The centerpiece will feature 333 000 square feet open green spaces with close proximity to public transportation, ferry terminals and the bay bridge.
Situated in an area that borders the historic center and the new waterfront district this urban design marries the two contexts, adapting to both their physical characteristics and programs.
The new metromover station will be a world class addition to showcase Miami’s commitment to improving public transport and to help combat climate change.
The station will provide a major new gateway for London serving local, national and international passengers.
Through the recognition of pedestrian crossing on top of the motorway, the current solution, oriented towards car traffic, is substituted by the natural tendency of prioritizing pedestrian and bicycle transportation, more sustainable and healthy.
The design is inspired by the restoration projects along the streams, as well as the continued development of bike and walking paths located next to city’s waterways.