Miami Going Parking Free?

by Isaac Benmergui, Esq on June 7, 2013

TrafficResidential communities without parking, yet near public transportation are springing up across the country and the latest convert may be the city of Miami. This “transportation revolution” is being used to market residences close to public transportation.

Urban dwellers want and need choices in transportation that do not depend on hopping in a car and driving. These are people that are used to being on the move and want to get somewhere quickly without having to do the driving themselves. To that end, Newgard Development Group will soon begin construction of Centro in downtown Miami, which will be marketed using its wealth of transportation choices for future residents. Centro will be located in the heart of downtown Miami, a few blocks away from premium transit, and the developer has partnered with a local car-share service that stops at building’s doorstep. Additionally, Centro’s plans include a bike share program for its residents.

The building will still offer some parking, but the emphasis remains on alternate transportation choices.

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