative, the City would like to redevelop its existing properties and create a beautiful, vibrant, active, and thriving city center for our residents, businesses, and visitors which will bring together community, culture, and commerce.

Redevelopment combined for public and private uses with mixed-use real estate includes:

  • Revitalization of the Civic Complex (City Hall)

    and Police Station

  • Expansion to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

  • Development of A New Hotel

  • Minimum of 400 Ground-Floor Parking Spaces for Public and Commercial Use

  • Opportunities for Workforce Housing

Downtown NoMi Connects

Project Benefits:

  • Creates a energized, walkable, and active downtown area that will bring together community, culture, and commerce.

  • Temporary jobs during construction and future permanent jobs with new commercial development.

  • Additional revenue opportunities to the city, and NOMI businesses

  • Increase revenue opportunities to the small businesses in the downtown from more foot traffic.

  • New commercial development will attract new businesses to the downtown.

  • Potential additional housing opportunities.

  • Attract and retain talent with new amenities and programs while encouraging our young professionals to stay

A New Downtown NoMi

The City of North Miami is working to reimagine our 9-acre (384,451sqft) downtown area through a Public Private Partnership (P3). The City owns properties in the downtown area that are entitled to a maximum height allowance of 110 ft and 90 dwelling-units per acre that assumes approximately 790 residential units. Through this P3 initiative, the City would like to redevelop its existing properties and create a beautiful, vibrant, active, and thriving city center for our residents, businesses, and visitors which will bring together community, culture, and commerce.

Redevelopment combined for public and private uses with mixed-use real estate includes:

  • Revitalization of the Civic Complex (City Hall)

    and Police Station

  • Expansion to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

  • Development of A New Hotel

  • Minimum of 400 Ground-Floor Parking Spaces for Public and Commercial Use

  • Opportunities for Workforce Housing

Downtown NoMi Connects

Project Benefits:

  • Creates a energized, walkable, and active downtown area that will bring together community, culture, and commerce.

  • Temporary jobs during construction and future permanent jobs with new commercial development.

  • Additional revenue opportunities to the city, and NOMI businesses

  • Increase revenue opportunities to the small businesses in the downtown from more foot traffic.

  • New commercial development will attract new businesses to the downtown.

  • Potential additional housing opportunities.

  • Attract and retain talent with new amenities and programs while encouraging our young professionals to stay

Downtown NoMi Connects

Latest News

November 18, 2022

Florida – As part of the city of North Miami’s plans to advance to revitalize and redevelop a seFooterction of its downtown known as NoMi...

November 17, 2022

If all goes according to plan, North Miami residents can expect a newly developed...

November 16, 2022

North Miami will be a century old in less than four years, and according to those who work for the city, it shows...

Downtown NoMi Connects

Latest News

November 18, 2022

Florida – As part of the city of North Miami’s plans to advance to revitalize and redevelop a seFooterction of its downtown known as NoMi...

November 17, 2022

If all goes according to plan, North Miami residents can expect a newly developed...

November 16, 2022

North Miami will be a century old in less than four years, and according to those who work for the city, it shows...

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