Report Summary: The panel’s recommendations start at a high level, with recommendations on vision and leadership. Additional big-picture ideas address environment, sustainability, and resilience for the study areas, as well as the potential to transform automobile-oriented corridors into active, 15-minute walkable community hubs. Later sections in the report on infrastructure, transportation, and housing deliver specific recommendations for the area as a whole, as well as for the Folsom CBD and the North Watt Avenue corridors.
The City of Miami is facing both an affordability and housing availability crisis. While tens of thousands of units are currently under construction, most are homogenous in housing type and location: luxury or market rate multifamily and condominiums...
The Net Zero Exchange is a scheduled series of meetings to facilitate conversations and dialogues between ULI members, District Council staff, other global experts, and HQ staff. This is intended to help promote the most innovative and/or effective b...