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Interactive TSNDC Prezi

Aspirational plan for Arsht Center neighborhood

Town Square

on 15 November 2017

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To help create and sustain a vibrant and attractive urban setting to secure both the Arsht Center’s future and that of the surrounding community
With the help of the design and engineering partners, stakeholders and community input, TSNDC created a preliminary master plan featuring a desirable mix of elements for a vibrant and cohesive neighborhood development
Organized Public Spaces
Connectivity at Critical Scales
Balanced Local Densities
Dynamic Mix of Urban Use
Supporting Landmarks
Planning Principles and Guidelines
Press Coverage
Community Stakeholders’ Meeting
Stakeholders and Community
TSNDC was formed in 2010 and formalized in September 2011 with funding from a $300,000 grant from ArtPlace,
a national initiative in concert with private foundations, including the Knight Foundation, aimed at revitalizing America’s cities by making the arts the center of economic development.
Founding Chair
Armando Codina
CEO and Chairman Codina Partners
Manny Diaz
Dan Bell
Former City of Miami Mayor and Senior Partner at Lydecker Diaz
John J. Kennedy
Co-founder of Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.
Cesar Pelli
Senior principal at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
Principal at Pelli Clarke
Pelli Architects
Mitchell Hirsch
The aspirational plan outlines the elements necessary to help shape the area’s future and ensure that it evolves into a vibrant, thriving neighborhood making the arts the center of economic development
Area of Study
View of site: Looking West
Existing Conditions
View of site: Looking West
Existing Conditions with Miami World Center
View of site: Looking West
Existing Conditions with Espacio Group
View of site: Looking West
Existing Conditions with Genting Development
View of site: Looking West
Master plan with the chain of greens
View of site: Looking East
Existing Conditions with Espacio Group
View of site: Looking East
Master plan with the chain of greens
View of site: Looking East
Existing Conditions with Genting Development
View of site: Looking East
Existing Conditions
View of site: Looking East
Existing Conditions with Miami World Center
• Town squares for daily neighborhood character
• System for local connections
Maximize public open spaces
Micro connectivity
System of connecting corridors for pedestrians, bicycles and local transportation within precinct
Macro connectivity
Local networks link with regional systems
Neighborhood Fabric: Memorable Spaces and Objects
Miami 21 allowable density
Balancing local densities to help ensure the area's success
Growth of individual elements in a neighborhood can serve to reinforce its fabric
• Enhancing the existing cultural precinct
• Nurturing neighborhood qualities, desirable livable
Creating a dynamic mix of urban uses will help to create a 24/7 neighborhood with a mix of residential and commercial buildings to accommodate for the cultural hub envisioned
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
City of Miami Cemetary
Fire Station No. 2
Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science
Lyric Theater
Freedom Tower
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Women's Club
Trinity Church
Shrine Building
Resorts World Miami
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
Jorge M. Perez Art Mueum
American Airlines Arena
• Highlight historic beauty of existing landmarks
In mid-2009, leadership of the Adrienne Arsht Center, recognizing that its future and that of the surrounding neighborhood were intertwined, undertook a master planning effort to continue the Center’s positive impact on its downtown Miami neighborhood.

The Center firmly believes that its position as an increasingly important magnet for Miami’s cultural and social forces makes it the ideal driver of a good-faith, far-sighted perspective for a new urban district that is vital and inclusive.
TSNDC conducted a detailed master plan of its neighborhood. This aspirational blueprint is not a fixed prescription for the future. Rather, its goal is to put forth a long-term vision that evolves with the neighborhood and the input of community stakeholders, both public and private.
This master planning effort included consideration of transportation infrastructure, land use and urban planning codes set forth in Miami 21, and strategies for creating a walkable, livable area that encourages civic engagement.

In addition, the plan addressed the long-term impact of growth on the existing infrastructure, particularly in regards to traffic and parking.
The Town Square Neighborhood Development Corporation (TSNDC), an allied non-profit with an exclusive focus on the Center’s neighborhood agenda, was created to ensure that civic leadership guides this process.
Aaron Podhurst
Podhurst Orseck, P.A.

Nelson Adams, M.D
President & CEO
Metro-Miami OB/GYN Associates
Goldman Properties
Debra Scholl
Morada Ventures
Eric S. Woolworth
Business Operations
The HEAT Group
Vice Chair
Jessica Goldman-Srebnick

Alan Fein
Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson

Cesar Alvarez
Senior Chairman
Greenberg Traurig
Robert Kohan
Chairman Emeritus
Museum of Science
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