North Miami preparing P3 procurement for NoMi redevelopment
Florida – As part of the city of North Miami’s plans to advance to revitalize and redevelop a section of its downtown known as NoMi, the city and its Community Redevelopment Agency are preparing a request for proposals (RFP) for a public-private partnership (P3).
NoMi Downtown rendering
The city owns several sites that total 384,451 square feet and provide the opportunity for private development that will help create a walkable, mixed-use downtown, which is a priority of the North Miami Community Redevelopment Plan and the Downtown Master Plan.
North Miami’s Community Redevelopment Agency recently authorized tax abatements for a new $86 million 384-unit workforce housing development as part of a revitalization effort anchored by the Museum of Contemporary Art and a city facility housing a new city hall and police station headquarters.
The city is preparing an updated space needs analysis for the city operations that will be housed in the new facility. This can be developed as a standalone structure of a minimum of 80,000 square feet. The new city hall structure will include office and customer service space, state-of-the-art public meeting space including a new council chamber, public art, parking, and a new police station with a separate entrance.